Examples of dignitary in a Sentence
The dinner was attended by many foreign dignitaries.
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The Azeri Foreign Ministry has compiled a list of foreign journalists and dignitaries blacklisted for traveling to Karabakh without Baku’s permit.
Celebrities and foreign dignitaries were suffering ignominious brutalities which formerly had been practiced only on toy salesmen and recalcitrant bookkeepers and thus had passed unreported.
Meanwhile, others stay in a wedge formation ahead of a president or dignitary.
Celebrities and dignitaries now sign the walls with wishes for continued peace.
Also, while a Secret Service agent would normally have stood on the President’s left, he had been replaced by a local guard who could tell McKinley the names of local dignitaries.
As the story goes, the name actually comes from the drink being created as a commemoration of the very first visit to America by Japanese dignitaries (circa 1860), and appeared in Thomas’ Bar-Tender’s Guide in 1862.
The Thai monarchy and dignitaries such as members of the Japanese, British and Bhutanese royal families traveled to Thailand for the ceremony.
The races begin at 10 a.m. followed by an Oktoberfest parade around the square – a second chance to see the dogs and some dignitaries.
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