In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(foreign nationals) recluir(foreign nationals) confinar
1Medicinehacer las prácticasser interno
- I gave up a $60k job to intern without pay for 6 months.
- In the pilot, she is interning at a DA's office, on her way to law school, but the dreams of missing children and dead people impel her to use her ‘gift’, so she faxes police offices offering her help.
- While interning, she had an opportunity to observe an area of engineering that was more interesting to her, and she will be focusing on that area electrical engineering in graduate school.
- B has interned at the libertarian Center for Individual Rights, and has written a law review note urging Congress to narrow the scope of civil rights laws.
- I was lucky enough at 19 to spend a long summer of very late nights interning at KMOX.
- The lab I'm interning for now only has me as the paper girl… I'm not behind any of the action.
- Stone begins law school at the University of San Francisco in the fall; over the summer she sublets a Berkeley apartment while she interns for Bay Area Legal Aid.
- Studying and interning at formal clinical locations, she became more attracted to alternative approaches because conventional methods leave very little room for spirituality.
- Champagne interned at West Jacksonville five years ago and decided to stay.
- She suggested that in order to get these stories on the air, youth should have more opportunities to intern in the mainstream media or to make their own media.
- Before I graduated college I had worked on several campaigns and spent a summer interning in the NC State Legislature.
- I requested permission from my California Army National Guard commander to drill in Washington DC during the summer of 2002, where I was interning after my first year of law school.
- I'm happy for Morella because she is a gracious lady who provided excellent service for her constituents and was very nice to my daughter when she interned for her.
- While at the University of Georgia I interned in the office of Lt. Governor Zell Miller, and learned the legislative process in the state Senate.
- Also, look in to starting a model UN club at school, or volunteer or intern at a local NGO that works with UN or UN issues.
- Here is the thing, I agree with you on everything you say, and I wish you could run for something, because I would intern for you, not that it wouldn't be sketchy interning.
- But while interning in Boston, he met another woman, spent a dinner and a night with her, and fell in love.
- During the summer of 1965, when I was 21, I roomed with two actors in Woodstock, New York, where they were interning at the Woodstock Summer
- I spent the time interning with the Citizens' Commission on Civil Rights.
- I'm interning over at the Van Doren Theater in the administrative offices.
2(of student or trainee)hacer las prácticas
1Medicineinterno masculineinterna feminine
- The 422nd also is working on getting lecture halls and classrooms repaired to allow the Center to provide continuing training to its interns and resident doctors.
- The government is deploying recently qualified medical interns to hospitals in an attempt to break the strike action, which has affected more than 900 district and rural hospitals.
- Furthermore, women receiving publicly funded care go to overcrowded hospitals staffed by interns and residents who are overworked and insufficiently trained.
- The strikes are the latest in a series of protests over the last few months by staff in the public health service including doctors, midwives and hospital interns.
- The hospital's 65 interns were also on strike out of solidarity with the residents.
- What do medical students, interns, and residents ever read nowadays?
- Together the studies included about 900 physicians, interns, residents, and medical students and more than 3700 patients.
- Medical interns who work long shifts usually suffer from a lack of sleep, and that lack of sleep makes them just as dangerous on the roads as drunk drivers, according to a new study.
- During her 11-year tenure, she conducted a very successful training program for dietetic interns.
- Hospitals in this city are operating without doctors, with overextended nursing staffs and interns keeping most hospitals open.
- However, as an intern on rotation to obstetrics and gynaecology, I feel that I must have attended a billion deliveries this month.
- A recent study of interns and residents underscores the impact of sleep on performance.
- One of my patients, who I met in the hospital as an intern, asked me out a few months after I was no longer caring for her.
- Remember the specialist has studied for at least 11 years, during which time he or she worked as an intern and medical registrar.
- Postdoctoral supervision for registration or certification can also incorporate opportunities to supervise interns or other practitioners under supervision.
- He said the kind of training that interns received varied from hospital to hospital.
- Duchamp's brother Raymond was a medical intern in the 1890s at a hospital where Albert Londe pioneered X-ray photography in France.
- The young man, an intern at the hospital, gasped.
- In addition a number of practicing pharmacists and physicians accepted the challenge of supervising the interns at their working places.
- There are many other opportunities for the intern, either pediatric or obstetric, or the family practice resident to gain skills in the intubation of larger infants.
2(in career development)(persona que trabaja bajo supervisión a fin de adquirir experiencia profesional) pasante masculine
- Whether you graduated fairly recently or some time ago, we likely all share the same view that there is a vast amount of professional knowledge we never gained as undergraduates or interns.
- He and student interns rely on computer databases to track the hundreds of plants in production throughout the facility's five greenhouses.
- Many firms I have worked with hire student interns during the summer to produce high-quality plans and drawings.
- For the first four years of its existence, SAR was only one full-time employee, with student interns and volunteers helping out.
- Student interns must place these turtles on the ground in front of the oncoming tornadoes, then get the hell out of the way.
- He also works as an intern at MSU's student-run organic farm, home to a CSA that operates an incredible 48 weeks.
- Twenty student interns make it out, and I finish our first major document, the Field Manual, which absorbs the syllabus.
- And, it found an unexpected bonus - student interns and workers.
- This means a consistent schedule for student interns of Tuesday and Thursday afternoons for four to five hours each day, requiring no pay, and providing their own transportation.
- In 2003, two alumni returned for a second year of summer work, and three new students were hired as interns.
- Clearly, mentors can shape the professional use of humor by their trainees and interns through their explicit contingent approval of any efforts toward the appropriate use of therapeutic humor.
- Every July student interns come to TFI to research everything from the improving water quality of local streams to using ants as indicator species for forest regeneration.
- We would never be able to make it without the number of student volunteers and interns.
- While paying an intern is probably not required, just understand that students are motivated by money too.
- The project may be based on a suggestion from the SFI mentor, an idea from the student intern, or a combination of the two.
- Maybe your manager can look into hiring a student intern to be assigned the task of serving customers on the phone.
- Most people would see a problem in the example I just gave, but how about this one: A student intern came to work at a church for a year.
- It's the very work architecture students and interns here have long cut their teeth on.
- Training for the student interns will be done during the week of May 13-17.
- The rationale for this change is that the current curriculum is too theoretical and interns do not gain all exit competencies necessary for service delivery.
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