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There was no American plenipotentiary empowered to make any political compact with the Islanders.
A day or two after the new plenipotentiary had set out on his mission, he received a touching letter from his master.
He appears as it were the latter's unacknowledged representative ashore, a plenipotentiary without credentials.
THE LIFE OF NELSON, VOL. I (OF 2)A. T. (ALFRED THAYER) MAHAN
None but the like-minded can come plenipotentiary to our court.
So far, we have alluded only to the instructions prepared before plenipotentiary departure.
Possevin was again called upon, and set out as plenipotentiary to arrange peace between the two nations.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
My confidence in our minister plenipotentiary in London continues undiminished.
The day of German hegemony is past, and no German plenipotentiary will be able again to impose his will by the same methods.
Plenipotentiary, plen-i-po-ten′shi-a-ri, adj. conferring or having full powers.
Then there is the new-born kingdom of Italy, where we have also a plenipotentiary.

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