In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1acontecimiento mediático masculine
- And then to reinforce this point, the Bush administration staged a media event that it hoped would get Americans back into the skies.
- The Bushites latest paint job was revealed at a media event staged in an Ohio factory.
- The idea was to stage a media event that would give legitimacy to an illegal war.
- The meeting was primarily a stage-managed media event.
- In each cultural event, the press created a media event.
- It's now a major media event, telecast live on Channel Four.
- Creating a media event designed to educate the politician to make him or her appear more sensitive to the constituency can help you and the politician.
- Although widely criticized as a tabloid media event, the trial forced the nation to address the issues of wife-beating and marital self-defense.
- Although this approach may conserve resources, it deprives a candidate of the benefits of staging a media event.
- This was a press conference of platitudes, a media event long on symbolism but short on substance.
- Will they find news or a manufactured media event?
- It was a media event, and everyone wanted a piece of the action.
- The destruction of the statue last week was a manipulated media event.
- And to provide a befitting finale to the media event, she even participated in the mock funeral procession of ‘justice’.
- Yesterday was but a media event, produced and directed by the Pentagon.
- He faked a media event that made it seem as if the war was over, which must mean that he has a very scant idea of what we are up against.
- Instead, he staged a goofy media event wherein he was seen yelling incomprehensibly at confused forestry workers and waving around a chunk of 2 by 4 at them.
- They must stage a media event of unprecedented proportions.
- This is the second time Chung has held a media event to draw public attention to the issue.
- But with Al and Tipper and what was, clearly, a major media event, I couldn't resist.
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