In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(at trade fair)pabellón masculine
- The pavilion and the materials exhibited within are so simple that one cannot identify the country's characteristics.
- But, with a month to go and many of the temporary stands, pavilions and marquees needed to accommodate the 60,000 visitors a day still to be erected, is he at all nervous?
- Other ideas could, with luck, be tried out on temporary exhibition pavilions.
- But close up, the building is clearly much more substantial and tectonically satisfying than any temporary exhibition pavilion.
- Some 25 football fields would be needed to lay out all the pavilions and exhibition booths.
- Richly decorated, grand pavilions and tents stand at the ready.
- Rejected by the Universal Exposition of 1867, he set up a separate exhibition in a private pavilion, next to Courbet's.
- The company was one of 16 Irish companies that exhibited at the Irish pavilion at Telecom World in Geneva last week.
- It now includes 22 national pavilions with 840 exhibits from 38 countries.
- Aston Martins and Bentleys are on display in the auto pavilion just a stone's throw from the latest John Deere models.
- Is it sufficient, as the submission suggests, to provide for conversion as a temporary pavilion or exhibition space?
- In 1967, he hosted the British pavilion at the World Exhibition in Montreal, Expo '67.
- It represents Queen Victoria and family surrounded by imperial dignitaries gathered inside the pavilion of the Great Exhibition.
- It has been exhibited in museum and gallery venues around the world, and the exhibitors in the pavilion are looking forward to exposing attendees to the genre.
- Mr Brennan said some facilities which ‘starred’ last year when temporary pavilions were in place, such as the lawn canopies, would remain.
- The 1939 fair had pavilions from nations across the globe; there are two countries represented in the cards: Sudan and the Vatican.
- Then came the German pavilions at world fairs - in New York, in Chicago, in Buenos Aires, in Helsinki.
- In 1900 he received a commission by the Austrian government to decorate the Austrian pavilion for the World Fair in Paris of 1900.
- Ma'am, you'd hardly believe that I was once the owner of a great pavilion tent that was the attraction of the fair.
- Few visitors to the Russian pavilions at world's fairs, however, appreciated the serious nature the Russian revival held for Russians.
- The fair featured a pavilion decorated in the style of Hatshepsut's mortuary temple.
- The cricket pavilion at Bradford and Bingley, severely damaged by fire last April, is to be rebuilt.
- Participants in both activities will be able to buy refreshments at the pavilion.
- The area is known as a hangout for youngsters and over the years the club has been burgled and the cricket pavilion and allotment sheds nearby have been torched.
- The Escrick Park Estate has also created disabled access from the village through the wood to the cricket pavilion.
- But after they were damaged a more permanent memorial was placed over the door of the cricket pavilion.
- There were one or two venues where inspections were scheduled once the rain stopped, only for drizzle to return and keep the umpires in the pavilion.
- The result looks something like a cricket pavilion, complete with clock.
- Well, I'd say that a cigarette behind the cricket pavilion would be much better.
- A west Wiltshire town council is hoping to find new users for its cricket pavilion after the loss of a school as a paying tenant.
- A popular cricket club is set for a face-lift after it raised £250,000 to build a new pavilion at its ground.
- As a moth to a flame, the graffiti offenders appear to be drawn to the building used as a cricket pavilion, close by the entrance to the Tattenham Way Recreation Ground.
- No doubt, if those watching a match on television can see it, the match referee in the pavilion is also seeing it on his monitor.
- The vandalism to a cricket pavilion in Lake Meadows and the Noak Bridge Community Hall has caused misery to residents, according to community leaders.
- A cricket pavilion has been officially opened, 14 months after the old one was destroyed by arsonists.
- A groundsman miraculously walked away unscathed from a cricket pavilion that was turned to rubble when a boiler exploded.
- ‘We now have to replace two large windows in the cricket pavilion which will cost hundreds of pounds,’ he said.
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