consolate

Related to consolate: consulate

consolate

(ˈkɒnsəˌleɪt)
vb (tr)
obsolete to console (a person)
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Costume designer Consolate Boyle and Cartoon Saloon's The Breadwinner also lost out in their respective categories at the 90th Academy Awards on Sunday night.
Turkish police closed some roads leading to the American consolate and put new barriers around it, said Turkish news agency (Ikhlas).
Lucia's Home Elements, which offers a wide array of furniture and furnishings such as this laminated board shoe cabinet-cum consolate table, and an accent chair that's made from durable materials.
He says he called police in Marbella, who said they had no number for the British consolate and the family then tried calling the Foreign Office in London.
Consolate has abandoned hope in a future (un futur) which merely promises the repetition of the past in an eternal present; the future as possibility and contingency (l'avenir) has vanished.
Catholic groups included: Missionaries of Guadeloupe; Maryknoll Fathers; Little Brothers of Jesus; Claretian Missionaries; Consolate Missionaries; Divine Word Missionaries; and Missionaries of Charity Brothers.
tie threatened to expel the Missionaries of Charity for "being in line with liberation theology" and took away a parish from the Missionaries of the Consolate, calling them "revolutionaries.
Consolate how to raise the dead: together they save Deacon Morgan's son from
The two young men "joyn'd to consolate me with repeated Proofs of their Friendship; all which my dear Parents approv'd; and promoted their Visits to our House by a generous and kind Reception at our Country Retreat; where they came now and then, a little to relax their College Discipline, and unbend the Streightness of their Study" (PWS, 22-23).
When John had to sign work papers it was the French Consolate and French League he was dealing with - not Monaco.