In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in local govenment)funcionario encargado de llevar los registros de nacimientos, defunciones, etc
- The seminar is aimed at burial ground committee members, clergy, burial ground registrars, elected representatives, local authority staff, community groups and historical societies.
- When either a collection or items to be added to an existing collection come to an institution, a registrar creates a record of the content and then passes the content along to the collection manager.
- When you've made your musical selection, do run it past the officiating registrar to make sure that it is acceptable.
- County-based registrars of birth, death and marriage hold the full set of original civil registration registers, the earliest of which date from April 1845.
- And Rose is desperately appealing to all registrars to skip their day off and allow the couple, who have been together for six years, to get married.
- Our registrar is accepting membership for this year, which remains unchanged at €10 per adult and €1 per juvenile.
- Erecting these barriers to voting isn't always a conscious choice; some registrars simply don't know the law and are as confused as college students when it comes to residency regulations.
- Instead he insists the new registrar will be able to respond to complaints in a quick manner, adding that complaints can be filed confidentially.
- A superintendent registrar of births, marriages, and deaths had the duty of registering all marriages.
- Previously the registrar, Helen's new role is one of four titles created at the museum as part of a restructuring programme aimed at paving the way for more growth and development.
- If domain names are property, the three judges sitting in the case ruled, then registrars are responsible for protecting them.
- Independent schools inspector Jim Beeke asked the registrar of companies to review potential conflict of interest with company executives controlling the schools' boards.
- Today's ceremony will have all the trappings of a wedding but without the trap as, for legal reasons, it can't be performed by a real registrar until the pair give 90 days notice of their intention to marry.
- Seamus was a County Council employee and the local registrar for births, marriages and deaths.
- Records are obtained from the registrars of births, deaths, and marriages in each state and territory.
- In the Netherlands, registrars are the officials who preside over marriages.
- As well as being the proud mum at the civil ceremony - she'll also be the officiating registrar.
- Ottoman registrars recorded villages whether or not they were inhabited, on the basis that since they had once provided revenue, they might yet do so again.
- The Civil Partnership Act will allow gay people to sign an official document in front of the registrar and two witnesses.
- She still had a lot of pain and on April 21, 1996, she was seen by a medical registrar, who recorded she was complaining of very severe pain.
2(in university, college)secretario de admisiones masculinosecretaria de admisiones femenino
- Studying on a scholarship from an American church, the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, he stayed to work at the college as a registrar and teacher.
- The Otago University's registrar, Augustus Hamilton, had pieced together a skeleton of the extinct bird and even added feathers.
- Some of the experts who will answer questions on the double cohort include university presidents, registrars, government officials and the alliance themselves.
- The business school is expected to open its doors in 2004, according to university registrar, Dr David Redmond.
- Ms. Weils instructed us to follow the hall down to the registrar's office, where her courses would be scheduled and final paperwork would be completed.
- After a few calls, not only did I learn exactly what the registrar's office does, but I also learned that my father had not paid a penny of my first semester's tuition.
- This is often the most frustrating part of the whole process because the power is suddenly removed from the coach and athlete as it is thrust into the hands of the registrar's office.
- I told Stacy I was planning to call her employer and check with the registrar at the university from which she said she had graduated.
- No one asked which faculty I was in or checked my student number against the registrar's list.
- Joanne Wade, of the registrar's office, claims that the university is ‘trying to be more proactive than before’ in regards to supporting financial need.
- Football's original pin-up was described by university registrar James O'Kane as ‘noteworthy, sometimes notorious, but never ignored’.
- As a student who is paying for university using government money, I find myself appalled at the service from the registrar's office.
- He does, however, feel that mistakes such as these should not be happening, and cautions fellow students, urging them to pay careful attention when dealing with the registrar's office.
- According to Joanne Wade of the registrar's office, information systems and technology, that the statement simply reflects the current practice.
- According to the registrar of Bradley Polytechnic Institute in the founding year of 1897, names and descriptions of courses are not given.
- Wade explained that the registrar has been very proactive in communicating the availability of the bursary program to students and they will continue to be proactive in doing so.
- At present the office of the vice chancellor together with the office of the registrar and concerned parties are engaged in consultations about this problem.
- Not only are you required to check your marks on the Internet, but you have to go to the registrar's office to obtain your password.
- Professor Stewart was summoned to the registrar's office at the University of Adelaide.
- Waterford city native, Dr John Nolan is the registrar or chief executive of the National University of Ireland, under whose aegis the new degree was developed.
(in UK)jefe de admisiones masculinojefa de admisiones femenino
- He was scheduled to have lumbar puncture under anaesthesia during the day, but because he ate a biscuit the procedure had to be postponed until the evening, when it was left to a specialist registrar in paediatric anaesthesia.
- The training needs of general practice registrars and healthcare professionals at all levels will have to be identified and programmes implemented to ensure that these needs are taken care of.
- After the introduction of the Calman reforms of specialist training, specialist registrars were more likely to report satisfaction with key elements of their training.
- All cases are discussed with either a specialist registrar or consultant gastroenterologist.
- She was a paediatric registrar at Charing Cross Hospital and entered public health in 1962.
- The focus groups comprised consultants and specialist registrars in medicine for elderly people, nurses, general practitioners, and hospice staff.
- Senior medical students, junior doctors, registrars, nurses, and allied health professionals are all potential teachers.
- Specialist registrars and locum appointments for training have recognised supervised education as part of their job.
- During these sessions, a senior general practitioner observes a registrar's consultations and reviews the surgery's equipment, policies, and procedures.
- One of two specialist registrars in anaesthesia examined each patient after the nurse or house officer.
- At their single visit to the clinic, the patients had a structured interview by either a consultant gastroenterologist or a specialist registrar in gastroenterology.
- Our medical team consists of ten consultants, two specialist registrars, and three senior house officers.
- In general practice, men are more prepared to see a registrar or a locum than women and seem to place less store on the doctor-patient relationship than women.
- After qualifying he served as surgeon lieutenant in HMS Montrose during the second world war, and after a period as an orthopaedic registrar he entered general practice.
- Dr Trevor Pickersgill, a specialist registrar in neurology in Swansea, said that doctors were demoralised by unattributed briefings.
- All 621 doctors and 47 registrars in 221 general practices in Glasgow were informed by letter about the study and invited to participate.
- She later became psychiatric registrar at Hellingly Hospital and then a medical assistant at Craig Phadric Hospital in Inverness.
- She worked as a registrar in obstetrics and gynaecology at the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital under Josephine Barnes and then moved to Carlisle.
- Dr Richard Gale, a specialist registrar in ophthalmology at York District Hospital, has co-written the article in the British Medical Journal criticising the signs.
- Ilkley nurse Julie Atkinson is a registrar undergoing training to be a nurse practitioner.
4Comerciosecretario masculinosecretaria femenino
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