In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(reform) institucional(reform) de las institucionesinstitutional food — comida de hospital, colegio etc
- Moreover, it may reduce the risk of an influenza outbreak that will disrupt daily institutional life and care.
- The real problem is how to practice your craft without institutional support.
- All procedures involving animals conformed to federal and institutional animal care guidelines.
- Participants were also questioned regarding their institutional practices and policies related to blood wastage.
- It may be that institutional care is the only appropriate means by which to keep them.
- Second, institutional repositories aim to preserve and make accessible digital content on a long-term basis.
- Institutional Biosafety Committees are the cornerstone of institutional oversight of recombinant DNA research.
- Caring for someone in their own home is very different from institutional care.
- In contrast, it plans to cut the amount of red tape covering those products available only to institutional and expert investors.
- Of those who survive, about another 20% will end up in institutional care who weren't in that before the stroke.
- According to Kuenssberg, the company already has commitments totalling £3m from a mix of institutional and private investors.
- He does, however, reflect a shift in writers' economic practices and the institutional conditions of freelance practice.
- As planning moved from theory to institutional practice, master plans emerged as metropolitan blueprints.
- All of these characteristics are said to exist in individual attitudes as well as in institutional practices.
- The sale will be open to both institutional and individual investors, Great Wall said, giving no date for the proposed issue.
- One of Royal Bank's major institutional shareholders believes investors should stick with the Edinburgh-based financial giant for some time yet.
- Most fund companies serve both institutional and individual investors.
- Research tended to be critical of police practice, whatever its institutional base.
- Of course, it also raises issues of logistics and institutional practice patterns.
- About half of the patients in these hospitals are in long term institutional care.
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