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Ambassador

The highest ranking foreign diplomat representing a country to another government. For example, the highest ranking British representative in the United States is the ambassador from the United Kingdom. An ambassador speaks for the government he/she represents.
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Aquino for an ambassadorship after the latter won the presidential election in 2010.
The recipient of the 2018-19 ambassadorship and award will be announced at a ceremony at 5:15 p.m.
I'm planning to ask him if he can give me an ambassadorship, so I could rest because it is very tiring in the Comelec," he said.
Had Chaudhry Iftikhar accepted governorship or ambassadorship before 5 generals in army house on March, 9 , another spot would have been tainted the higher judiciary.
Melbourne, Feb 28 (ANI): Virgin Airlines boss Richard Branson is all set to strike a deal with Ian Thorpe to rope her into an ambassadorship role for his V Australia airline, according to reports.
The Star quoted Vell Paari as saying that the Tamil League should have a similar framework and diplomatic status like that of the UN and each Tamil representative from member countries should be given an ambassadorship entitling them to diplomatic immunity.
Abbottabad -- Pakistan Peoples Party's Shaheed Bhutto Chairperson, Ghinwa Bhutto said that present Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) government's policies, together with ambassadorship badly failed to put Kashmir issue on right track, adding that the country's situation was not good nowadays.
'This year, the winner of the MBGOS will be going home with N500,000 cash prize, a year endorsement deals worth over one million naira, a year free makeup products, spa treatment, skin care products and the person will automatically become the spokesperson for the mental health awareness and girl child education in Oyo State while runners-up will go home with cash prizes, techno phones, skin care products, makeup products and ambassadorship deal,' he said.
"It was clearly somebody who set out, deliberately, to sabotage Sir Kim's ambassadorship, to make his position untenable, and to have him replaced by somebody more congenial to the leaker."