In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Política Marketing Sociologíacampaña femeninobefore noun the campaign manager/funds — el director/los fondos de la campaña
- From this platform he launched his campaign for election to the Lower House in 1958.
- Summers and the airport management have now started a campaign for tighter controls over the airspace.
- Passenger numbers have soared since the M.E.N. won a campaign for a new city centre coach station.
- Polly Toynbee lets something slip as she pursues her campaign for the nationalisation of children.
- Parents in Keighley have won a victory in a three-year campaign for free school bus passes.
- He also played a key role in the campaign against the care home.
- The campaign against nanotechnology, like other green campaigns, is being built on the twin themes of unknown risk and corporate greed.
- Later, some men objected to their kind of poetry and launched a campaign against them.
- Jakarta Police are in the midst of a campaign against drug trafficking in the capital.
- I was proud to be involved in the campaign for a maternity unit for Moray.
- The family have said that they have not sought any financial support for their campaign for justice and will not do so.
- We are thrilled that Dame Vera Lynn has joined our campaign for a memorial to the women of the Second World War.
- Burnley council were runners up in a national award this week thanks to their campaign against dog fouling.
- And he has now backed a local campaign against the show and vowed to go to prison in defence of his religion.
- The entire campaign for the referendum was set up to preclude that kind of idea from the start.
- Thousands of York residents were urged today to back a campaign for greater funding for flood defences.
- Ronaldo said his visit was part of his campaign against poverty around the world.
- The Newbold councillor is spearheading a campaign for a ban on outdoor drinking across the borough.
- His experiences have formed the basis of a worldwide advertising campaign for Sure deodorant.
- A Wiltshire primary school has stepped up its campaign for road safety with a petition.
- For the media it is a conflict conducted in a series of military campaigns.
- In Italy, French and Spanish forces fought a series of see-saw campaigns against the Austrians.
- That's a very important shift, and that will stay whatever the strengths or weaknesses of the military campaigns.
- As with all military campaigns, control of information was its key weapon, and truth its first casualty.
- He had intelligence, administrative ability and he was good at planning military campaigns.
- He was not much of a military figure and his campaigns were minor at best.
- We solemnly remember the soldiers who lost their lives fighting in these two campaigns.
- If not, we will be waging military campaigns against new tyrannical regimes over and over again.
- The aim of campaigns of operational maneuver has historically been to impose our will on the enemy by force.
- When hostilities start, the unified commands plan and conduct campaigns and major operations.
- Popular work also tends to concentrate on the famous campaigns of Western military history.
- It is best, Sun Tzu said, when citizens are not involved in military campaigns.
- This book is a must for anyone interested in the eastern campaigns of the Civil War
- The Crusades were a series of military campaigns during the time of Medieval England against the Muslims of the Middle East.
- This he achieved by a prolonged series of military campaigns which unified all northern India under his rule.
- But there was also a learning curve for subsequent military and naval campaigns by the British and French.
- Here the emphasis was on execution and not just the planning of campaigns and major operations.
- The plan included everything from propaganda operations to paramilitary campaigns and guerilla operations.
- Peace negotiations continued at the same time as the military campaigns.
- Napoleon Bonaparte purportedly used this technique during his military campaigns.
1Política Sociologíahacer una campañato campaign for/against sth — hacer una campaña a favor de/en contra de algo
- Ever since they were installed, residents have been campaigning for their removal.
- I'm campaigning about it and I've refused to pay so far so the bills are mounting up.
- They have long been campaigning in favour of a relief road around the village.
- The Humanist Society is campaigning for a change in the law to allow anyone to carry out the ceremony.
- He campaigned and researched to promote greater understanding of the cause and effects of elder abuse.
- The news has been welcomed by groups campaigning for improved public transport.
- Parents accused of harming their children have also been campaigning for change.
- Tomorrow we're not campaigning in the morning out of respect for the Pope's funeral.
- Most will be campaigning against poverty and trying to raise awareness of problems in Africa.
- I have spent much of my life working in and campaigning for tropical rain forests and their people.
- Residents are campaigning against land behind their homes being used for allotments.
- The trouble with campaigning in the wilds of Oxfordshire is that you lose touch with the main battle.
- He added that low pay advocacy groups were also campaigning against the changes.
- What does this say about his attitude towards the parliament he campaigned to establish?
- Since then, the families have been campaigning for justice and for a full public inquiry.
- They are campaigning on issues such as affordable housing, transport and education.
- Tom has been campaigning to ensure the bill keeps the rights of the disabled to the fore.
- He may not be aware that Baildon commuters are campaigning for a direct service to Leeds.
- Villagers in Heaton are among those now campaigning to protect land from housing.
- As an active cyclist I will not be campaigning for more cycle routes to push my bike along.
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