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noun as in identification of origin, country

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When acting Danish finance minister Morten Bødskov announced last week that Denmark would soon launch a digital “corona passport,” the news spread rapidly around the world.

Like me, she had packed passports but no other documentation.

Beyond that, immunity passports are not always productive, he says.

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Anyone wanting to build on Beach Island, for example, will need to provide a “materials passport” for their buildings, so whenever they are taken down, the city can reuse the parts.

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After nearly two years on the move, Ajapwoh Sergeo found himself in October in an unfamiliar city possessing little more than his passport from Cameroon.

Her travel clique has been known to arrive at an airport, bags packed, passport-in-hand, within hours of spotting a deal.

Available at La Boîte SHOLDIT Clutch Wrap Purse, $70 We can all agree the dorky passport holders and money bags have got to go.

Addison was allowed out of jail, finally, but her passport was held pending an investigation—even though nobody questioned her.

Their expectation was that her petition to have her passport returned might be honored.

Freundel was charged with six counts of voyeurism, a misdemeanor, and has surrendered his passport while awaiting trial.

The writer lost a pocket-book containing a passport and a couple of modest ten-pound notes.

He felt that in getting old Warrender and his daughter to The Park, he was in reality receiving his passport into county society.

You go to Washington and get your passport, and if you can't hasten matters don't let an outsider know what you are after.

There was time enough to seek his passport, and Isabel could well imagine that his impatience was not uncontrollable.

I took my oath before the passport clerk in the innermost recess of the State Department.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to passport, such as: authorization, key, license, permit, ticket, and visa.

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