In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1dirección (de un colegio) femininethis is my first headship — este es mi primer puesto de director(a)
- Adam was the natural headship over the human race.
- As per the proposal, every three years, the headship of the department would pass on to the peers and if any department had fewer than three professors, the headship would pass on to the Readers and so on.
- ‘There's a lot of evidence that in Bradford senior posts, including headships, are only getting one or two, or no applications,’ he said.
- Emperor Saga retired from the throne in 823 at the age of thirty-eight, the same year he awarded Kukai the headship of the monastery Toji for use as a Shingon training center in the Heian capital.
- The supreme headship of the church was revoked by Parliament in December 1554 and acknowledgement made of the authority of the pope, who had sent Pole ‘to call us home again into the right way from whence we have all this long while wandered’.
- Ladki, the headship of a family does not pass to a daughter.
- No evidence was called as to the probability of her attaining a headship, or even the qualifications required for such a posting.
- There was still no law against Protestantism but Mary was using her headship of the church to dismiss married clerics.
- The separation of headship of state from the headship of government is a very important part of maintaining liberty.
- Another reader accused of such an act was only asked to resign from headship of the department.
- Evangelical ideals of husbands' headship as providers, leaders and decision-makers, and wives' subordination as helpmates and mothers were ideally matched to post-War ideals for family life.
- They suggest this could be achieved by rotating headship of departments.
- It is tragically true, that many men, Christian men, have abdicated their God-ordained calling in their homes and made it difficult for their wives lovingly to submit to their headship.
- Scripture tells us that the husband is head of the wife, but we are also warned that the headship is of a special kind: ‘as Christ is the head of the church’.
- Both men were told on Friday afternoon they would not be given headships and they are now considering their next career moves.
- The headship of the governments is upon the beast.
- But the difference of course was that Henry VIII wasn't really interested in changing anything other than the headship of the church.
- It does appears that headships are filled quickly in Bolton.
- I know this is painful for the ladies to hear, but if you get married, you have accepted the headship of a man, your husband.
- As some have suggested, Firth himself considered the possibility, which others of the ANU's founding fathers were pressing upon him, of assuming the inaugural headship of the institute.
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