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SUITE. Those persons, who by his authority, follow or attend an ambassador or other public minister.
     2. In general the suite of a minister are protected from arrest, and the inviolability of his person is communicated to those who form his suite. Vattel, lib. 4, c. 9, Sec. 120. See 1 Dall. 177; Baldw. 240; and Ambassador.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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2:45 p.m.: Violinist Michael Barbour, with "Partita No.
This disc presents two rather radical rearrangements of popular works by Mozart--his Serenade in B-flat Major known as the "Gran Partita" (K.
The final piece on the disc is the longest at twenty-two minutes and perhaps the most conventional, John Harbison's four-movement Partita for Orchestra (2000).
A cd of the author playing Bach's Partita in D Minor forty years ago at the beginning of his career and recently on his Storioni violin accompanies VIOLIN DREAMS, a blend of memoir and violin history which recounts the author's affection for the instrument.
The first, the Turkish composer Ahmet Adnan Saygun's Allegretto from Partita, Op.
The first, in Hall Two on Monday from 7.30pm, is a solo recital featuring Bach's Partita No.4, Mozart's F major Sonata, K332, and three works by Chopin ( the Three Mazurkas, Op.50; Two Nocturnes, Op.27; and the Scherzo No.2 in B flat minor.
LA BELLA partita - or the beautiful game to you - proved what a proud lot you are.
The 'Partita della Passione' will see Schumacher's team take on teams of Italian national drivers and singers in front of more than 9,000 fans at the Braglia di Modena stadium.
Giacosa's first successful comedy, Una partita a scacchi (1873; "A Game of Chess"), was set in the European Middle Ages.