diplomatic corps

NOUN
  1. the body of diplomatic personnel
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  • diplomatic corps
  • Not winding him up is a far trickier proposition, the sort of thing only remotely possible after a career in the diplomatic corps. Times, Sunday Times
  • For all of its own bureaucratic strictures, the diplomatic corps had the sympathetic ears that Liang was looking for.
  • Perhaps it's time we put our own pop stars to work in the diplomatic corps. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nevertheless, diplomatic corps still gets the welcome of Japanese authorities.
  • She was subsequently assigned to the diplomatic corps and spent much of the rest of her life in Soviet embassies in Scandinavia. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715
  • They are Israeli citizens, have all the rights of their fellow Jewish citizens, serve in the Knesset (Israel's parliament) and in the diplomatic corps.
  • Staff in the diplomatic corps and in government intelligence agencies are targets for violence.
  • And yet neither Kofi Annan nor the European diplomatic corps has thought to demand further concessions.
  • The diplomatic corps were politely indicating that the British had better give themselves no more airs. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
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