In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1conformidad femininehe shows a slavish conformity to fashion — es un esclavo de la moda
- The influence of autonomous public opinion on legislation ensured that such legislation would be in conformity with reason - otherwise the rule of law would be little more than a cruel and empty phrase.
- In these each aspirant's contribution was judged, in conformity with strict, somewhat pedantic rules, on his song's sacred content: its prosody, its rhyme, and its melody.
- Leaders must act in conformity with these accepted standards as they carry out the activities mandated by society.
- This is generally in conformity with the court decision, save that it puts no controls on when strip searches may be done in a police station.
- The State must evolve a legal framework for development of tourism in conformity with international standards, and create conditions for the promotion of cultural tourism.
- In the first place. it is for the legislature to ensure that national legislation is in conformity with the rules of the Convention.
- If the national measure is based merely upon the international standard, but not in conformity with it, there is no presumption in its favour, but a complaining member must make a prima facie case in favour of inconsistency.
- The staff expressed the hope that the administration and governing board would act in conformity with these standards.
- The new administrators would take their instructions from the party, would be responsible to the party, and would conduct affairs in conformity with the party's priorities and aspirations.
- ‘Apart from the formation of the layout, the state also wants to ensure it is done in conformity with the law and it is also hassle-free,’ he said.
- To what extent is this in conformity with the EU's requirements?
- If, on the other hand, the families of the deceased refused to show mercy and, instead, demanded justice in the form of a life for a life, the State was obliged to enforce capital punishment in conformity with the law of equity in justice.
- We would look at it in conformity with Spanish law.
- The new rules has been formulated in conformity with the guide lines earlier issued by the Supreme Court.
- Treatment of the sewerage is in conformity with the regulations and standards set by the Environmental Council Zambia.
- The staff again urged that the dismissal action be rescinded and that any further action be in conformity with generally accepted standards for academic due process.
- These objectives restate the Government's absolute commitment to act in conformity with international law, including the United Nations Charter and international humanitarian law.
- All surgical interventions and anesthesia were conducted in conformity with institutional guidelines.
- The measures taken are bound nonetheless to remain in conformity with applicable international law.
- For emergency purposes we provide sufficient safety facilities like life jackets for passengers and all are in conformity with maritime regulations.
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