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Example sentences for exchequer

It extends also to everything regarding the management of the exchequer, and the expenses of public administration.
Rob me the exchequer the first thing thou dost, and do it with unwashed hands too.
But tens of thousands of youngsters have been denied the chance because the exchequer cannot afford it.
The lecture was cancelled when the chancellor of the exchequer decided that this was too much excitement for one day.
In power, the chancellor of the exchequer has often found it a handy way to get bad news out of the way before the spring budget.
But the longer-run trend looks bad for the exchequer.

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