agent-general defined in 1939 year

agent-general - Agent-General;
agent-general - Name given to the London representatives of certain of the component states of the British Dominions. They act as business representatives of their governments, and have offices for the transaction of their duties. The representatives of India, Canada, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Southern Rhodesia, and Eire bear the title of High Commissioner.

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letter "A"
start from "AG"

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