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ambassador:

see diplomatic servicediplomatic service,
organized body of agents maintained by governments to communicate with one another. Origins

Until the 15th cent. any formal communication or negotiation among nations was conducted either by means of ambassadors specially appointed for a
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ambassador

1. short for ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary; a diplomatic minister of the highest rank, accredited as permanent representative to another country or sovereign
2. ambassador extraordinary a diplomatic minister of the highest rank sent on a special mission
3. ambassador plenipotentiary a diplomatic minister of the first rank with treaty-signing powers
4. ambassador-at-large US an ambassador with special duties who may be sent to more than one government
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Ambassadorships offer both substantive and practical advantages for studying the connection between presidential personnel choices and agency performance: (1) though highly visible in presidential politics and foreign policy, we know little systematically about ambassadors and embassy performance; (2) both appointees and careerists fill these positions in comparable bureaucratic contexts; and (3) the availability of comparable measures of performance across contexts avoids some limitations of earlier measures.
In the United States, major campaign contributors tend to get ambassadorships in friendly countries that don't require much foreign policy expertise.
From that video concept, she has segued into speeches and brand ambassadorships, and is pursuing local and national corporate sponsorships.
Robert Stephen Beecroft, currently US ambassador to Iraq, was nominated for the ambassadorship in Egypt, where that position has been vacant since August.
Baucus had already announced he would not seek re-election this fall when Obama tapped him last December for the ambassadorship.
PS25,000 to support the Calderdale Ambassadorship Scheme.
It may be mentioned here that Denmark's new Ambassador to Pakistan, Jesper Moller Sorensen had already stated that one of his key goals during his Ambassadorship is to strengthen bilateral ties between Pakistan and Denmark.
They have developed a strong presence in the Greater Phoenix Area with a commitment to community advocacy and small business ambassadorship.
As part of her ambassadorship with Coming Home - a charity raising money for injured service personnel coming back from Afghanistan - the singer will be addressing up to 200 MPs on the importance of funding specially adapted houses.
As part of her ambassadorship with Coming Home - a charity raising money for injured service personnel coming back from Afghanistan - the brave singer, 31, will be addressing up to 200 MPs on the importance of funding specially adapted houses.
The collaboration between Land Rover and the Emirati film maker is an extension of an existing regional ambassadorship programme with Mostafa which started as part of the brand's global strategy to partner with celebrities from the world of fashion, design, music and film for the launch of the Range Rover Evoque, the statement said.
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