In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1he's a card-carrying member of the party — es un miembro activo del partido
- Once a card-carrying member of the Communist Party, she recalls rallies and marches during the turbulent Thatcher years.
- Nevertheless, a former card-carrying member of the Nazi party, Kurt-Georg Kiesinger, became chancellor.
- In Launceston thousands of card-carrying union members hailed Comrade John as a hero of the proletariat while in Sydney the heir to Australia's biggest business fortune declared his support for the Prime Minister.
- I believe no-one should be discriminated against because they choose to be a card-carrying member of the BNP or just choose to vote for the BNP.
- He, of course, was pilloried by the Labour Party at the time, and by the usual card-carrying members of the Labour Party working in the media.
- Even card-carrying members of the Columnist's Guild get caught up in the New Year's passion for self-betterment.
- They continue to meet and act as if they were legitimate card-carrying members of the Fianna Fáil party.
- The meeting may have been called by the Scottish Socialist Party but the audience of 30 or so consists of the curious and the cynical as well as card-carrying members.
- While an undergraduate at Yale he discovered Marxism and became a card-carrying member of the Communist Party USA.
- Firstly, there were about one million card-carrying members of the Bulgarian Communist Party, at all levels of society.
- He need only speak to his union members around this country who are card-carrying members of the Labour Party - good competent prison officers - and hear what they have to say.
- Though one of us used to work for the United Steelworkers and another's been a card-carrying member of the NDP, we tend to leave the old-school lefty ideation to others.
- I have been a card-carrying member of Montreal local 406 of the American Federation of Musicians several times in my life.
- It was interesting you know, card-carrying members of the Labour Party wouldn't look me in the eye.
- The literature on the subject has also clearly demonstrated that Heidegger was a card-carrying member of the Nazi party and that he carried out Nazi reforms when he was in a position to do so, and with some enthusiasm.
- Although I have never been a card-carrying member of any political party, I have always had a soft spot for people of conviction who are either prepared to stand for election themselves or work tirelessly on behalf of others.
- Eight and a half million Germans had been card-carrying members of the Nazi Party.
- Martin Amis, whose famous novelist father, Kingsley, spent decades as a card-carrying member of the Communist Party, wants to arrest the left's laughter so as to indict the left's memory.
- Yeah, nearly all of them were card-carrying Party members, but none of them were particularly distinguishable politically.
- There were a couple of card-carrying Labour Party members in the audience and they argued against any move to affiliate to the SSP.
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