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dragoman

(in some Middle Eastern countries, esp formerly) a professional interpreter or guide
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We also lay claim to having the first ever Cypriot casino built in 1878, the 16th century Ayia Katerini church, the 12th century Ayia Paraskevi church and the village church was built with the funds provided by our most famous and influential resident in history, the dragoman Hadjigeorgaki Kornesio who died in 1804," said Charalambous.
Others create links among parties: the Dragoman (an intermediary and double agent) moves among the government, the landowners, and Alexander); and little Alexander (Alexander's illegitimate son expressing his transgressive sexual union with his adopted daughter) links Alexander and the commune as well as Alexander's present with his future as the only one who escapes the government assault on the village.
We have been in discussion with Dragoman and will be offering an alternative holiday of the same value," a Lonely Planet Magazine spokesperson said.
Lear had a "good dragoman," his servant Giorgio, yet his Journals present him as a latter-day Dr.
Speaking ahead of Thursday's gig at Edinburgh Castle, Le Bon, 50, said: "The show was called Dragoman.
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Dragoman (National Institute of Research and Development in Micron Technology, Romania) and Dragoman (physics, U.
Dragoman, a small company from Stowmarket in Suffolk, has already seen inquiries and brochure requests about its 4-27 week overland adventures go up by 20% since the global financial crisis took hold.
The spectre of communism looms large over this haunting, emotional short-story novel by award-winning Hungarian writer Gyorgy Dragoman.
For example we visit the house of dragoman which has been restored as part of the Nicosia Master Plan.
The latter were generally Ottoman subjects despite attempts to Venetianize the service by training new generations of giovani di lingua: inherited from the Greek, Arabic, Aramaic, and even Akkadian, the term dragoman designated the interpreter every bailo needed in this multilingual setting.
But a dragoman is an interpreter from one of the Arabic-speaking countries.