Drogman

Drog´man


n.1.See Dragoman.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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him, the Armenian drogman is an itinerant writer and translator, hut
"Le Sabir Du Drogman," Arabica: Journal of Arabic and
Camariano, Nestor, Alexandre Mavrocordato, le grand drogman son activite diplomatique, 1673-1709, Thessaloniki, Institute for Balkan Studies, 1970.
Cilt, Ankara, Turk Tarih Kurumu Yayinlari, 1999, s.1005-1008; Nestor Camariano, Alexandre Mavrocordato, le grand drogman son activite diplomatique, 1673-1709, Thessaloniki, Institute for Balkan Studies, 1970.
It was the Drogman's fourth goal of the season - and it was scored during the eight minutes referee Mike Dean added on at the end of the first half.
NICOLAS, ex-Premier Drogman de l'Ambassade Francaise en Perse, Consul de France Resht.
<<Je leur fis dire par le drogman qu'un Francais suivait partout les usages de son pays>>.
Reconstruction encore que l'incorporation du recit de Mme de Lamartine narrant son propre voyage Jerusalem, ou celle de l'extraordinaire "Recit du sejour de Fatalla Sayeghir chez les arabes errants du grand desert" (texte palimpseste s'il en est, achete par Lamartine, traduit par son drogman, Mazoillier, repris par madame de Lamartine puls par Lamartine, ou ledit Fatalla raconte les circonstances qui l'attacherent a M.
In fact if it wasn't for James, the Drogman would have bagged a hatful and the Champions would have chalked up double figures.