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1. He had a distinguished career as a diplomat.
2. The son of a diplomat, he has spent much of his life globe-trotting.
3. He served as a diplomat in Russia before the war.
4. He's a U.S. diplomat assigned to the embassy in London.
5. The deal is being authored by a Greek diplomat.
6. The lady is a diplomat.
7. He is also a diplomat, but senior to me.
8. This diplomat possessed an excellent gift for repartee.
9. That diplomat was too crafty.
10. The elderly diplomat came to Lanny's support.
11. As a diplomat, he is not subject to local laws.
12. His job as a diplomat was a blind for his spying.
13. The diplomat threw in a joke, and the tension was instantly relieved.
14. You'll need to be a real diplomat to persuade them to come to some agreement.
15. He told a diplomat that he might withdraw if he were allowed to keep part of a disputed oil field.
16. The Government disclosed that another diplomat has been arrested for spying.
17. He has worked as a diplomat in the US, Sudan and Saudi Arabia.
18. As a diplomat, you have to pick your words at a press conference.sentencedict.com/diplomat.html
19. The two countries have each expelled another diplomat following a round of tit-for-tat expulsions.
20. A former US diplomat has confessed to spying.
21. Neurological, according to a Western diplomat.
22. A grim-faced diplomat read out the declaration of war.
23. Veteran diplomat Richard Murphy is heading the commission.
24. The President was not an experienced diplomat, and right to the end he had no clear goals for the postwar world.
25. A Western diplomat speculated that Rodionov may be preparing to quit.
26. A diplomat who helped to bring peace between two belligerent states by mediating between them might be particularly well rewarded.
27. How could anyone, much less a diplomat like Gordon, deal with such unreasoning rage?
28. These recollections, centred around one Soviet diplomat, track back and forth over the years.
29. Fearey had all the charm and urbanity of the trained diplomat.
30. Mr Keyes, a former radio talk-show host and Reagan administration diplomat, is the most eloquent of the Republican candidates.
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