persona grata

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a diplomat who is acceptable to the government to which he is sent

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Persona Grata travelled noticeably well and showed a tidy turn of foot to assume control and win with a degree of authority, suggesting further progress is likely.
Persona Grata demonstrated some ability when making a winning bow at Wolverhampton and can follow up in Wthe "Hands And Heels'' Apprentice Series Handicap.
Unfortunately, Skulduggery is no longer persona grata in the Sanctuary, since accusing the Grand Mage of treason, and the second rate detective, Remus Crux, is officially on the case.
EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SUPERSTAR DAVID Garrick may have shorn Hamlet of its gravediggers and rewritten Romeo and Juliet's tomb scene, but he's still persona grata at the Folger Theatre, part of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.
So, it was no surprise that in the critical months of 2002 and 2003, while the Bush administration shunned deep thinking and banned State Department Arabists from its councils of power, Bernard Lewis was persona grata, delivering spine-stiffening lectures to Cheney over dinner in undisclosed locations.
I didn't have the heart to tell him that the reason he's no longer persona grata with the aforementioned car-maker is that his image is too mature and unfashionable for the brand.