Letter of recall

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LETTER of RECALL. A written document addressed by the executive of one government to the executive of another, informing the latter that a minister sent by the former to him, has been recalled.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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'The Neconde management represented by the MD and the legal consultants offered a letter of recall of the sacked employees of the company.
22 -- The Ambassador to Italy Asitha Perera told Asian Tribune that he has received the letter of recall and he said that he has no regrets over his recall, but he alleged that it was a well coordinated ruse to get him out of Italy by vested interest groups - a section of the career diplomatic officials, both in Rome and Colombo and human smuggling facilitators.
Rehman presented the official letter of recall for former ambassador Husain Haqqani and her letter of credentials to Obama at an official ceremony.