Noun(1) the post or office of legate(2) a permanent diplomatic mission headed by a minister
(1) She arrived there in 1934, aged 17, when her father was appointed secretary of the Irish legation to the US.(2) Mary found herself denounced by the pope as ├ö├ç├┐the wife of a schismatic├ö├ç├û, Cardinal Pole's legation was revoked, and he was summoned to Rome to answer charges of heresy.(3) After the wars, when Bulgaria was experiencing a serious economic and political crisis, Yovkov was appointed clerk at the Bulgarian legation in Bucharest, Romania.(4) He is then heard of as plotting with Garibaldi in Italy, as secretary of a legation in Japan, and in other parts of the world.(5) Not until the creation of the British legation in 1915 were formal diplomatic relations re-established with Rome.(6) In 1528, the new cardinal moved to Rome and remained there until September 1535, when the newly elected Paul III assigned him the papal legation to Perugia.(7) On September 8, the Thai legation in Washington DC, USA announced that the designation for the nation abroad would be Siam and not Thailand.(8) The soldiers at the legation stayed in their tents to maintain the appearance that they were guarding something.(9) As part of a contingent of marines from the USS Newark, Silva assisted in defending the British legation in Beijing until its relief by the allied army.(10) He then declared the house an annex of the Swiss legation , and eventually extended diplomatic immunity to 72 buildings in Budapest, moving as many Jews into them as possible.(11) Neutrality itself was certainly taken too far when, on the death of Hitler, de Valera presented the state's condolences to the German legation .(12) There was also a report that Japan was dispatching its troops to Korea on the pretext of protecting its legation .(13) The German legation in Bern told the Swiss government on 27 March that the German High Command would require eight weeks to prepare an exchange.(14) The German minister was murdered on his way to the foreign office on 20 June, and that afternoon the legations were attacked.(15) In 1900 the Boxers besieged the foreign legations in Beijing for two months until they were relieved by an international force which occupied and looted the capital; Cixi and the emperor fled in disguise.(16) The Department of Foreign Affairs responded by issuing the following memo to all Irish legations and consulates abroad.
1. foreign mission ::
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