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Semester 2 Vocab #4

TermDefinition
Protocol the forms of ceremony and etiquette observed by diplomats and heads of state
emissary an agent sent to represent or advance the interests of a person, group, or nation
dissension a difference of opinion, especially one that leads to contention or strife
arbitration the process by which the parties in a dispute submit their differences to the judgement of an impartial person
conjure to produce as if by magic. to call upon or request, especially by an oath to summon by oath, incantation, or spell
adjure to command solemnly, as under oath. to request, urge, or advise earnestly
contentious quarrelsome
retribution something given or demanded in repayment, especially punishment
consulate the premises occupied by a consul, an official appointed by a government to reside in a foreign city
discretion the quality of demonstrating a cautious reserve in one's speech or behavior. freedom to act or judge on one's own
covenant a binding agreement made by two or more persons or parties; compact
schism a separation or division into factions; to split
rancor bitter, long lasting resentment; ill will
affidavit a written declaration made under oath before a notary public or some other official
attache a person officially assigned to the staff of a diplomatic office in a foreign country to serve in some particular capacity
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