In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Generally speaking, where the proceeds are for less than £10,000, most life companies will be happy to accept a straightforward lost-policy declaration, countersigned by anyone over the age of 18 who is not a relative.
- When I first started work as a Health Care Assistant we were allowed to document any care or other relevant details that we had given to a particular patient in their files, this always had to be countersigned by the Registered Nurse.
- Via their parents, all were sent an information sheet, questionnaire (to establish smoking status), consent form to be countersigned by a guardian, and a freepost return envelope.
- The complainant countersigned the inspection form.
- In emergency situations, the prescription order must be countersigned by the prescribing physician or dentist within 72 hours.
- The Pharmacy Department requires that all Surfactant orders be signed or countersigned by the staff neonatologist.
- A record in the resident's money book showed the details of the money transferred into this account from their personal account for the purchases, and ‘this is signed by the resident and countersigned by the nursing officer in charge’.
- On 27 October 1994 Mr Amersi countersigned the letter accepting that basis.
- Finally, we signed and countersigned a declaration that under no circumstances would we dive deeper than 6m, nor deviate from the officially designated route as indicated by the phosphorescent orange guide ropes.
- The message, framed by America and countersigned by Britain, has been duly delivered, with impressive speed and efficiency.
- The results, with comments, were then entered on the term report, countersigned by the form teacher and head and sent to the respective parents.
- The waiver is countersigned by a representative of the jurisdictional public health agency of the person's intended U.S. destination.
- Patients received a letter from their medical facility countersigned by the project director informing them about the study and about a phone call to follow.
- To avoid any future problems he is recommending that joint submissions on behalf of colleagues should be countersigned by the councillors concerned.
- When a postal vote is delivered, it comes with a declaration form which must be signed by the voter and countersigned by a friend or relative.
- White and Jones were also found guilty of conspiracy to defraud the council by countersigning cheques for each other from the school fund.
- He contended that the premier's decision was not made on behalf of the government of KwaZulu-Natal, because it had not been countersigned by another executive member.
- The Proclamation which you have just heard read by the Governor-General's Official Secretary was countersigned by Malcolm Fraser.
- This document was countersigned by Ennis, the company secretary.
- Many schools run a system whereby parents are asked to sign the homework diary every week, which is countersigned by the tutor.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.