In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(body/board/service) consultivoin an advisory capacity — en calidad de asesor
- The advisory body is expected to issue guidance on the cost effectiveness of the treatment by the end of the year.
- It is an advisory body representing various sectional or functional interests.
- Many people expected the agency to follow the recommendation of its advisory committee, which is its usual practice.
- An independent advisory body of technical experts in health and development should guide its funding decisions.
- The Minister has the power, and the new guardians fulfil an advisory capacity only.
- Last in the chain is the advisory body, the National Security Advisory Board.
- Furthermore, the council was a purely advisory body and had no powers to legislate.
- It was hoped that he could be persuaded to wait on the committee in an advisory capacity.
- The agency and the Scottish executive are set to work much more closely with industry through a new advisory body.
- Nevertheless, this advisory body was not provided with the power to effectively enforce recommendations.
- The ministerial advisory committee must consult the public - that is a very strict requirement.
- He has chaired the council - an advisory body to the National Assembly - for the past 11 years.
- There was also a ten-member Consultative Council, an advisory body.
- In addition, to maintain credibility as a scientific advisory body, the council needs to speak with one voice.
- The inquiry's powers are entirely advisory and its purview has been defined by the Tory government itself.
- The measures stress that the council will be strictly an advisory body, with no executive powers.
- We do have an advisory body, but what we need is more active coordination and regulation, " he stated.
- It is likely that the advisory committee will adopt recommendations on the subject this fall.
- There is bound to be an ethical uproar when the advisory body reports its recommendations.
- A Yorkshire assembly would have mainly advisory and planning powers.
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