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With a discreet smile the attache owned that the embassy was frozen in winter and baked in summer.

He was an attache of the British Embassy in Berlin, and was, as we thought, quite mad on the subject of preparation for war.

The MajorRalph Connor

It was with me for some weeks and became known at headquarters as an attache of the staff.

Is the first attache of the legation, Baron Werdern, in the palace?

However, as the whole day was at his disposal, he willingly accepted the attache's offer.

In the meantime, I beg leave to introduce to you my "Attache," who will precede me several days.

The AttacheThomas Chandler Haliburton

In 1801, Lebon was called to Paris, as attache in the service of Blin, engineer in chief of pavements.

The committee also called for a continuing review to insure equal opportunity in assignments to attache and mission positions.

Looking much annoyed, the attache approached the young priest.

Hurriedly collecting the remainder of the implements and placing them in an attache case, the manicurist hurried from the room.

Fire-TongueSax Rohmer

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.