Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- We asked William Diamond, pre-eminent expert in international taxation, for his picks.
- The Taj Mahal, in spite of its pre-eminent position in our heritage hierarchy, has not escaped this fate either.
- He's the world's pre-eminent expert on psychopathy and a regular advisor to the FBI.
- The two pre-eminent experts at giving directions are my flatmate Mike and my father.
- It enjoyed a pre-eminent importance within the context of the federal building program in Dawson.
- Yet the long history of the Bank and its pre-eminent position in the City of London meant that its views had an authority and weight belied by the legal position.
- Latterly, he became the pre-eminent expert on Egyptian inscriptions.
- Robert Parker, the pre-eminent American, falls into this group of experts.
- I questioned a prominent economist from one of the country's pre-eminent economic institutions.
- Next year the Times Literary Supplement, the pre-eminent British literary periodical, is 100 years old.
- One of the pre-eminent landscape architects of her day, Gertrude Jekyll, did the landscaping side of the work.
- Since the 18th century, the Orange Order has been the pre-eminent social and political forum for Protestants.
- Margery Allingham is pre-eminent among the writers who brought the detective story to maturity in the decades between the two world wars.
- Robert Blatchford, a former North Yorkshire policeman, is now one of the region's pre-eminent genealogists.
- Scott Joplin is regarded as the pre-eminent composer of ragtime compositions.