In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- It also included a talk by a fire officer and a school liaison officer.
- In April 2002, he was jailed for six weeks for contempt of court for spitting at a police liaison officer in court.
- A prison liaison officer from York is helping to educate children about the perils of drug addiction through a Channel 4 documentary.
- The union plans to appoint a community liaison officer whose job it will be to lobby the council and provide answers to local communities.
- Some of the facilities provided include a liaison officer who discusses with disabled groups how the quality of services can be improved.
- Clubs must also provide qualified coaches, first aiders, child protection officers and a schools liaison officer.
- A liaison officer will travel with the team to ensure that the riders are safe.
- When asked by our liaison officer if he would see us, he agreed to do so - for just five minutes.
- One area where the force may have come in for criticism was in the lack of a liaison officer for missing children.
- The easiest way to handle this situation is to assign to the Ambassador a personal liaison officer.
- She and Peter also get visits from a police liaison officer, but the news invariably remains the same - no leads, no sightings, no reports.
- George emphasises that he is a liaison officer, not a police officer.
- He asked a police liaison officer to thank Mr Ward for what he was trying to do.
- As a wildlife liaison officer with North Yorkshire Police it is his job to ensure wildlife is protected and rural crime prevented.
- His wife is an educational liaison officer on heritage issues.
- A college-employed liaison officer would take over the staff post and the union would no longer have complete autonomy from the institution.
- The liaison officer can then discover what the patient needs.
- The racing car legend is an athlete liaison officer staying with the Australians in the village.
- Denise sobbed and hugged a police liaison officer as he was sentenced.
- As a police officer, he had also been the school liaison officer and his past experience in working with young people helped him decide which path his future should take.
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