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 order) ejecución femenino(of order) cumplimiento masculino(of plan) ejecución masculino(of duties) desempeño masculinoto put sth into execution — llevar algo a cabo
- They were still full of vim and vigour and their goal, after 60 minutes, rivalled Cork's in style and execution.
- You see, the key issue is technical strategy and execution - not business growth.
- Most researchers did not systematically plan the design and execution of their research protocol to minimize the risk of bias.
- Both rely on strong team plans and good execution, and both appeal to my competitive nature.
- The moment neatly captures the big problem of corporate strategy: the gap between the brilliant plan and the actual execution.
- Successful implementation and execution of a security plan requires a buy-in by all employees, Hyland says.
- Rangers' football over the past season was never Brazilian in style or execution.
- Although complicated in its execution, my plan is simple.
- The final execution of his plans, however, fell well short of success.
- Julie's background includes data center and computer support as well as experience with test plan development and execution.
- All this requires planning and thereafter execution.
- An early start, unlimited funding, and bold execution of German scientific plans became a recurring theme throughout the report.
- The newly enacted Fiscal Code adds some regularity to the process of funding Russia's military establishment in the course of budget execution.
- It also served as an introduction to personnel who would play leading roles in the plan's execution.
- Centralize planning and decentralize execution of the operation.
- Rather, the exercise emphasis is on the staff planning process, orders production, reporting, and execution of the plan.
- Handling the broad areas of creativity, marketing and sponsorship, production or on-ground execution and technical management are also of great importance.
- After months of gathering research and outlining a plan of execution, Gooden was ready to sell the idea to her superiors.
- The difference in style and execution of the two deals symbolizes wider contrasts that will filter through to the market as the four companies involved go through their transition periods.
- In 1991, the Giants were better prepared in game plan and execution.
- It struck him as a rather dangerous enterprise though he realized there was rather more plan there than execution.
- There is a chilling ruthlessness to the alleged strategy, matched by the style of its apparent execution.
2(putting to death)ejecución femenino
- Although there is a trend towards prohibition, twenty of the thirty-eight states that have a death penalty still permit execution of the mentally retarded.
- US-led forces raided parts of a town yesterday searching for hostages threatened with execution by rebels.
- Gupta, who considers the views of all other historians as relevant material, concludes that it was principally a political execution.
- She is at risk of imminent execution after her death sentence for adultery was upheld by the Supreme Court.
- Kevin Spacey plays Gale, a man who has been convicted of murder and awaits his execution while on death row.
- This was not just some random shooting but a well planned and organised execution.
- No one ever stops to think about the people who have to carry out the executions or work on death row.
- If the wars of terror against some states continue, then we will continue to be shocked by another suicide bombing, another execution of a hostage.
- We believe the terrorists forced them to dig their own graves and prepared them for execution.
- In many places, jurors in capital cases have only two choices of punishment for those they find guilty: execution or permanent imprisonment.
- During his opening address, Crown prosecutor Peter Magee described the killing as an execution.
- ‘I think he should get a life sentence because execution will be too merciful for him,’ says another customer.
- Tennessee had been the only Southern state not to have carried out an execution since the death penalty was reinstituted by the United States Supreme Court in 1976.
- When Capote met Perry Smith - convicted to execution and on death row - he was immediately captivated by him and his discernible sensitivity.
- The police are also alleged to have failed to act to stop the lawyer's killing despite having had advance warning from loyalist sources that his execution was planned.
- They were frequently threatened with execution if they tried to escape.
- By now most honest people concede that the deterrent effect of execution is non-existent and few are unaware of an increasing number of death row exonerations.
- Detectives described the killing as a clinically-planned execution.
- In front of a packed courtroom he announced that he had decided against execution and sentenced the defendants instead to life imprisonment.
- The gross inadequacy of the legal defense for persons facing execution is fostered by the state's judicial system.
- The authors find that the murder rate is significantly reduced by both death sentences and executions.
- And I have no problem at all with summary execution of would-be suicide bombers.
- While awaiting execution, death row inmates endure dehumanising circumstances as well as alienation from families who have abandoned them or simply cannot afford to visit them.
- By the end of 2003, Amnesty had recorded 1,639 death sentences and 726 executions.
- The judicial sentence of death by execution has been present since the formation of the first civilised societies.
- The newspaper quoted unidentified soldiers as saying the captive had been threatened with execution and was later dumped from the back of a moving vehicle.
- Incidentally there are no proven cases of a wrongful legal execution in America since WWII.
- At the place of public execution the death sentences were, at the last possible moment, commuted to exile.
- He has been convicted of murder and is awaiting execution on death row while the US judicial and political system plays Russian roulette with his life.
- The only good news emerging is the release of the three Japanese hostages who were threatened with execution for more than a week.
- According to Thomas, he was threatened with execution.
- They have come to a verdict on the sentence, life in prison or death by execution.
- The government's assertion that torture and summary executions might be carried out without recourse to the law clearly shocked the court.
- However, the prosecution described the killing as an execution and argued a clearer case of murder could not be found.
- The warrant of execution was issued on 8 February 1999.
- Bribery had gotten him the identity of the renegade young men; he'd had them all rounded up and threatened with execution unless the one who'd done the deed identified himself.
- If the hirer were to give a specific order he would be responsible for harm resulting from negligent execution of the order, but he would be liable as a principal, not vicariously.
- The power of this Court to grant orders staying execution of judgments pending applications for special leave to appeal is undoubted.
- Germany would scrupulously comply with any request from the to suspend any execution of a deportation order.
- At some point, I take it, the dates specified at about line 22 or 23 on 894 were completed before execution of the relevant instruments?
- But is this not committing the fallacy of looking beyond the instrument, beyond the state of affairs at the date of execution of the instrument?
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