In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(in physical object)(structure/wall) interno(examination/organ/injuries) interno[ S ]not for internal use — para uso externo
- When large bones, such as the pelvis or femur are fractured, there will be internal bleeding from the bone and this can cause similar symptoms.
- Typically, the patient presents with the arm held close to the body in abduction and internal rotation.
- Small venous branches from the internal mammary vein were clipped and divided.
- The boiler exploded with such force that it blew one door of the basement 50 ft away and demolished two internal walls.
- The 46-year-old was lucky to be alive after the explosion last Friday, which blew away the back door and shattered internal walls.
- These responses can occur when materials containing latex come into contact with the skin, mucous membranes, or internal tissues.
- A peptic ulcer is a sore in the lining of your stomach or small intestine. Left untreated, a peptic ulcer can cause internal bleeding.
- People who are aware of their internal body state apparently experience more anxiety and other negative emotions in daily life.
- This causes pain and can damage the body's internal organs.
- Blood vessels near the surface of the skin constrict to preserve internal body heat, reducing blood flow to the skin.
- Macerata was built on a hill with fortress-like walls and internal streets as confusing as a labyrinth, and today it still has many of those outer walls intact.
- The semi-detached bungalow's roof was blown off, the front windows were blown out and the main gable wall and internal rear wall were both blown down.
- This is over half a mile away and consists of one cubicle with an internal diameter of less than one metre.
- The real challenge is to find room for these added functions in kitchens that, despite side extensions and the removal of internal walls, are still smaller than most of us would like.
- The external and internal dividing walls are the only substantial structural elements remaining in the fire damaged section of the building.
- He has emptied the pub and knocked down old internal walls.
- The external and internal dividing walls were the only substantial structural elements remaining in the fire-damaged section of the building.
- Robert Hooke realized the value of auscultation and stated that it may be possible to discover the motions of the internal parts of bodies by the sound they make.
- It holds in body heat and cushions your internal organs against injury.
- This allows exposure of the entire length of the superior compartment of the internal auditory canal without injury to the cochlear and vestibular labyrinth.
- Nevertheless, the bare, internal glass walls would have looked better with some kind of covering, however small, on them.
- In some types the internal linings of the body can be affected, as well as the cornea of the eye.
- Coma occurs when the internal body temperature falls below 77° F.
- He or she separates the lining of the distal anal canal from the underlying internal sphincter muscle.
- Both use light to magnify and view the internal structures of the body.
- The architect's report points to a number of places where rain water has come through the walls and damaged the internal decoration.
- However, patients who have major duct injury may require internal drainage or pancreatic resection.
- Anecdotally, I have also been informed by neighbours that the internal walls in these houses are non-supporting.
- The internal wall remains missing from my office.
- These walls have no internal air gaps, no space to add insulation and so transmit heat very readily.
- This muscle thickens near the urethra to form the internal and external sphincters.
- He published an atlas showing the exact position of the internal organs of the body and their relations.
- Again the door was blasted open; the internal walls were destroyed, and all the diagnostic equipment was smashed and on the floor.
- It took firefighters an hour to cut her free from the wreckage in which she broke her neck and her leg, crushed her pelvis and suffered massive internal injuries including brain-stem damage.
- The ratio of the balloon external diameter to vessel wall internal diameter was 1.5-1.6.
- They include demolishing internal walls to expand into the three units along Manor Lane, which the shop owns, and display windows will be fitted.
- Although the internal walls are laid out to provide 14 bedrooms, all en-suite, they would be easy to rearrange into one big family house.
- There was some damage to an internal wall, but we are optimistic that our office should not have to be demolished.
- More smoke sensors will be installed and internal walls will be extended upwards into the roof void to create compartments to help to contain the spread of any future fire.
- The cushions are suspended in the canal by a connective tissue framework derived from the internal anal sphincter and longitudinal muscle.
- Her best friend and she had their first fight, only making Hannah's internal state of mind even more convoluted.
- Overclocking my brain, so that a mass of thoughts could present themselves on the internal television where my mind decides what to do.
- Many times we refuse to make that internal change in our minds.
- And anger, craving, jealousy, despair can create internal formations in our mind.
- Our observation may be employed either about external sensible objects, or about the internal operations of our minds.
- The nature of transformation I have in mind is both internal and external.
- It's times when I feel myself really start to get down that I know I need to read a book and get my mind off the internal conflict.
- This is where I personally so often experience an internal tension.
- But eventually even that fell apart under the withering internal gaze of my mind's eye.
