In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(of country)constitución feminine
- Even from the standpoint of elementary bourgeois democratic principles, the constitution is a travesty.
- Nepal is now governed under a democratic constitution prepared by a commission over a period of three months.
- The fifteen member states bring to the Union their distinctive national histories, state traditions, constitutions, legal principles, political systems, and economic capacity.
- They believed Britain had abandoned the first principles of its constitution.
- State legislatures are a lot pickier about changing the federal constitution than the federal government is, and they often feel themselves to be at odds with the Feds over how to run their own territories.
- It is fundamental to our constitution that lawmakers are chosen by the electorate and accountable to the electorate for their decisions.
- All that the Government can think of is to hang on to power - never mind about the constitution, democratic principle, or what is right.
- Should the government collapse, the president assumes a decisive role because, according to the constitution, he has the responsibility for naming a new prime minister.
- The draft for a European constitution is intended to codify these conditions.
- This week they were obsessed with a proposed constitution for the European Union and whether to have a referendum on it.
- In any case, according to the constitution, he must formally reappoint the government following the presidential elections.
- Under the present constitution, a government is protected from removal for its first 18 months.
- This last point was directed against all those who question the present constitution as Spanish centralist and monarchist.
- The independence of the judiciary from political control or influence is a key principle of the British constitution.
- But it also says that no law may contradict democratic principles and that the constitution accepts all human rights conventions.
- Such clear contempt for the principles of the German constitution has seldom been so openly evinced by a leading politician.
- This is not to say that the only necessities for economic development are constitutions that establish limited government - either through checks and balances or federalism.
- Those of us who worry about the constitution will face the precedent that this Government has established of being able to tinker with judges.
- Some of us believe it is a fairly important principle of our constitution.
- That is a fundamental principle of our constitution..
1.2(of association, party)estatutos masculine
- In this way, it promotes new communitarian formulas and the constitution of individuality on the margins of the ethnic group, citizenry, and the state.
- This return of the ‘real’ marks an outside always present within discourse, for the outside is continuously abjected by discourse during its constitution.
- During its constitution, this system is shaped to be blind to the components of the organism itself and, at the same time, acquires an astonishing capacity to detect a myriad of structures, even ones which do not occur in nature.
- The Erie Brackish Water desalination plant shall be overseen by the Department of the Interior, both during its constitution and following its completion.
2(of person)constitución femininecomplexión feminineto have a strong/weak constitution — ser de constitución / complexión fuerte/débil
- This shows that in the early years of life the subject's health was poor or delicate, but with care, the subject in later years developed robust vitality and a strong constitution.
- People's complexions are different because their physical constitutions are different.
- There is a lot to be said for a healthy constitution: not just less constipation, but less colon cancer as well.
- Don't laugh, we with delicate psychological constitutions find life a bit much now and then.
- He was one of the originals; a slight weak man with a rather sickly constitution.
- This forms ‘congenital chi’ which determines the constitution of the individual throughout life.
- That is, sin has affected our individual constitution in such a way that it has rendered all human beings spiritually lifeless.
- Whereas our physical constitution is determined at birth, our guna is moulded by environment and influenced by nutrition.
- Unless planets are afflicted in Leo, the sign usually indicates strong vitality and a healthy constitution.
- Clinically, it has been used to treat patients with reduced physical strength, cold constitution, anemia and anorexia.
- They have natural ability, and they are graced with strong physical constitutions.
- And he has just ‘feminity’ enough in his constitution to find pleasure in spiteful personalities.
- It is now recognized that each of us has a particular genetic wiring which determines our temperament traits, our level of intelligence and our physical constitution.
- In fact the ancient herbalists believed that fennel gave strength to the constitution and made fat people grow lean.
- Although she had a weak physical constitution, she worked with great discipline, producing several hundred paintings in her short career, as well as many drawings and a few etchings.
- It can get embarrassing, and, quite genuinely may be of limited interest to persons of different constitution to the teller.
