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AMBAmbient
AMBAmber
AMBAmbassador
AMBAmbulance
AMBAmbulatory (aka Ambulating)
AMBApplied Molecular Biology (various schools)
AMBAmphotericin B (liposome)
AMBAmerican Model Builders, Inc. (St. Louis, MO)
AMBAdvanced Memory Buffer (FBDIMM control unit on DRAM)
AMBActive Magnetic Bearing
AMBAssociação Médica Brasileira (Brazil)
AMBAmbulate
AMBAdvanced Memory Buffer
AMBAnnie Moses Band
AMBAmbulating (aka Ambulatory)
AMBArticulação de Mulheres Brasileiras (Brasil)
AMBAsset Management Branch (Canada)
AMBAfrican Media Barometer (Media Institute for Southern Africa)
AMBAir Mission Brief
AMBAfrican Merchant Bank (RSA)
AMBAll My Best
AMBAustralian Mountain Bike
AMBAviation Maintenance Battalion (US Army)
AMBAir Mobility Branch (US DoD)
AMBAmericas Most Blunted (band)
AMBAviation Mishap Board
AMBAxe Murder Boys (band)
AMBAir Mobility Battlelab (US Air Force)
AMBAgence Maritime de Bretagne (French maritime company)
AMBAlternative Mining Bill (Philippines)
AMBAircraft Mishap Board
AMBActive Metal Brazing
AMBAvatar Meher Baba
AMBAirways Modernization Board
AMBAmagerbro (Danish railway station)
AMBAtelier Mécanique du Bassin (French mechanical engineering company)
AMBAteliers Maritimes Baulois (French boating company)
AMBAlsace-Mais-Benin
AMBAngular Momentum Balance
AMBAssociation Marc Bloch (French: Marc Bloch Association)
AMBActive Metal Bonding (semiconductor manufacturing)
AMBAnalog MDM Bipolar
AMBAcrylamidomethylbutanoate (polyampholyte class polymer)
AMBArmament Material Bulletin
AMBArt Map Burlington (Burlington, VT publication)
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"Do tell me something amusing but not spiteful," said the ambassador's wife, a great proficient in the art of that elegant conversation called by the English, small talk.
"That has been said long ago," the ambassador's wife interrupted him, laughing.
"Monsieur Pailleton," the ambassador began, "will you take a seat?
"No one has ever doubted your patriotism, Monsieur Pailleton," the ambassador continued.
The servant for whom the Ambassador had rung was already in the room.
The Ambassador bowed, and escorted her to the door.
Herford, whom I had known in Boston, consulted with the American Ambassador, the Hon.
Mazarin seemed to divine the thought of the Frondeur, for he smiled upon him with triumph, and immediately, -- "Sire," said he to the king, "I have the honor of presenting to your majesty, Monsieur le Comte de la Fere, ambassador from his Britannic majesty.
"So there came in three Ambassadors with a hundred servants all apparelled in changeable colours; the most of them in silks; the Ambassadors themselves (for at home in their own country they were noble men) in cloth of gold, with great chains of gold, with gold hanging at their ears, with gold rings upon their fingers, with brooches and aglettes* of gold upon their caps, which glistered full of pearls and precious stones; to be short, trimmed and adorned with all those things, which among the Utopians were either the punishment of bondmen, or the reproach of infamed persons, or else trifles for young children to play withall.
Accordingly, the next time I had the honour to see our emperor, I desired his general license to wait on the Blefuscudian monarch, which he was pleased to grant me, as I could perceive, in a very cold manner; but could not guess the reason, till I had a whisper from a certain person, "that Flimnap and Bolgolam had represented my intercourse with those ambassadors as a mark of disaffection;" from which I am sure my heart was wholly free.
Conference after conference was held with the two ambassadors. Comcomly was extravagant in his terms; rating the charms of his daughter at the highest price, and indeed she is represented as having one of the flattest and most aristocratical heads in the tribe.
He shall have Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law: but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments.