A spokesman for the embassy said: "(The vice-consul
) will try to see her today.
The UK's vice-consul
in Mexico City, Nicola Mockridge, said after taking the course: "I have been keeping more alert and feel more confident armed with what to do."
This may be androgynous, as for Alazet in '"Elle marcherait et la phrase avec elle": la phrase, le neutre, l'androgyne chez Marguerite Duras'; a neutral child figure, as for Johan Faerber in 'Souvenirs du Triangle d'or ou du troisieme sexe au troisieme texte dans L'Amant de la Chine du Nord de Marguerite Duras'; a male adolescent, which Blot-Labarrere argues would be a better description of the vice-consul
than previous accusations of sexual perversion, in '"L'Homme vierge de Lahore": une approche du heros eponyme dans Le Vice-consul
de Marguerite Duras'; or may even be oceanic, as for Laurent Camerini in 'Eau-nanisme ou plaisir du dedoublement narcissique chez Marguerite Duras'.
He has been vice-consul
in Paris for the last 10 years.
The British vice-consul
Karen Williams said his nose had been broken and he had two black eyes when she visited him yesterday in Kengung prison.
A spokeswoman said the vice-consul
was due to meet Mrs Campbell today to find out exactly what happened.
The workers clearly felt that Crown representatives should support their struggle, and felt betrayed when they did not, as in the case of Vice-Consul
His skill in the Samoan language fitted him admirably for his post as United States vice-consul
Pangwi, third secretary and vice-consul
at the embassy.
Celedio underscored the importance of events that involves the nationals."Such gatherings are an affirmation that POLO is putting premium to the importance of people.
General said the promotion of Chinese language and culture would open new gateways for strengthening academic ties between the two brotherly nations.