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Use "attaché" in a sentence
"NEWSWEEK has learned that some of the press reports most damaging to the Ramseys -- no sign of forced entry at the house on the night of the murder; the absence of footprints in the snow; semen on Jon-Benet's body; even an accent mark on the word attache in the ransom note-are wrong."
"About three years ago I met a military attache from the Embassy at Constantinople, and he told me that in one rebellion there the Turkish troops had lost 80,000 men, with all their equipment, all their artillery-everything."
"The attache is a credible and honorable fellow, and talks of these matters as if he positively believed them."