at the top of the/(one's) agenda

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at the top of the/(one's) agenda

Prioritized as the most important thing to discuss or address. Yes, the new dress code is at the top of my agenda to discuss with the principal. What do you think is at the top of the agenda for today's meeting?
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The Prime Minister has put housing at the top of his agenda since he came to office, pledging to build three million new homes by 2020, mainly on previously developed brownfield sites.
The Prime Minister put housing at the top of his agenda when he came to office, pledging to build three million new homes by 2020, mainly on previously developed brownfield sites.
ROY JONES has placed a rematch with the newly un-retired Bernard Hopkins at the top of his agenda as he seeks to re-ignite his flagging career.
During his mayoral campaign early in the year, Villaraigosa made it clear that school reform would be at the top of his agenda, despite the fact that the city has no authority over how the school district is run.
I know he will put the aspirations of all the Walton residents at the top of his agenda.
The Danish business sector reportedly hopes that Jose Manuel Durao Barroso, the newly appointed chairman of the European Commission, would put European competitive ability at the top of his agenda.
The Prime Minister yesterday pledged to keep the retention of duty-free shopping at the top of his agenda as he heard how 5,000 jobs would be under threat in Kent if it was scrapped.
Bruce has always been a forward-looking, focused individual who put shareholder value at the top of his agenda.
NOW that Gray Davis has been inaugurated and has placed education at the top of his agenda, leaders of some of the teachers unions that helped get him elected governor are trying to cash in their chips.
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