- Em·me·rich [German em-uh-rikh] /German ˈɛm ə rɪx/, 1714–67, Swiss jurist and diplomat.
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Examples from the Web for vattel
And yet Vattel was one of the most celebrated cooks of his day.
This gentleman understands Vattel, and we shall have no trouble with him.
So says Vattel, without affixing any note of censure upon it.Memoir of the Life of John Quincy Adams.
It has been read from Vattel by several senators; and is conclusive in our favor.Thirty Years' View (Vol. II of 2)
Thomas Hart Benton
That will be found elaborately stated in Vattel; but I do not intend to trouble you with any lengthened reading of citations.