In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(de campaña) cocina feminine
- He joked that he only received the Military Medal ‘because I kept the cookhouse supplied with kindling wood!’
- Three times daily we all marched to the cookhouse to dine.
- The operation had been delayed and Corporal Green, who was to accompany the unit as chef, was returning to the cookhouse when the gun went off.
- They had a cookhouse with a wood stove and if you spoke out against management, you got put on the punishment block, you chopped wood all day.
- Between the homestead and the mill, Rutherford constructed huts for the workers, a cookhouse and a dining room which doubled as a hall, complete with library and piano.
- And with a ship docking it can run to 850 people tucking in at the cookhouse.
- Mr Williams said Montgomery's tactical unit included a series of mobiles housing a map room, cookhouse, offices, stores and even a mobile church.
- Initially dining rooms were uncommon: men messed in small groups in their rooms, with food collected from the cookhouse by one of their number.
- The Army padre led prayers for the war dead, their families, for the armed forces and for politicians in their efforts to create peace, during services held in a concrete aircraft hangar and a tented cookhouse.
- Danish culture is reflected in the design of towns, especially the ‘step streets’; street names; ovens and cookhouses; and red roofs.
- But outside, there was a sort of bench and tubs where they used to wash, and then you went along a boardwalk to the cookhouse.
- In its dormitories, there are more than 300 cells, four chapels, guest-rooms and a cookhouse.
- Later Guy Butler turned the old cookhouse at the village into an accommodation hostel.
- In the Army, soldiers were fed by lining them up at the cookhouse door and then dumping food on their held-out plates.
- Good, you can get down to the cookhouse and cook it.
- It reminded me of the classic cookhouse you'd find on a working ranch.
- Better still, I was entitled to double rations in the cookhouse.
- Visits were also made to cookhouses, messrooms and officers' messes, and the royal couple were presented to non-commissioned officers and their wives.
- By 1992, however, the Nation opened a health center and later built a cookhouse, a council house, a playground, and recreation facilities.
- British Army engineers detonate them in between planes taking off and landing in a series of controlled explosions that have become as routine to the troops guarding the airport as going to the cookhouse for breakfast every morning.
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