In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- His first point was to show me that there were no checkpoints or other barriers.
- I took the back road passing through an abandoned checkpoint on the border.
- He was almost exhausted by the run from the entrance to the security checkpoint.
- He led both of us to a table at a security checkpoint just inside the entrance.
- Wednesday's statement said the two sides had decided to get rid of almost all barriers and checkpoints during the December 13-25 period.
- To strengthen border security and to combat smuggling, Pakistan is setting up more checkpoints along the border.
- Eradication of corruption at border checkpoints and improved collection of custom and excise duties were the topics on the agenda.
- He said that one of the main measures against the criminal groups, whose sources of income included smuggling, was to place security cameras at border checkpoints.
- Two young female staff aides carried it right through a security checkpoint.
- Fearful of another attack, people attempted to flee the bridge in both directions, but were hemmed in by the crowd and security checkpoints at the bridge entrance designed to restrict entry to just one or two individuals.
- With the right software, photographs of missing children could be sent to all border checkpoints and directorates of the Interior Ministry within seconds, he said.
- The documents were taken from them when they tried to travel abroad at border checkpoints.
- Placing barrier checkpoints and guards at the foot of the mountain is also part of the plan.
- When he entered he was stopped by a security guard at the entrances checkpoint.
- The two prime minters also expressed their readiness to open new border checkpoints and to improve the efficiency of those already in use for passengers and cargo.
- The new system introduced at the border checkpoints involves more close screening of those arriving and departing.
- Meanwhile, the Immigration Department will deploy 360 additional staff at border checkpoints to ensure smooth passenger flow.
- Gardai will man checkpoints at the different entrances.
- Before entering Jerusalem, we were stopped by border police at a checkpoint.
- Security checkpoints have been set up at every entrance, anyone entering the site will have to walk through a metal detector and there will be also be closed circuit television covering the area.
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