In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of shares)adjudicación femenino
- The authorities concerned should not permit allotment of sites in a layout till the government's specifications are met.
- And for many writers this allotment of time can seem altogether binding and a difficult task to stick to.
- The threat of delisting was related at the time to the fact that this allotment of shares had been made.
- My decision to leave after 4th year came down to subject choice and teacher allotment.
- The allotment of shares in the Estate Company, in satisfaction of the purchase price under the 1924 Contract, was made on 29th October 1924.
- In the second phase, the collection of tax from private car owners, registration of vehicles and allotment of numbers to the newly registered vehicles would be performed by the computers.
- Over the years, students from rural and semi-urban areas manage to get a seat via a single window system of allotment.
- You are right to blame the airlines, by the way: It is their design and their allotment of space that has turned coach accommodations into sardine cans for humans.
- Therefore, allotment of seats to youth festival winners for professional education courses should be stopped.
- However, some parents felt the organisers needed to devote attention to details such as time management and allotment of space for parents to wait while their wards were taking the test.
- The Estates arranged for the allotment and collection of taxes, disbursed revenue for public works, and granted the king a portion of the taxes known as the don gratuit.
2Britanico(plot of land)(que el ayuntamiento alquila a particulares) huerto masculino
- The council will examine ways in which fruit and vegetables from allotments could be distributed to deprived communities.
- And, as I'm all for equality so my husband has to have somewhere to go as well, beyond the four walls of our house, I've rented an allotment - a little plot where he can go to do what men do.
- The couple have grown vegetables on two allotments on the Pickards Field site behind their home for 11 years.
- The town is a patchwork of houses and public buildings interspersed with allotments where fruit and vegetables are grown.
- Obviously having an allotment and growing everything from lettuces to blackcurrants on it helps in terms of eating locally.
- After capturing her childhood memories of rural Westmorland in The Green Lanes, author Betty Emmaline Walker has now turned her attention to the years of allotment gardening she has shared with her husband.
- The wild cornflowers and sunflowers I grew on the allotment last year were a big hit: this year I'll be branching out with some retro dahlias.
- Some of them have nice gardens at home for flowers, and want the allotments to grow vegetables.
- I would advise all residents who have considered renting an allotment to ‘come and have a grow’.
- Their families eke out a living from a few goats and what they can grow on rough allotments.
- How many of these people rent the allotments or use the recreation ground regularly?
- They had hoped to establish a second hive on the allotment as their colony grew, but now say there is no way they will keep bees where they are clearly at risk.
- Membership is open to anyone interested in organic growing, be it garden, farm, allotment, backyard or window box.
- Growing vegetables and flowers on an allotment is not an exact science and some years are better than others, John explains.
- As newlyweds in the 1940s, the couple had rented a small allotment and grown potatoes, cabbages and salad crops, to help enrich their restricted diet amid post-war rationing.
- She has her own organic allotment in York and is looking forward to learning from the experts on her travels.
- For years, he has been providing him with prime vegetables from his flourishing allotment at very little cost.
- It's Easter weekend, and I don't have long to post because there is serious garden / allotment pootling to be done.
- I'm an impatient person, which can be a problem when you're trying to grow fruit and vegetables on an allotment.
- The allotments are used for vegetables and fruits; these form the main bulk of our food.
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