- Open as they were, they offered a window to Chris' internal state of mind, and the despair and fear and misery she saw in them made her feel physically sick.
- Not only is it very soothing to the face and forehead, but it also clears the mind of all extraneous internal chatter.
- But the most important thing really is to quiet your internal dialogue and experience the stillness that's in you.
- The source of ideas is experience, the observation of external objects or of the internal operations of the mind, i.e. sensation or reflection.
- No matter how seemingly placid the surface response, those who fail to obtain the position will experience some internal distress.
- The sources of behavior are external (in the environment), not internal (in the mind).
- Yet, he expresses more internal torment with a few grunts and a couple of tobacco spits than most actors can with 10 pages of dialogue.
- Keep in mind that standards are internal; they are not something that you can or should push on to someone else.
- You organize with difficulty and you find yourself experiencing a lot of internal conflicts in your learning and life patterns.
- It could be just one man's internal torment and trying to express that.
- The internal sense mind is that which knows all objects.
2.1(within organization)(inquiry/document/dispute/mail) internointernal audit — auditoría interna feminine
- internal examiner — examinador interno
- It will also examine the audit system and other internal controls within the bank.
- Partitioning is also a great way of separating processes for different customers, either external organizations or internal departments.
- But at least it would not be within internal management of the system.
- One of the more intractable outsourcing relationships is when one organization manages another's internal systems.
- One suggestion already implemented was adding a subject line to the organization's internal messaging system.
- The unique building was the first in Scotland to have a private internal telephone system.
- Employees may search the organization's internal databases for electronic documents to help them complete their tasks.
- Operational perceived benefits are defined as the operational savings due to the improved internal efficiency of the organization.
- Capabilities are less tangible and result from the organization of resources, internal systems, and skills.
- The report revealed cases of bullying and intimidation of members, who also felt they could achieve little remedy through the existing internal complaints system.
- Some companies will employ similar methods on their existing employees for internal recruitment, training and development.
- Unless the IT infrastructure is truly unique, why is any organization still struggling with internal IT delivery?
- They appeal only to an internal audience: the organization's employees, in particular its managers.
- But the reports emphasized the internal split within the organization on how to handle this volatile talent.
- It is best suited to businesses that need the special capabilities of an internal digital telephone system.
- He said that other police officers called him from public phones in the building because they did not trust the internal telephone system.
- A six-station internal telephone system is linked via the operator's console to the external communications system.
- My estimation of him grew when we became involved in trying to make internal changes in our organization, some of which were focused on the treatment of people of color.
- Organizations that function as internal labor markets possess market power, usually because of the desirability of their jobs or the level of their wages.
- Nigel took charge of the cigarette while Pru used the ground-floor extension of the internal telephone system.
2.2(within country)(affairs/trade) interno
- He proposes legislation and a budget, executes the laws, and guides the foreign and internal policies of the republic.
- How do we draft a clause that says intervention is allowed if almost the entire world is outraged by the internal policies of a country, but not if it is just a private quarrel between one country and another?
- In a sense, the European Union has no internal policies.
- And second, it's probably not good to intervene in the internal affairs of a nation that is looking for a worthy path of development.
- Portugal led the small nations' campaign to present the sanctions as an unwarranted interference in a country's internal affairs.
- For the first time, the European Union has interfered directly in the internal policy of a member country.
- What I do think is that the US gov. is viciously exploiting this event as an excuse to carry out all sorts of sketchy activity, both in its internal and foreign policies.
- The Chinese government then condemned the Nobel Committee for interfering in its internal affairs.
- UN agencies have to balance universal human rights with the principle of non-interference in the internal affairs of member states.
- He just takes it for granted that a liberal internal polity shapes external policy.
- Decolonization was nearly complete so most insurgencies were internal struggles rather than wars of national liberation.
- Interference in the internal affairs of these nations now extends to demands of educational reform, and insistence on ‘democratisation’.
- We must also develop our own internal domestic violence policies so we can do more to assist the women who may become battered while they work for us.
- Britain should seek to recover control over all those aspects of domestic policy which do not directly impact on the internal affairs of another member state.
- An NGO must respect the norm of non-interference in the internal affairs of states.
- No one seems to think that the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations vests a power in Congress to regulate the internal affairs of other nations.
- The fact remains that brute force is boastfully invoked alike in the internal affairs and foreign policies of the totalitarian state.
- China can no longer argue that currency policy is an internal affair
- But since then, legislation and changes in internal policies have made information sharing much easier.
- Previously, the sovereignty norm codified in the UN Charter has operated to prevent intervention in the internal affairs of sovereign states.
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