As long as the United States was the economic primus inter pares, those arguments were hard to gainsay.
As soon as he arrived primus laid siege to the heart of William John, captured it in six hours, and demoralized it in twenty-four.
They caught no one but primus, who felt safe and didn't hide.
But the primus stove roared so loudly that it was useless to try to talk above it.
The primus hummed and hissed, and the pemmican-pot bubbled and spurted.
Murphy put in a miserable hour over the primus melting snow.
We had brought up with us some primus stoves and spirit lamps.
Name a diminutive of primus, from the flowering of the true Primrose in early spring.
We had a cold lunch with nothing to drink, so that the primus should not raise the temperature.
Far more true, and more just to the grandeur of man, it would have been to say—primus in orbe deos fecit sensus infiniti.