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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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Having Lupita as a Lancome ambassadress will help support our mission in the US market which is to speak to all women.
Her beauty, individual style and confidence make her the ideal ambassadress for us.
London, Jan 19 ( ANI ): A Tunisian model has become the first Muslim woman to be signed by cosmetic brand Lancome as its ambassadress.
Moreover, Bagis said Norwegian Ambassadress Cecilie Landsverk's mandate in Turkey would be over on Friday, and thanked her for her contributions to bilateral relations for the past five years.
TUNIS, April 5, 2011 (TAP) - American actress and goodwill Ambassadress for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Angelina Jolie visited, on Tuesday, Shusha Camp, at the Ras Jedir border crossing.
It should be every southern girl's dream to wear a $7,000 antebellum dress and serve as "Bienville's ambassadress to the world," but Jane is the anti-belle who lacks all grace and femininity.
The ambassadress is delegated by her brother to rescue his son who has gone to Europe for a rich boy's tour but seems to have fallen into the pit of European decadence (in James' novel, it is a socialite mother who asks Strether to bring back her son so that she can fit him into her traditional milieu).
More than 4,000 global companies invest in Madrid capitalizing on the investment-attractive atmosphere in the city," Ambassadress Al-Utaibah told the press.
Klaus Ebermann, EU ambassador, and Malin KEnrre, Swedish ambassadress, joined the event.
She said: "If I want to be a global ambassadress, I'll be up to it.
EDWARD Jones, of Bryncrug, and Eleri Evans, of Maesywaen, have been selected as the 2005 Ambassador and Ambassadress for Meirionnydd YFC.
One such ambassadress is Montgomeryshire farmer's wife Lavinia Vaughan of Porth Farm, Caerws.