In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1sereno masculinovigilante nocturno masculino
- The director, who ran a demolition company, had been standing in for the nightwatchman at the compound.
- I was a scab office cleaner during a labor strike of cleaners, nightwatchmen & porters, but I lost the contract when the offices I was cleaning were sabotaged by strikers.
- Male residents were forced to act as nightwatchmen and to help dig trenches.
- The four are interrupted by the nightwatchman, Victor.
- He also served, when necessary, in the role of nightwatchman, guarding all the horses and vehicles of the royal carriage and hobby stables.
- When the nightwatchman discovered the door unlocked and someone sleeping inside, he turned the key in the lock.
- They broke into the store and looked for the nightwatchman.
- In a struggle the nightwatchman punches him and the accused then kills the nightwatchman.
- He was accused of threatening a nightwatchman with a pistol and was acclaimed as a martyr when he maintained his innocence, refusing to name the true culprit.
- The plaintiff was the wife of one of three nightwatchmen who had gone to the defendant's hospital after drinking some tea and becoming ill.
- A nightwatchman later overheard him bragging about his duplicity and arrested him.
- Nightwatchmen in Nairobi munch it to stay alert through the dangerous nights in the crime-ridden capital.
- The original versions of the York Waits also worked as nightwatchmen and barely had enough money to mend their costumes.
- He moonlights as a nightwatchman at the Meadowbank leisure centre in Edinburgh.
- Some trainers have nightwatchmen and some don't.
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