Sorry, no definitions found.
“•Safe School Ambassadors is a program created by the non-profit Community Matters in 2000.”
“Chamberlains came in to him and, kissing the ground before him, said, O King there be come Ambassadors from the King of”
“In my talks in Paris, as well as in my conversations at Geneva with Ambassadors from a number of countries, I stressed the importance Canada attaches to the successful outcome of these negotiations and urged that all these countries negotiate purposefully to that end.”
“What is the reason for this hasty meeting with the Latin American Ambassadors?”
“This was used in 1488, when certain English Ambassadors were entertained.”
“The King and Queen went down to lay the corner stone of the new King College in Rosebery, and going out of my office door with one of the European Ambassadors from a very important country, we stopped to look at the little pageant.”
“To say nothing of seeing some superstar bloggers, like Roba Assi, roaming around the conference, blogging the event as official Arab Net "Ambassadors" - perhaps outnumbering mainstream media.”
“Next week Montaigne madness continues with: “One is Punished for Stubbornly Defending a Fort Without Good Reason,” “On Punishing Cowardice,” and “The Doings of Certain Ambassadors””
“To overcome this, the humans have cloned sets of twins, known as Ambassadors, who are able to communicate and trade effectively.”
“With two other local women, she formed a volunteer group called the Ambassadors to welcome those visitors and answer their questions.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Ambassadors’.
Looking for tweets for Ambassadors.