An appointed official of a government sent to another country to represent their home government.
a person who represents his or her country's government in a foreign country.
One, such as an ambassador, who has been appointed to represent a government in its relations with other governments.
a messenger conveying the political will of the country he or she represents
an honest gentleman, who lies abroad for his country
a person sent to a foreign country as one of the representatives of his country
a person who can be disarming even though his country isn't
An official representative of a government, present in another country for the purposes of general representation of the state-of-origin or for the purpose of specific international negotiations on behalf of the diplomat's state-of-origin. Discovery The process by which lawyers learn about their opponent's case in preparation for trial. Typical tools of discovery include depositions, interrogatories, requests for admissions, and requests for documents. All of these devices help the lawyer learn the relevant facts and collect and examine any relevant documents or other materials.