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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- Different flat-rate payment schemes would also operate between land in ‘severely disadvantaged areas’ and all other land.
- Environmentalists prefer flat-rate payments per area of land cultivated to reduce incentives to increase production.
- The principle of charging virtually every adult a flat-rate charge was bitterly opposed.
- The campaigners reckon the Treasury should replace a tax on the weight of tobacco with a flat-rate charge per cigar.
- At best, phone companies will be able to charge a flat-rate fee for service; at worst they will have to give voice calls away.
- The cheapest way is to transfer the shares into an online broking account, many of which offer flat-rate charges of around £10 a deal.
- There could be a flat-rate government payment to women in the workforce, which employers could top up.
- In Wales and Northern Ireland, you will get a flat-rate contribution of £100 a week towards your nursing care.
- This entitles you to travel on most (though not quite all) buses running in York at a flat-rate fee of 37p for a single journey.
- Things that might help include the introduction of broadband digital subscriber lines and flat-rate internet access.
- Doyle said, however, that she could not mandate flat-rate internet packages.
- We are quickly headed toward a flat-rate communications world whether mobile operators like it or not.
- Mr Evans said the flat-rate fee was just a ‘one off’ and the normal charges would resume after the holiday.
- Greece seems to be the latest convert, and is expected to announce a switch to a flat-rate system.
- Backbench critics have proposed a £2,500 flat-rate fee, in place of the variable charge.
- It aims to hold tuition fees at their current flat-rate level of £1,125 a year, preventing universities from charging varying amounts for courses, which rebels claim would create a two-tier system.
- Thanks to competition you can now buy and sell US shares for a flat-rate charge of just £15.
- Better options are the flat-rate services, like digital subscriber lines, satellite internet connections, or cable modems.
- Accessible cabs need to be booked in advance and charge expensive flat-rate fares (though city hall is taking a look into this inequity now).
- Businesses pay a flat-rate premium of $19 a year, unchanged since 1991, for each covered employee or pensioner.
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