In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- With at least two mills faced with a full week's close-down at Easter, 1,500 cotton workers may have to take an extended holiday.
- The effect of a combined strike would mean a total close-down.
- If we are to reduce to a minimum the number of weekend closures, we need to make the most of the night-time close-down.
- He said trading had resumed at the beginning of the month after a five-week liquidation close-down.
- In the event of close-down, the plants can only resume production when a continuous and secure supply of beet is guaranteed.
- But he said management offered no other solution but a complete close-down.
- Only about a dozen employees are affected by the close-down, and most of them have been fixed up with other jobs.
- This work should have been done during the summer school close-down, when traffic was at a minimum and the weather would have been nice enough to walk to Westhoughton.
- Be aware that without forward planning the Christmas close-down period can delay payment to your firm by more than 28 days.
- But now we have it here and they will have to go into close-down mode.
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