ambassador

[n] - an informal representative 2. [n] - a diplomat of the highest rank
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ambassador

Officer of the highest rank in the diplomatic service, who represents the head of one sovereign state at the court or capital of another. The ambassador bears credentials in the form of a sealed...
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ambassador

an important person who lives in a foreign country and is accepted as representing their home country to the government of the foreign country
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ambassador

embassador noun a diplomat of the highest rank; accredited as representative from one country to another
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Ambassador

• (n.) Alt. of Embassador
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ambassador

highest rank of diplomatic representative sent by one national government to another.[4 related articles]
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Ambassador

[clipper] Ambassador was a British Tea Clipper. She was a composite clipper, built with wooden planking over an iron skeleton and was Lund`s first tea clipper. Her fastest crossing between China and England was 108 days, in 1872. Though considered a fast ship, Ambassador was said to be `very cranky and overmasted`. Her first passage to the ...
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Ambassador

Ambassador is American slang for the penis.
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Ambassador

Ambassador is American slang for the penis.
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Ambassador

[B&O train] The Ambassador was a named train of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) on its route between Baltimore, Maryland and Detroit, Michigan with major station stops in Washington, D.C. and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Toledo, Ohio. Inaugurated in 1930, the Ambassador was discontinued in 1964. ==History== The B&O began passenger ser...
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Ambassador

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, or simply Ambassador, who is a representative of the head of state. Equivalent, and in some traditions primus inter pares, is the Papal nuncio. Amongst Commonwealth countries, the equivalent title High Commissioner (who represents the government rather than the head of state) is normally used instead......
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ambassador

ambassador: see diplomatic service.
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ambassador

Officer of the highest rank in the diplomatic service, who represents the head of one sovereign state at the court or capital of another
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Ambassador

[musical] Ambassador is a musical with a book by Don Ettlinger and Anna Marie Barlow, lyrics by Hal Hackady, and music by Don Gohman. It is based on the 1903 Henry James novel The Ambassadors. ==Synopsis== Lewis Lambert Strether experiences a clash of cultures when he journeys to 1906 Paris to find his fiancée`s wayward son and bring him b...
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Ambassador

[disambiguation] Ambassador is the highest ranking diplomat who represents a nation. Ambassador may also refer to: ==Representatives== == Art and entertainment == === Film, television and theatre === === Literature and painting=== === Music === == Places == == Transport == === Automobiles === === Trains === == Other uses == == See also == ....
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Ambassador

An ambassador is an official envoy, especially a highest ranking diplomat who represents a state and is usually accredited to another sovereign state, or to an international organization as the resident representative of their own government or sovereign or appointed for a special and often temporary diplomatic assignment. The word is also often u...
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Ambassador

[automobile company] The Ambassador automobile company of Chicago, Illinois was founded in 1921 by John Hertz. ==History== In the late 1910s Hertz took control of the Walden W. Shaw Livery Corporation. The company had already been producing a car of their own, called the Weidely. He took the rest of the stock bodies and put 6-cylinder Conti...
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Ambassador

[train] The main article for this category is 2013 in art. ...
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