Thesaurus / consulate
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I thought of those miserable three days' grace which were all that the French consulate had accorded me.

AloneNorman Douglas

He found his old friend the cabman in the Platz, and they drove like mad to the consulate.

The Goose GirlHarold MacGrath

I requested to be taken at once to the Austrian consulate, where this difficulty was usually removed.

They set out for the consulate at top speed and they did not stop, in spite of pursuit and cries of Halt!

Thus far the measures of the Consulate may be said to have carried with them the approbation of all but a few individuals.

The first acts of the Consulate did not diminish any hopes, and Liberty felt no alarm.

The ChouansHonore de Balzac

Under the Consulate Grandet became mayor, governed wisely, and harvested still better pickings.

Eugenie GrandetHonore de Balzac

Go back to the consulate and tell the consul what has happened, he called to her.

The year of the expedition is known by the consulate of Pompey and Crassus—it was the year 699.

History of Julius Caesar Vol. 2 of 2Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873.

It was “like the old days of his own consulate,” writes Churchward.

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