embassy

[n] - an ambassador and his entourage collectively 2. [n] - a diplomatic building where ambassadors live or work
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embassy

the building an ambassador works in
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Embassy

Em'bas·sy noun ; plural Embassies . [ Old French ambassée , embascée , Late Latin ambasciata , from ambasciare for ambactiare to go on a mission, from Latin ambactus vassal, dependent, of Celtic or German origin; confer W. amaeth hus
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embassy

noun a diplomatic building where ambassadors live or work
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embassy

noun an ambassador and his entourage collectively
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Embassy

• (n.) The person or persons sent as ambassadors or envoys; the ambassador and his suite; envoys. • (n.) The public function of an ambassador; the charge or business intrusted to an ambassador or to envoys; a public message to; foreign court concerning state affairs; hence, any solemn message. • (n.) The residence or office of an amb
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(from the article `Architecture and Civil Engineering`) ...were concerned about the effect that increased security measures—required after the attacks on U.S. embassies and the WTC—were having on design ... On Dec. 10, 2003, East Timor Foreign Minister José Ramos-Horta opened an embassy in Canberra, Australia, to streng...
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Embassy

An embassy is an ambassador's residence.
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Embassy

[TV series] Embassy was an Australian television series originally broadcast by the ABC from 1990 to 1992. There were three series produced with a total of 39 episodes. The series was set in the Australian embassy of a fictional south-east Asian country called Ragaan, located somewhere between Thailand and Malaysia. It features stories abou
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embassy

embassy: see diplomatic service; extraterritoriality.
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Embassy

[film] Embassy is a 1972 film based on a spy thriller novel by Stephen Coulter. It was a British film directed by Gordon Hessler, written by John Bird and William Fairchild, and with music scored by Biddu. The film starred Richard Roundtree as a CIA officer, Ray Milland as an Ambassador, Max von Sydow as a Russian defector taking refuge at
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[cigarette] Embassy is a brand of cigarettes from Imperial Tobacco. First sold in 1914 and relaunched as a coupon brand in 1962, in 1976 they were invited to sponsor the World Snooker Championships, which they did from then until 2005 at which time they had to pull out due to the UK government`s ban on tobacco sponsorship. When the Embassy
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Embassy

[magazine] Embassy magazine is a weekly Canadian Foreign Policy Newspaper. Founded in 2004 it covers defence, foreign policy, development and aid, trade and security news and opinion from a Canadian perspective. The Embassy offices are in Ottawa. ==Links== ...
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[horse] Embassy was a British champion Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. She won three of her four starts as a two-year-old including the Group One Cheveley Park Stakes and the Group Three Princess Margaret Stakes. She was named European Champion Two-year old Filly at the Cartier Racing Awards, and was the highest rated two-year-old fil
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