In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He led many delegations overseas to promote Victoria and to seek investment for its development.
- Many delegations saw the steering groups as an extra layer in an already overburdened hierarchy.
- Other workers should organise delegations to council picket lines in every area.
- Activists are also organising to get big delegations of students.
- Groups around Britain are organising delegations to send to the conference.
- The biggest job for us is to manage all the people involved, whether it be the delegations, the police, the government and so on.
- That's something I heard on a continuous basis when I met with American delegations.
- We offer services to identify agents and arrange appointments for business development delegations.
- The Foreign Ministry will encourage the exchange of business delegations.
- They also hope for further union delegations to extend the links of international solidarity.
- The international delegations were made especially welcome and placed right near the head of the march.
- Since then, the group has organized visits to the US for several legislative delegations.
- At the same time, each of the four delegations present includes Pashtun representation.
- A committee has also been set up to monitor delegations, ensuring that they meet protocol requirements.
- The office sifts the papers coming into the department and decides most of which papers and delegations the minister should see.
- The exhibition is a private event with government delegations invited.
- Negotiations began between delegations of the three parties on the formation of an Executive.
- But there is no automatic right of Scottish representation in UK delegations.
- Large numbers of trade unionists went on the anti-war demonstrations, but not in general as organised delegations.
- We get delegations of people who come to look at the store from different countries.
1.2also state delegationPolitics
(in US)grupo de representantes de un estado en el Congreso
- The delegation of those powers is a trend in the right direction, as provided for by this bill.
- The Government was right to realise the need for more delegation of powers from Whitehall.
- It contains a very comprehensive delegation of powers, including a power to sell or rent property.
- You have to trust them, you have to give them the power and delegation in terms of personnel finance and likewise other areas.
- A moment's thought will indicate why delegation of power to make regulations has been necessary.
- The delegation of regulatory powers to a transnational network is likely to raise even stronger doubts.
- One of the roles of the new committee is to appoint the UK delegation to general assemblies.
- There's no vote and no delegation of power to experts or a committee by the group.
- It appears that the trustees' power of delegation cannot be excluded by the settler.
2(act of delegating)delegación femininedelegation of responsibility is an essential skill — es esencial saber delegar responsabilidades
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