In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Can someone explain to me why on earth an institution of higher learning is involved in the peddling of the last legal drug?
- I talk to a Bronx priest who argues that life would be better if drugs were legal.
- It is a legal drug and it can be used as a substitute for heroin.
- He contends the rules for marijuana should be the same as for legal drugs and should place the onus on the individual.
- When we debated the legalisation of drugs, he sai that he believed all drugs should be legal.
- The government have the proof of the dangers of smoking, yet this is a legal drug.
- I guess it's something about the combination of low taxes and legal drugs that strikes their fancy.
- In other words, the big killers in Scotland are the legal drugs - tobacco and alcohol.
- The number of workers required for a legal strike to go ahead is often too high.
- Is it legal to sell prescription drugs through multi-level marketing?
- Who would have thought legal drugs could ever be so dangerous?
- Alcohol is, of course, a legal and socially acceptable drug, even though it may actually be more harmful to the body than some of the illegal drugs.
- Researchers told a group of top athletes they were taking a legal drug that is known to boost performance and allow them to run faster.
- For example, an official resident permit is still required for legal residence and work in Moscow.
- He says one of the main aims in producing the pills was to provide people with a safe and legal alternative to illegal drugs.
- The same applies to illicit drug use or dangerous levels of consumption of alcohol or legal mood-altering drugs.
- Prozac is legal as a controlled drug given on prescription for depression.
- Until the late 19th century, all kinds of recreational drugs were legal throughout the Western world.
- By far the most dangerous drugs are legal, with alcohol and tobacco, accounting for 150,000 deaths every year.
- Many were introduced to alcohol, legal and illegal drugs at tender ages.
1.2(founded upon law)(constraint/rights/requirement/contract) legalhe is the legal owner — es el legítimo propietario
- the contract is legal and binding — el contrato tiene validez legal y es obligatorio para las partes
- she was below the legal age — no tenía la edad establecida por la ley
- they decided to make their relationship legal — decidieron legalizar sus relaciones
- Oh sure, it's a legal requirement for someone such as me who is a contractor.
- Sofia City Court denied the newly formed movement party registration on grounds of failure to meet legal requirements.
- Presently car owners have the right to go where they please, even into the centre of York provided they and their vehicles meet legal requirements.
- The only way to encourage such a process is raising the legal requirement for the size of banks' capital.
- All farms registered under the scheme must reach and maintain a level of compliance which far exceeds the legal requirements.
- The draft laws also impose stricter legal and administrative requirements for new parties to be eligible for the elections.
- Complaints requiring legal action will be forwarded to the Ministry of Justice.
- There is no legal requirement to register as a charity, nor is any agency charged with maintaining such a register.
- You should get your independent contractor agreement in writing, although that is not a legal requirement.
- They claim its contrary to the trust's legal requirements.
- As for the legal requirements a Specialised Bureau for Customers Identification was established with the bank.
- These companies have a legal requirement to tell us they are meeting quality standards.
- The way in which legal requirements hinder police getting the job done may be another.
- The other vehicles in its fleet do not meet the legal requirements and in effect should not be allowed on the road.
- There is no legal requirement to do so as the firms cannot avail of limited liability status.
- He said he had complied at all times with the Commissions' legal requirements.
- Once that decision is made, airlines will then have a year to put their houses in order, before the new legal requirements come into force.
- He says Walmex simply keeps the contracts on hand to meet legal requirements.
- But Mrs Rutins said it was a legal requirement for all councillors to be supplied with the correct information.
- It is a legal requirement that all competitors and their boatmen wear a life jacket.
2(relating to legal system, profession)(problem/system/adviser) jurídico(problem/system/adviser) legal(department) jurídicolegal costs — costas feminine
- the legal profession — (lawyers) los letrados
- she entered the legal profession — se hizo abogada
- she has started legal proceedings against them — ha procedido (judicialmente) en contra de ellos
- to seek legal advice — consultar a un abogado
- we will be forced to take legal action — nos veremos obligados a poner el asunto en manos de nuestro(s) abogado(s)
- Regulars in a Westbury pub are backing a landlord's bid to overturn the decision to revoke his late licence by contributing towards legal fees.
- This was no doubt the expensive legal advice it was given.
- The meeting was adjourned for more than half-an-hour with the public excluded while the panel sought legal advice over the claim.
- But Finnie rejected both calls by quoting the legal advice he had been given by Scottish Executive civil servants.
- But he has ended up with thousands of pounds worth of legal fees.
- Texas's public defence system which provides legal advice for those who can't afford it, is notorious for its abysmal standards.
- Over the past two years, a weekly drop-in centre with access to legal advice and translation services has been set up at a local community centre.
- When he got sued a few years ago, he invited people to contribute to his legal fees by sending him some personal details and some money, and he would write a song about them.
- The legal system is based on modified Roman law, with strong protection for the rights of the accused.
- Please note that advice is given without legal responsibility
- The paper presents several such studies, some of which have direct bearing on the legal system.
- That is a difficult question, and its difficulty results from a deep ambiguity in our legal system.
- Many lenders give incentives to switchers, such as help with valuation fees and legal expenses.
- ‘We will take legal advice but the appeal process can be very lengthy and expensive,’ he said.
- Ms Ray, 53, is now seeking legal advice with a view to seeking compensation from Channel 4 and Ramsay.
- He declined to name them but said he advised the officials to seek legal advice and to speak with their insurers.
- Mrs Collins has lodged an official complaint with the firm and is considering seeking legal advice.
- Peter Ball, who represents residents in the Blackfriars area, strongly denies the claims and has sought legal advice.
- The failure of our legal system to take this question seriously in any systematic way is troubling.
- After further legal advice, the council chief executive, David Atkinson, agreed the motion could be discussed.
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- Sudler handed Mr Cool a sheet of yellow legal paper and sauntered out.
- The deed was on posh legal paper.
- When he saw something of note, he scrawled it on a folded up piece of yellow legal paper he kept in his coat pocket.
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