In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(guiding principle)directriz feminine
- They also set a ground rule: Neither family has to do something they don't want to do.
- This is a thriller that cheekily defies the ground rule of keeping you in suspense about who did it.
- Just so you know, your Highness, there are a few ground rules to follow here.
- The ground rule on that subject would be never to make familiarity with one's earlier works necessary for enjoying or appreciating the current one.
- Before an interview, Johnson laid down the ground rule that he didn't want to talk about his Seattle days.
- The third ground rule, and the last, is that you must stick with your assignment.
- However, certain ground rules make good sense.
- I did tell all three guests that I'd provide them with a few guidelines and ground rules on how to conduct themselves here, but being lazy and incompetent, I never got round to it.
- They are brief (five to ten minutes), regular check-ins with simple ground rules.
- The ground rule up here that most people understand is there should never be more than four people flying in the area at any one time.
- Whether your blogs are by columnists or community members, there should be guidelines and ground rules that everyone is aware of.
- The rules I told you are ground rules; we'll make up the rest as we go.
- There should be two ground rules, at a minimum, for your employees.
- But before you get down to cashing in your discretionary calories, keep in mind the following ground rules for cheating without paying too high a price.
- Having some ground rules in legislation provides clear guidance to all parties, while preventing an abuse of power by the head of state.
- While the military set ground rules for coverage and attempted to grant access safely, journalists still were disappointed in the press pool arrangement.
- Another ground rule could establish one point of contact at each place where project staff are located.
- In essence, the exchange acts in a neutral capacity, setting the ground rules for buyers and sellers, who gather at the site and pay a fee for each transaction conducted.
- My first ground rule is always to tell the truth.
- One ground rule: I've had a policy of not editing comments of others, regardless of abusiveness.
2USSportregla de terreno feminineregla de campo feminineregla local feminine Venezuelabefore noun ground rule double — doble de terreno / de campo masculine
- The speedy Rizzo went all the way around the bases and scored to the delight of the fans-only to be sent back to third base on a ground rule.
- Under the ground rules of the Astrodome, the ball was in play.
- By establishing ground rules, the playing field can be leveled for all participants.
- He learned the hard way about a Wrigley Field ground rule.
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