- consul general,
- consular agent,
- consulate general,
- consultant nurse
Origin of consulate
Examples from the Web for consulate
The safety of American personnel at the American consulate in Libya was undermined by a “stand down order.”Congress Debunks Congress’s Nuttiest Benghazi Theories|Ben Jacobs|November 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fortunately the Indian security guards at the consulate killed all the attackers.Nuclear Pakistan's Spies Target India—and Their Own Prime Minister|Bruce Riedel|September 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Erbil, the Iraqi Kurdish capital, is home to a U.S. consulate and thousands of U.S. citizens working in the oil industry.PKK Kurdish Terrorists Are Fighting IS Terrorists With U.S. Help|Thomas Seibert|August 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Neither the Indian consulate nor a representative from ICE in El Paso responded to requests for comment on this story.
When that tactic failed to break the strike, the Sikhs received a visitor: a representative from the Indian consulate in Houston.
I thought of those miserable three days' grace which were all that the French consulate had accorded me.Alone|Norman Douglas
He found his old friend the cabman in the Platz, and they drove like mad to the consulate.The Goose Girl|Harold MacGrath
I requested to be taken at once to the Austrian consulate, where this difficulty was usually removed.A Visit to the Holy Land, Egypt, and Italy|Ida Pfeiffer
They set out for the consulate at top speed and they did not stop, in spite of pursuit and cries of Halt!The Blue Grass Seminary Girls on the Water|Carolyn Judson Burnett
Thus far the measures of the Consulate may be said to have carried with them the approbation of all but a few individuals.The History of Napoleon Buonaparte|John Gibson Lockhart
- the government of France by the three consuls from 1799 to 1804
- this period of French history
- the consular government of the Roman republic
- the office or rank of a Roman consul
late 14c., "government of Rome by the consuls," from Latin consulatus "office of a consul," from consul (see consul). Also used in reference to the consular government of France from 1799-1804. In reference to the office of a modern consul, from 1702.