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Yates was naturally too much of a diplomat to begin awkwardly.

His talents as a diplomat, such as they were, were needed continually.

But your Majesty knows me as a blunt man, when I serve him not as diplomat, but as friend.

I have no delicatesse as a diplomat, but I go blind on Libertad!

The diplomat touched him on the arm significantly, but the player shook his head.

Hillard understood this pantomime; the diplomat had been a share-holder.

First of all, he went to Rome, ever the pivot of danger to an Italian diplomat.

No one--Czar or diplomat, Kaiser or Mikado--seemed to know anything.

Wars were too common in diplomacy to disturb the habits of the diplomat.

From a warrior I was forced to change myself into a diplomat.

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