- n. Plural form of ambassador.
“The EU was among the first to be ´harassed´ by the Eritrean regime back in 2001 when the dean of EU ambassadors, Italy´s Antonio Bandini, was expelled from Asmara following a mild EU ambassadors´ protest against human rights violations in Eritrea.”
“KHARTOUM, Sudan — Strident words between leaders in Sudan are ramping up tensions in Africa's largest country ahead of a vote on the south's independence, as ambassadors from the United Nations Security Council returned to New York Sunday after an inconclusive diplomatic mission.”
“I see expats as very good citizens and ambassadors from the United States.”
“A spokesman for Sen. McCain, the likely Republican presidential nominee, said a team of policy advisers met recently with 20 Latin American ambassadors, including Colombia's.”
“He was offered less territory and fewer crowns, and no princess; but he called his ambassadors home and prepared for war.”
“They were the personal representatives of a state most blessed to attain — the titled ambassadors of comfort and peace, aglow with their credentials.”
“[The band] will act as goodwill ambassadors from the world of ubiquitous [nano-electro-mechanical devices].”
“He met with Latin American ambassadors, except the”
“Foreign newspapermen and Latin American ambassadors can come look at the weapons we have seized and they can decide to whom they belong and who interferes in affairs of others.”
“Whilst the state was occupied with the Etrurian war, [entered into] because a report prevailed that the people of Cære had joined the Tarquinians through compassion for them from their relationship, ambassadors from the Latins drew their attention to the”
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