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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- This is why most of them are installed not in the workspaces of the employees, but in boardrooms or conference rooms, where businessmen meet and greet their clients.
- To add a personal note to this review, ethnography's limits are reached at the boundaries of specific and discreet social worlds, whether they be boardrooms or bar rooms.
- When he changed careers, he worked his way up from the mail room to the boardroom.
- From newsrooms to boardrooms to classrooms, America's high priests of culture are working to promote it.
- We need to get in those boardrooms, those war rooms, those bastions of decision-making where no designer has ever been before.
- The devil's advocate gambit is extraordinary but certainly not uncommon since it strikes so regularly in the project rooms and boardrooms of corporate America.
- A business centre including translation services is on hand, and two boardrooms and one meeting room provide space for business to be conducted.
- It has been an American epidemic, an unspoken marketing strategy in boardrooms and front offices all over when it comes to cultivating buyers.
- This scenario is played out daily in boardrooms, war rooms, presentation centers and other business communications facilities throughout the world.
- Ministers are already being instructed to relaunch a charm offensive, hitting the boardrooms and factories regularly to sell the government's achievements.
- The tours' starting point will be the players' entrance in the main car park and include trips to both dressing rooms and the boardroom.
- Raise it for debate in the pub and it's likely to illicit a collective groan, but in boardrooms and dressing rooms it has greater currency.
- The new extension will include a boardroom and meeting rooms.
- But what about the upper middle classes who fill up corporate boardrooms, elegant drawing rooms and exclusive clubs?
- This is ideal for the smaller monitors, allowing it to be used in boardrooms for video conference calls or in your living room.
- In the chop houses, boardrooms were big rooms crammed with desks for the brokers and cold-callers.
- The business centre comprises of one office room, a boardroom and a number of work stations.
- A ballroom, two boardrooms and five meeting rooms are also on the cards.
- The conference centre will have a variety of boardrooms, meeting and syndicate rooms providing the most advanced technology systems.
- There are 11 separate conference, meeting and boardrooms, all offering the latest audio-visual and technical facilities.
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