- Diseases, as well as a person's constitution, are also categorized in this way.
- This process highlights one of the truly bizarre characteristics of the Canadian constitution.
- The princess had too much mercury in her constitution to be long settled in any way of life whatsoever.
- We have largely ignored, however, the impact of ecological changes and public health measures on the constitutions of other species.
- A widespread saying in the country was that Japan used a cup of milk to strengthen the constitution of its people.
- The difficulty is to ensure that the resulting position is coherent with both our physical constitution and the closure of physics.
- I smacked my forehead and reached for the wall behind me; the hideous sight had suddenly weakened my constitution.
- They who attend to the mere size of the organs, and they who derive all from the influence of bodily constitution, or temperament, as it is called, are equally in error…
- But this cannot last long, even with people who have a strong physical constitution.
- He did not have enough humour in his constitution to be amused by her.
- Doctors believe more than half of asthma patients have allergic constitutions of various levels, which means they are very allergic to some materials.
- Depending on which elements are dominant in our constitution we display certain characteristics and tendencies linked to those elemental qualities.
- Westerners were often prone to neglect the ordinary precautions concerning health, which gradually weakened their constitutions.
3(make-up, composition)constitución feminine
- For example, whether an individual comes down with late-onset diabetes is a function not only of his or her genetic constitution but also of dietary history.
- The chromosome constitution of an individual can be analyzed following tissue culture of an appropriate sample.
- They are material, viz., temporary, full of ignorance and miserable, and thus just opposite to the original constitution of the soul.
- These may relate to the object's origins, as when we claim to perceive some living thing, or to its physical constitution.
- The proposal assumes, as seems reasonable, that the relation of constitution only ever obtains between persisting objects which are composite, as are the statue and the lump of bronze.
- The objective of this study was to determine the chromosomal constitution and sperm characteristics among Indian males with severe male factor infertility.
- As in mammals, both chromosomal constitution and cell interactions are involved in the development of germ-cell sexual phenotype.
- The emphasis in this study is on the conceptualization of composing in the documents within the framework of this broad constitution of the subject English.
- For analysis of the chromosome constitution a centromeric probe was not required.
- The experimenter points to an object of a certain shape and constitution, such as a wooden pyramid, and tells the young child ‘This is my blicket’.
- Advances in knowledge also indicate that a person's genetic constitution influences the risk of cancer after irradiation.
- Fossil sponges can be identified by the arrangement of their skeletons, which consist of collections of spicules with characteristic shapes and chemical constitutions.
- Even her insight is nothing more than the complex and dynamic active traces of her genetic constitution and personal history.
- She felt the mist around her gradually change shape and constitution as the control she had over her surroundings steadily escaped her.
- Microscopic inspection of different types of structures has revealed that proembryogenic masses are characterized by high interclonal variation of shape and cellular constitution.
- It's that kind of junk food, refined and processed foods, that particularly affect this genetic constitution.
- Genotype refers to the genetic constitution of the organism.
- The traditional Indian science of music has different ragas according to the constitution of the biological body.
- Primary qualities are those qualities that objects possess in virtue of their physical constitution.
- The particular powers had by a given object have their basis in its underlying nature - its chemical, physical, or genetic constitution and structure.
La Constitución de los EEUU, escrita después de que el país se independizara de Gran Bretaña, fue ratificada en 1789 por representantes de cada una de las trece ex colonias ( thirteen Colonies) que conformaban los Estados Unidos, incluidos algunos de los padres de la nación ( Founding Fathers - The Founding Fathers). La Constitución estableció los tres poderes de gobierno, el legislativo ( Congress), el judicial ( Supreme Court), y el ejecutivo ( President). La separación de poderes fue ideada a fin de evitar que cualquiera adquiriera demasiada autoridad. El texto básico de la Constitución nunca ha cambiado, pero desde 1789 se le han hecho 27 enmiendas. Las primeras diez enmiendas se conocen como the Bill of Rights
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