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diplomat

an official, such as an ambassador or first secretary, engaged in diplomacy
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Rabat A diplomat from the French consulate in Marrakech filed a sextortion complaint against a 27-year-old Moroccan man.
ISLAMABAD -- It has been revealed that the son of Pakistan's prominent woman diplomat representing Pakistan at an important international forum has married to a Hindu girl.
-- Diplomat Pharmacy blends clinical excellence with a personal touch--"for happier lives and health that lasts." The company's philosophy, first articulated by cofounder Dale Hagerman, is to "take good care of patients and the rest falls into place."
Diplomat Pharmacy (NYSE:DPLO) unveils its next round of earnings this Friday, August 9.
Tensions heightened in April last year when a US diplomat ran a red light, killing a motorcyclist
By the end of 2018, Diplomat Pharmacy expects that it will complete its switch to ClimaCell[TM] coolers from TemperPack for its temperature-sensitive medication shipments.
I see the work of a diplomat, the work of fundamental importance in the globalised world.
Domestic workers often face circumstances that leave them extremely vulnerable to exploitation by their diplomat employers.
Islamabad High Court has declared that the US diplomat does not enjoy absolute immunity.
Deputy Attorney General (DAG) Raja Khalid informed the court that the diplomat can neither be arrested nor tried.
This he remarked on Wednesday while hearing a petition seeking the placement of a US diplomat on the Exit Control List (ECL).

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