In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ayuntamiento masculinemunicipio masculine
- A small number of these soldiers even staged a protest at city hall.
- No expansion is planned for city hall, although there is provision in the land-use plan for future expansion.
- The summonses stem from a protest outside city hall on March 4.
- After receiving the petition, city administrators met at city hall and decided to call for a further clarification of the laws.
- As the group was leaving city hall, however, the Archduke asked to go to the hospital to check on those injured in the bomb attack.
- But the issue wasn't so cut and dried Monday afternoon at city hall.
- He went down to city hall to learn why his utilities cost so much, and found out to run water to our town, it cost the government next to nothing.
- I just want you to know that my partner and I were married at city hall on Thursday this week.
- I think we need to go beyond the doors of this city hall.
- I found out very quickly there were a number of special-interest groups who made city hall their private warren.
- The new presentation received positive response from the city administration and boat operators at a recent meeting in city hall.
- It would send a clear message to law breakers if this law breaker is taken out of city hall in shackles.
- I think it certainly raised serious questions about the enforcement of security going into city hall.
- He told them that he had dropped off his girlfriend at city hall but got tired of waiting for her, so he just grabbed his stuff and left.
- Philadelphia's new city hall was the tallest building in the world.
- Under some of the earlier job-training programs you would go down to city hall and show them you were poor and they'd give you a job.
- I was on the main level of San Francisco city hall from about noon until a bit after 5pm today.
- City administrators convened again at city hall on May 15 to discuss funding approval to continue operation of the plant.
- The incendiary bombs appeared to be abandoned near an old building several blocks away from city hall.
- We made peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in the park at city hall and finally got a good picture of the amazing tanks they use as police cars here.
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