In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1marcha cerrada femininethe liberals march in lockstep with the right wing of the party — los liberales y la derecha del partido van hombro con hombro
- an alternative to the lockstep of college education — una alternativa a la rigidez de la educación universitaria
- Advertising markets in Asia were growing weaker in lockstep with the slowing U.S. economy.
- I think there are risks for us in being too much in lockstep with the United States, and I think in this period that that is something we should think very carefully about and review carefully.
- It may have been cheeky to argue for lockstep loyalty to a rightwing Republican administration by invoking the great anti-fascist struggles of the last century, but it worked.
- In lockstep with mistaken corporate practice, some of the current higher education policy wonks argue that tenure needs to be adjusted to make faculty less hard on the leadership of their CEOs.
- You can't take a linear, lockstep pace in this situation.
- One-size-fits-all standardized tests are driving curricula, and top-down reforms are mandating lockstep procedures for classroom instructors.
- She asks us to try to think with the Tradition, using it as a light for reflection, not a slide rule for infallible moral calculus that must always produce monolithic lockstep agreement.
- With the Democratic Party voting in lockstep with the Republicans, the Senate approved the measure 96 to 0, and the House of Representatives passed it by a vote of 410 to 12.
- You know, I don't have to get in lockstep with a party, and I don't have to hire party cronies.
- Certainly we can socialize with people without being in philosophical lockstep with them, as long as you both are open to developing either a mutally respectful or a hilariously meanspirited dialogue about your differences.
- And that in itself will persuade the allies to fall into lockstep.
- By crushing the traditions of the Senate he would pack the courts, especially the supreme court, with lockstep ideologues.
- The TV stations are giving the images of huge crowds full value; while even newspapers in lockstep with the government are finding it hard to maintain their position; although The Australian battles on gamely.
- The pace of growth between 1901 and 1911 had been so rapid, and there were so few clouds on the horizon, that most people saw the future unfolding in lockstep with the previous decade.
- Or students can enrol in the lockstep program where they take no more than six credit hours per semester and complete the program in five semesters.
- TV commentators and print journalists alike have, with rare exceptions, fallen into lockstep behind the administration's campaign of lies.
- In lockstep with the two parties in Washington, the state administration places the blame for the crisis in the schools on the teachers and staff members who struggle every day against deteriorating conditions.
- Now it is possible to concentrate income quickly through the globalized financial system which grows in lockstep with the increasing concentration of income upward.
- In most professions, the best workers usually get the top pay - a situation that once held in teaching, before the unions arrived on the scene and began to mandate lockstep salaries.
- Among them was whether a judge votes in lockstep with other judges nominated by the same political party.
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