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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- Wes leafed through the want ads, looking for some sort of job.
- The following year he relocated to New York, where, through a want ad, he found a job writing exhibition reviews for Arts Digest.
- Factory owners desperate for workers have resorted to taking out full-page want ads in the city's Chinese newspapers, but they say they have gotten minimal results.
- You'll also find a successful want ad section where many pilots sell and purchase hang gliding gear.
- My daily newspaper, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, publishes homosexual want ads.
- So I spent the summer locked in my room, working on my chops, scanning the want ads - I came across this cool one and called the number.
- While that might sound like no big deal, consider this: placing a want ad for a ‘recent graduate’ is considered an act of age discrimination.
- The lad starts his job search by scanning the want ads in the city's leading Republican newspaper, the New York Tribune, which seems an unlikely resource for a new arrival from a remote village.
- Magick is both doing the ritual and giving you're friend the want ad.
- About half of the cost of the magazine is paid for by the advertisers, and folks who send in their want ads.
- The next morning, I started sifting through the want ads from the Sunday paper.
- Jamie went through the want ads, and underlined several jobs that she wanted to investigate.
- One day, you see a want ad in your local newspaper: ‘Agency seeking young women to work as au pairs.’
- I'm at the library every morning at opening time to check the want ads, make phone calls and surf the web looking for openings.
- The noticeboard has a number of want ads for band members.
- Jacques decides to place a want ad for a housekeeper.
- The most traditional source of vacancies, the want ads, has gone high-tech.
- By late summer I found that I was reading the want ads when my wife wasn't looking.
- The National Organization for Women forms in 1966, petitioning to stop sex segregation of want ads and one year later to request federally funded childcare centers.
- Simply sending your resume to employers who've placed want ads is not enough.
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