In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The orders were revoked and he was re-sentenced for both offences, receiving three months for the assault and a month for the theft.
- If a customer cancels within 30 days, the satellite provider revokes the retailer's commission.
- But when parents fail to provide continuity of care, the state revokes or curtails their parental prerogatives.
- I said nothing, just nodded my head before I said anything to go back on or revoke my promise, so carefully and so brashly made.
- There is also a warning that tax authorities will not be able to revoke already signed deals.
- The Conservative government was revoking more and more of the workers' rights, and each day they imposed another deregulation on the checks and balances of the economy, which were meant to defend the working class from exploitation.
- His Honour further concluded that Herstatt's bankruptcy did not revoke Chase's mandate to receive funds on its behalf.
- I say to the Government that if the Clyde Dam had had its consent revoked, how would the energy crisis in this country be solved today?
- If they are a British citizen we would have to accept that as the price for having a high standard of proof, but if they are a visitor - with a revocable claim to be here - we should be able to revoke that claim.
- Any dealer that sells a Rolex at a discount is subject to having his dealer status revoked.
- This in turn gave the Catholic monarchs an excuse to revoke their promises.
- The challenge there was to a refusal to exercise a discretion to revoke the deportation order, which decision is premised on the validity of the deportation order.
- He claimed that some of the machines stopped recording votes in favour of revoking the president's mandate once a certain ceiling had been reached.
- The cause is the implosion of the Niners' salary cap, and the detonation may not yet be over, if the league, as rumored, penalizes San Francisco for past contract shenanigans by revoking future draft picks.
- Access is at all times probationary and can be denied, revoked or reviewed at any time for any reason.
- On October 9, 2003 the Respondent revoked that offer and the litigation proceeded.
- Finally, before turning to the second main point, I should mention that in this case, the arrangement carries out its purpose by revoking all the existing trusts and establishing a new set of trusts.
- The remaining eight constitutional amendment issues include adjusting the terms of Control Yuan members, lowering the voting age and revoking compulsory military service.
- On April 1, 1628, a second patent was issued to Carlisle, revoking that of Pembroke, and Charles Wolverton was appointed Governor of Barbados.
- Stores given permission to sell fireworks all year will need a licence which local authorities will be able to refuse and revoke if necessary.
- As in Droggn, this revoke penalty is too mild to be an effective deterrent to deliberate revoking, and is only suitable as a punishment for an accidental error.
- A revoke counts the same as at Short Whist, but the exposed hand cannot revoke.
- If a player revokes, only to play a legal card on another trick during the round, a penalty will be enforced.
- In both Alan's and Andrew's case there is the problem of the measure of damages if O revokes before A's completion.
- Since cards are added to one's hand during the course of the game, it is possible that a player may revoke by either playing a trump card to take a trick, when one's hand had a legal play, or play an off suit when a legal card was in one's hand.
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