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top priority

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtop prioritytop prioritythe thing that you think is most important Education is this government’s top priority. top
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top priorityMr Hattersley, in Darlington to meet Labour's northern candidates, said he would make extra police manpower a top priority.Safety will be a top priority.To keep campaign pledges to make education his top priority, Clinton wants two new middle-class tax breaks for college tuition.This was and remains a top priority for all businesses.Disability aside, one of her top priorities is to be a role model and mentor to aspiring radiologists.President Clinton has deemed education the top priority of his second term, and his budget reflects it.At that time both parties were clearly giving top priority to defence.And he showed he means to make goals a top priority with the £400,000 move for Rangers livewire front man Spencer.
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