In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
(as title)mariscal masculine
2.1masculine jefe de policíafeminine jefa de policíamasculine jefe de bomberosfeminine jefa de bomberos
- They were refused entry to the tavern and immediately went to the Canton Station in search of the Police Marshal.
- You can call a fire marshal to inspect the house.
- All, however, reserve special praise for the South Shore fire marshal, whom they say has been an enormous help in planning the space.
- Officials from the fire marshal's office were gathering information at the site for most of the week, but would not release the cause of the fire.
- The government already has three assistant fire marshals who inspect new buildings in the territory, and they may soon be joined by a fourth.
- The authority for fire regulations for each state is governed either by the fire marshal or the state department of health.
- ‘Luckily our fire marshals reacted in time and prevented the total loss of an expensive participating vehicle,’ he said.
- Working on an emergency action plan with a fire department or fire marshal helps to build rapport in the event of an emergency.
- The fire marshal's office and county police responded and examined the package, then called the Virginia State Police.
- A local fire department or state fire marshal's office can provide guidance on the minimum legal requirements.
- As building inspectors, fire marshals and riot police rally against them, the squatters continue to fight for decent shelter and survival.
- He knew that social status depended on landed wealth, so he fixed high salaries for marshals, judges, and bishops, and membership of legislative or representative bodies was limited to the rich.
- The judge, marshal supervisor, prosecutor and other participants develop a plan designed to anticipate the security needs during trial.
supervisor de los tribunales de un distrito judicial
3(at public gathering)miembro del servicio de vigilancia masculine
1(muster)(troops/crowd) reunir(support) conseguir(patience/courage) armarse de
2(organize)(arguments/thoughts) poner en orden(evidence) reunir
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