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used in The Bourne Identity

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considerate of others' concerns — often in a political context
  • We working stiffs aren't on them; we don't have to spend time over diplomatic posturing.
    Chapter 19 (62% in)
  • It's the reason why there can be absolutely no interference from other levels, no diplomatic sugar pills that might expose the strategy.
    Chapter 19 (89% in)
  • Diplomatic.
    Chapter 21 (61% in)
  • And these diplomatic FS-Fives are the ones sending us the message?
    Chapter 21 (68% in)
  • I needed her in Paris; there were diplomatic functions I had to attend and wanted her with me.
    Chapter 26 (53% in)
  • You'll have diplomatic status.
    Chapter 33 (89% in)
  • Everything was in motion now, Villiers was downstairs calling an emergency number at France's Conseiller Militaire, arranging for a man with a false passport to fly out of Paris with diplomatic status.
    Chapter 33 (96% in)
  • Washburn's a fairly common name; he could be just a businessman with connections, but it was flagged on the readout, and since the status was NATO-diplomatic, we checked with State.
    Chapter 34 (16% in)
  • Who gave him the diplomatic?
    Chapter 34 (17% in)
  • Were flying over, under a deep-diplomatic, a Canadian woman-an economist for the government in Ottawa who's wanted for murder in Zurich.
    Chapter 34 (70% in)
  • We're flying over the Canadian woman by diplomatic.
    Chapter 34 (82% in)
  • Such men are rarely welcome at the diplomatic conference tables.
    Chapter 35 (89% in)

There are no more uses of "diplomatic" in The Bourne Identity.

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