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In a previous stint as the consul in Southern California, he said, he knew of teens who worked late-night shifts at restaurants and factories, then showed up to school only to fall asleep in class.Inside the Lives of Immigrant Teens Working Dangerous Night Shifts in Suburban Factories|by Melissa Sanchez|November 19, 2020|ProPublica
Consular officials are protected against arrest only for acts committed in the course of their duties.
Remember, Karl's scoop last week, timed to the testimony of the three consular aides, set off an earthquake.
Joudah said an American consular official did get in touch with her.Critics Fear Visa Waiver For Israel Glosses Over Discrimination Against Americans|Ali Gharib, George Hale|May 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What the hard-shell righties want to know is not about the boring issue of consular security.
Marco Rubio and Saxby Chambliss want answers about consular security measures.
Later on he notified the consular body that the bombardment would commence on the 12th of the month.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
At first the whole was governed by one legatus Augusti of consular standing.
That henceforth consuls, not consular tribunes, should always be elected, and that one of the two consuls must be a plebeian.
A consular army was sent, which drove the insurgents into their strongholds and then subdued them by the slow process of siege.
When a consular named Rebilius, a man of equally bad character, sent a yet larger sum to Graecinus, and pressed him to receive it.