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premier, premiere

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Premier is both a noun and an adjective associated with the highest status or rank.

Premiere can be used as a noun or a verb, both having to do with the first public performance of a movie or a play.

Example: The premiere of the political play was attended by many governmental officials including the Premier and was perhaps the premier social and political event of the year.

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