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diplomatic negotiations


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  • n. negotiation between nations


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  • Not quite a mile from Donchery is a cluster of three or four cottages, and at the first of these the landau stopped to await, as we afterward ascertained, Count Bismarck, with whom the diplomatic negotiations were to be settled.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

  • And on Central America, Clark sided with other hard-liners in the administrationnotably CIA director Bill Casey and UN Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrickto forge an uncompromising line toward Marxist Nicaragua, one that eschewed diplomatic negotiations and emphasized military support for the contras seeking to overthrow that regime.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • I wasn't a member of the council myself, not being the right type for inclusion either in Debrett's or Who's Who, but I knew that the Council for World Peace, a society semi-secret in its nature inasmuch as it recognised that diplomatic negotiations were best not conducted through newspaper headlines, was of only the most recent origin but already regarded through the western world as the last best hope for mankind.

    The Satan Bug

  • Rainald was also employed in diplomatic negotiations with

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss


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