In England, personal distinction is the only passport to the society of the great.
And you're my passport, because only Med Ships have members of your tribe aboard!
"Then let your passport be for four, my friend," madame begged him.
"A passport from without would do equally well," he announced.
This was a passport to the honor and respect of other Christian nations.
Yes, in a day or two; that is, as soon as I have arranged a difficulty about my passport.
Her passport is like a firman—she may travel where she pleases.
By the way, I have never looked how he calls me in my passport.
"Morlache's old gray is a passport that requires no visa," said D'Esmonde.
"I wish to see your passport, Sehor," said he, as he seated himself at the table.