In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Many people I know are waiting until they see the detailed costing for the proposals before they judge whether one or the other is believable.
- That is according to a detailed costing of the project published in January of this year.
- Details and costings are to be obtained with a view to placing equipment on the area adjacent to the village hall.
- Being an engineer by profession, he then informed me that I should go to my bedroom and write a detailed costing for materials to construct a child's bike.
- While there may be support for the building of a world class facility, the public is entitled to full disclosure on the costings.
- Brochures and costings are to be obtained with the possibility of new equipment being provided on the play area.
- He said his company was still looking at the costings involved to see if it is affordable and these were expected to be complete in about six to eight weeks' time.
- ‘Speed could be worth a lot more to a client and we can give guaranteed costings,’ said one construction source.
- On each occasion his attempts were frustrated by questions raised on costings for the project.
- I attach an analysis of the likely costings of running your back office with our software.
- On Monday, at the council's environment and economic development committee meeting, he said he would like to see full costing of the event and a detailed plan.
- The option is only one of the possible scenarios likely to be outlined, with full costings, by the consultants.
- Original costings were based on 2001 figures, but have now been updated to take account of the 2003 revised estimates.
- The costings are, almost certainly, on the conservative side.
- The availability of more detailed costings of services will be essential in separating issues of entitlement and ability to pay.
- ‘We have presented all our costings to the regulator and he will make a determination thereafter,’ the spokesman said.
- Why was the original costing so extraordinarily high and what process meant it came down to relatively such an extraordinarily low figure?
- We will then be able to present some options with costings.
- A considerable sum of money has been identified to fund the work but final costings have yet to be confirmed.
- The lobby must also convince opponents of the scheme that costings will not run out of control.
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