In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(duties/post) administrativo(costs) de administración(costs) administrativoadministrative assistant — auxiliar administrativa feminine
- administrative staff — personal de administración
- Laws governing medical insurance have also placed added administrative burdens on doctors.
- Research freedom is also tied to teaching which is also tied to administrative duties.
- Further resources may be required, including administrative staff and rooms.
- Today, Canmore is the administrative centre for government services in the Bow Corridor.
- There is a very high turnover of administrative staff in the Tribunal office in my region.
- The memorandum repeated and amplified the point about administrative simplification.
- In fact there is little evidence that the political and administrative class was much better prepared.
- Both developments will bring an influx of hundreds of office workers and administrative staff.
- The nursery is housed in the building where the administrative staff were once based.
- The committees are assisted by between three and ten administrative staff.
- The final part of the administrative organization is the Head of Division or Unit.
- She said her new role would be a more managerial and administrative one.
- In all four areas, government seemed to consist chiefly of administrative controls.
- It was not classed as such under domestic law and was vested in administrative, not criminal, courts.
- A sophisticated administrative apparatus was in itself no guarantee of successful rule.
- It is as ridiculous as the other opinion that the higher administrative staff must be changed every so often.
- His tactical skill was matched by administrative and organizational ability.
- Apart from administrative staff he will ultimately need about six researchers.
- Other team members include dealer Muriel Kale and three administrative and support staff.
- The report included another case, where an administrative slip led to a man losing his business.
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