He thought it would make people mad, and his preference was to be preeminent in news.
Chicago's preeminent crime novelist on how the Illinois governor can defend himself—and why bribery cases are so hard to prove.
Our preeminent mistake is failing to bring the occupation of the Palestinian territories to an end.
She quickly turned it into the preeminent, cutting-edge facility in the field, serving celebrities and blue-collar workers alike.
It is interesting that, for a lot of people, one of the preeminent voices of reason on finance is a writer for a music magazine.
In this poem (full of beauties) there are two passages of preeminent merit.
The children of believers are the subjects of preeminent privileges and blessings.
But Cézanne, judged either as a theorist or as an achiever, is the preeminent figure in modern art.
This form of tribute to humanity is preeminent in the books of the prophets.
The kings charters, the kings privileges, have been the only books; they are still books in a preeminent sense.