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someone sent on a mission to represent the interests of someone else

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Rescuers who entered the conflict zone with the emissaries managed to pluck out six civilians, according to presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella, who said on Monday that the 'humanitarian pause' in the fighting was 'generally peaceful.
We are under oath not to reveal the names of the emissaries.
Geelani said that Narendra Modi had sent two emissaries.
A companion volume to his first published book, The Rise of Charleston: Conversations with Visionaries, Luminaries and Emissaries of the Holy City, his second book provides additional insights into the appeal of Charleston from interviews with some 50 of the city's noteworthy residents.
Officials in France said emissaries had contacted them revealing the "offer".
PARIS (TAP) - France's foreign minister said Tuesday Paris has had contact with emissaries from Moammar Gadhafi who say the embattled Libyan strongman is "prepared to leave.
In the book, I asked the two what message they would carry if the next president asked them to serve as joint emissaries to Iran.
Rabbi Gavriel Noach Holtzberg, 29, and his wife, Rivkah, 28, were emissaries at the Chabad House, known as Nariman House in Mumbai, a worldwide network of houses run by Lubavitch emissaries, an ultra-Orthodox sect headquartered in Crown Heights, N.
Summary: A delegation of the emissaries of king Mohammed VI , composed of Foreign minister, TaE[macron]b Fassi Fihri, and head of the Moroccan intelligence (DGED), Mohamed Yassine Mansouri, paid visit to Yaounde on the fringes of the summit of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC), held on June 23-25.
And so the great King of Canada sent out his emissaries to the mighty Kingdom of America in search of Medium-Lift Helicopters.
Meet the APME Conference Emissaries -- miniature dolls, also known as "mini-editors," who are being mailed to unsuspecting managing editors as part of the group's push for attendance at the annual event.
Emissaries will also become a member of an e-mail list that will be notified of any online publications of sections of Nieman Reports.
Teagan Decker (UW) explains how visiting tutors act as emissaries of writing center communication, dialogic communication that values the nuances involved in the collaborative negotiation and appropriation of ideas.
Why aren't our schools instead paying tribute to peace activists, conscientious objectors, or other emissaries of nonviolence and hope?
The Mars Global Surveyor spacecraft, which has orbited the Red Planet since 1997, has captured images of two other emissaries from Earth.