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noun as in embassy

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Earlier this month, anti-vaccine protesters surprisingly focused on Australia’s vaccine mandate in a protest outside its consulate in New York City.

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Once consulates and embassies got the correct names, they rushed appointments, often giving applicants little notice.

First, in mid-March, consulates around the world shut down because of the pandemic.

Clients with children abroad have not been able to bring their children here with consulates closed.

Now, consulates are “slowly allowing emergency cases, but no one is really clear what is considered an emergency,” Parr said.

The safety of American personnel at the American consulate in Libya was undermined by a “stand down order.”

When there was an actual consulate in Benghazi, back in 1967, it was stormed by a mob and parts of it were set on fire.

Fortunately the Indian security guards at the consulate killed all the attackers.

It serves as home base for the United States Consulate and other foreign offices.

Erbil, the Iraqi Kurdish capital, is home to a U.S. consulate and thousands of U.S. citizens working in the oil industry.

Native women were not interfered with by either party, nor were the foreigners, many of whom took refuge at the British Consulate.

He was further instructed to hand over his consulate archives to the British Consul, who would take charge of American interests.

The Gov.-General courteously proposed to send a large bodyguard to his consulate, but it was not necessary.

Six weeks after the victory of Zurich came the 18th Brumaire, and Napoleon's accession to the consulate.

Incessant bugle-calls from the natives added to the commotion, and thousands of Chinese crowded into the Chinese Consulate.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consulate, such as: ministry, consular office, and government office.

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