In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- We need a House with more scientists; we have enough lawyers in Parliament as it is.
- It is now up to the Commission to submit a new, or the same, proposal to the Parliament.
- The Parliament can request the Commission to draft legislation for debate in any area.
- The courts are to have due regard to the legislation as an expression of the will of Parliament.
- To move it could involve changing an act of Parliament which governs the use of the downs.
- Electioneering promises that go beyond the life of a Parliament are thus mere wind.
- The Bill passed the committee stage and is now close to sailing through Parliament.
- He has suggested it to no one connected with the Parliament, nor is he willing to.
- If Parliament had any such intention, it would surely have made its intention plain.
- So Parliament must get on with making this new law effective as soon as possible.
- Rather, it is a case of the Parliament choosing its battles more judiciously than in the past.
- There is a view that our Parliament has fallen in esteem because of legislation from Europe.
- The annual budget only comes into force once the President of the Parliament has signed it.
- If this does not occur, the next step is for the Parliament to have its second reading of the budget.
- The Head of State was a President who was elected by Parliament for seven years.
- The Parliament has the power to reject the budget and fire the Commission if it so chooses.
- Some of the proposals in the White Paper will need to be passed by Parliament before they can go ahead.
- It is not difficult to understand the reason Parliament adopted the approach that it did.
- Her main supporters in the Parliament have stood aside for her, but at what price?
- Anyone care to tell me whether this bill made it though Parliament this week?
2Parliament(in UK etc)masculine Parlamentofeminine legislaturato stand for Parliament — presentarse como candidato a parlamentario / diputado
- during this Parliament — durante esta legislatura
- Members of a corrupt parliament are ready to make deals with whomsoever has anything to offer.
- I was delighted when we won the referendum and becoming a member of the parliament was the icing on the cake.
- The country elects a new parliament in February, lawmakers more closely aligned than ever before with President Mohammad Khatami.
- He has been a member of Parliament in five parliaments.
- This was not helped by the fact that the new Parliament was patently not ready for the occasion.
- Both of these were bills that were lost when parliament dissolved for the election.
- Again there is doubt over funding increases in the final two years of the Parliament.
- The next governments, presidents and parliaments had a quite inconsistent policy towards the BOC.
- He can dissolve the parliament, and nominate people to all the key state functions.
- As a professed radical, he was to prove a singularly jaded observer of parliaments, parliamentary processes, and parliamentarians.
- Rather than lose the vote, she dissolved parliament on October 10 and called an early election.
- In November 1987, a new parliament was elected and a new cabinet appointed.
- Parliament may pass a human rights act, but a future parliament could repeal or emasculate it.
- For centuries Britain, and now almost all nations, has relied on elected parliaments, congresses, prime ministers and presidents to set the rules.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.