In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ley marcial femininethe country is under martial law — se ha impuesto la ley marcial en el país
- Sometimes, the military rules directly and calls it martial law.
- Instead he is talking of changing legislation to allow the imposition of martial law.
- Even to the pillars of our society, the days of hiding behind civil law, martial law and cannon law are gone.
- There is a state of emergency or martial law; there are military cordons and official broadcasts.
- He criticised martial law but warned of bloodshed and civil war, counselling patience rather than defiance.
- The state of civilian emergency can be upgraded to a state of military emergency, under which martial law can be imposed.
- She did not say if the end of martial law would mean the end of major military operations in the province.
- The following day, martial law was declared and the troops rolled in.
- The Government has responded by declaring martial law and pouring thousands more troops into the region.
- Afterwards a state of emergency will be declared and martial law instituted.
- Sometime in the past some giant disaster had caused martial law to be declared.
- This may be considered military law which should not be confused with the term martial law.
- In response, Charles imposed martial law and applied it to soldiers and civilians alike.
- The military had been sent to keep martial law, but because of the wars, they were pulled out.
- Some military leaders and others believe that martial law must be imposed, but this offers little comfort.
- We were still deep in the repression of martial law, or post-martial law.
- Nor do we declare martial law to keep our people from voting for the kind of government they want.
- The town was closed to journalists while fresh troops were brought in and martial law declared.
- The general wanted to impose martial law, but the president opposed it.
- Moreover, it considers that the crimes occurred at a time of civil war, and thus fall under martial law.
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