(5) See Lloyd's |The author ship of the Welsh Embassador
', RES, xxi (1945), 192-201.
Judge Bork, citing Blackstone, believed that the ATS was originally concerned with "[v]iolation[s] of safeconducts," "[i]nfringement of the rights of embassadors
," and "[p]iracy." Id.
An officer who superintends the reception of embassadors
. A person who regulates the forms to be observed by the company or attendants on a public occasion.
Hexham have already done Doug proud by staging a race in in his honour at a retirement meeting in April when he was described as "one of the North's greatest racing embassadors
His popularity, how affable He's to the people, his hospitality, Which addes unto his love; his forwardnesse, To entertaine Embassadors
, and feast them, Which though he doo't upon his proper charge, And for our honour; yet it may be thought A smoothnesse, and a cunning, to grow great; It must be so.
* The king had the "sole power of sending embassadors
to foreign states, and receiving embassadors
at home." (104) Under our constitution, the President "shall receive Ambassadors," (105) but needs the "Advice and Consent of the Senate," to appoint ambassadors.
A New Bible in the Words of Jehovih and His Angel Embassadors
. A Sacred History of the Dominions of the Higher and Lower Heavens of the Earth For the Past Twenty-four Thousand Years, Together with a Synopsis of the Cosmogony of the Universe; The Creation of the Planets; The Creation of Man; The Unseen Worlds; The Labor and Glory of Gods and Goddesses in the Etherean Heavens; With the New Commandments of Jehovih to Man of the Present Day.
The Prince did leade the measures with the French embassadors
A(r) Abdul Qadir Baloch, embassadors
of different countries, Additional Chief secretary FATA, Azam Khan, Principal secretary to governor Dr.