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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- Bruguire is an investigative magistrate empowered to view French domestic and foreign intelligence material.
- This means, both, higher investigative costs and higher extra costs during the trial.
- The more preliminary investigative work that we can do, the more it benefits the entire field.
- Then he'll take over as director of security firm Garda's investigative division.
- Danov proposed that the investigative services become part of the police.
- Pressure groups can appear as witnesses at the investigative hearings held by committees of Congress.
- It has been unfair at the investigative stage and it has been unfair at the trial stage, not so much the judge but the prosecutor.
- The bills include a number of offence and penalty provisions and investigative powers.
- To reach its conclusions, the investigative committee had to do a bit of digging.
- Perhaps we should look more towards the investigative systems that operate across the continent.
- The investigative personnel allege that this is consistent with international practice.
- Most of the investigative work of Congress is done through its committee system.
- Thanks to Graham's excellent investigative skills, surely their time has come?
- If an investigative committee happens to be struck when the facts speak too loudly to be silenced, it's no big deal.
- A disciplinary panel of judges would need to be established along with an investigative unit.
- He also added a detail that had been overlooked in the investigative file.
- Such draconian methods point to the shortcomings of a cumbersome investigative and judicial system.
- Satisfyingly, the audience is allowed to do the investigative work themselves.
- It was a good piece of investigative work but would it not have been better for the relevant authorities to have carried out the undercover work?
- We do need to make sure that Congress is doing its job of investigative oversight.
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