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Synonyms for legation

Synonyms for legation

a diplomatic office or headquarters in a foreign country


Synonyms for legation

the post or office of legate

a permanent diplomatic mission headed by a minister

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But that did not satisfy Iran, which ordered its legation in Washington to close down and come home--although it allowed the American legation to remain in Tehran and thus did not break diplomatic relations.
Today, the legation houses the Tangier American Legation Institute for Moroccan Studies (TALIM), whose board is composed of scholars, diplomats and leaders from the private sector.
In May 1953, Sri Lanka established a Legation in Tokyo.
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The architecture of embassies and legation buildings says much about the character and power of the nations that have erected, or acquired them, as well as about the historical circumstances that gave rise to the need for a diplomatic presence.
This approach was criticized, an author calling it "astonishingly equivocal" and a missed "opportunity to reaffirm [the Court's] incorporation decisions in Re Foreign Legation, Re Armed Forces, and Fraser-Brace".
His first legation leaves a significantly more extensive record, with a total of nineteen documents (See Table 1).
His diplomatic career began in 1909 when he was appointed a secretary of legation in Honduras (witnessing a revolution in that country, he later noted that "Central American revolutions of this character were not the opera-bouffe affairs which they are commonly supposed to be").
There is a plaque in the chancel to his son William Campbell Manley who was secretary of Legation at Copenhagen in the mid 19th century.
Officials at the legation in Lisbon advised against the Paris route because gasoline was scarce and the Nazis unlikely to permit a drive into Germany.
Another letter addressed to Sulu Datu Punjungan Kiram from the British Legation in Manila dated October 18, 1950 confirms the legation's preparedness to pay the sultanate the sum of 1,301.
The Canaries host Everton today, holding a six-point cushion above the re legation places.