Plus, Winston Lord on Crafting the Shanghai communique with Kissinger.
The goal was to implement the Geneva communique, the 2012 document that called for a transitional governing body in Syria.
Le Conseil communique sans dlai aux Puissances contractantes les rglements adopts par lui.
We've just received the first communique from the advance guard, sir.
These telegrams are practically identical when they leave here, and are intended to be used as a communique and to be published.
The losses in men are immense; only the journals would get a communique, or worse, if they ventured to say so in France.
Malloy let her stand there while he picked up the communique.
In the morning, before I'm supposed to be up, I'll issue a communique from—any old place; or tell 'em face to face.
Le Bureau communique sans dlai chaque arbitre le compromis et les noms des autres Membres du Tribunal.
On the second day after the arrival of the communique, Malloy made his decision.
1852, from French communiqué, originally past participle of communiquer "to communicate" (14c.), from Latin communicare "impart, inform" (see communication). Originally the heading of official statements from the French government. Better, if it must be used in English, to print it with the accent.