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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- The aim of this highly contentious policy is to restrict the numbers of expats who may otherwise end up settling in Bermuda on a more permanent basis.
- So, Americans, where shall we go to form our own expat colony?
- The ad was for an expat magazine, and it focused on helping expats fit into Singapore culture.
- What advice does Jim, who has made being an expatriate his way of life, have for other expats?
- Johannesburg, where many expats settle, is in the process of transforming its centre with new apartment and office blocks.
- Another database would manage employment info for expats and their family members who want to work.
- Companies generally need to pay expats more than locals and there's a lot more red tape to go through to get them in.
- The local baker makes brown bread specially for the expats.
- They were great expats - warm and friendly they assimilated into our society quickly and strongly.
- However, it's a really friendly little place, run by various European expats.
- Since I am an expat European here in New Zealand, the issue of dual nationality has been bugging me for over a decade.
- Sean was obsessed with dissecting his market into expats and locals.
- When I read an item about a corporate baseball league made up mostly of expats in Shanghai, the old urge reared its head.
- New York's East Village is filled with both Japanese expats and a ton of sushi restaurants.
- Local hospital presidents are ambitious to attract more expats as well as travellers through lower costs.
- I've talked with many expats and their suggestions run from the sublime to the subversive.
- Many expats will be more comfortable with this full-service brokerage than with the more faceless online trading firms.
- We don't have a financial services authority or ombudsman in many of the countries where expats are.
- Drawing on her experience in this country, the only advice she would offer other expats is to see all that Bulgaria has to offer.
- Political intrigue, both in the host country and between the expats, only adds to the sense of drama.
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