In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Bob, 37, works in the post room of a mail-order company by day and spends his free time videotaping his favorite bands.
- But if you need a courier in a hurry, or someone to cover while you pop to the shops, you may wish you'd been nicer to that mousy girl in the post room.
- My manager said that he had a similar problem when an urgent document was biked over and the post room couldn't work out what ‘urgent’ and ‘biked’ meant.
- To get round all this I simply enter the building every day through the post room.
- A gifted French locksmith managed to break into the post room before the Germans discovered the radios had been mailed to the castle.
- I think one of the guys in the post room may have a crush on me.
- I believe there are people in the design studio and the post room with army experience.
- Financial players are also having to spend masses of money on specialist training programmes in a bid to educate staff at all levels - from the post room right up to the chairman.
- They may only have one fax machine per building, situated in the post room or admin block.
- Those staffing the post room were evidently authorized by the company to receive mail on its behalf.
- She's been there the week on reception and in the post room.
- She checked that the gift was not hidden in the post room somewhere, but it was nowhere to be seen.
- The people in charge of the post room called the police, who proceeded to gingerly open the package.
- Paul has now enlisted the help of a highly paid super spy in the foreign office who will, against all odds, take on the post room midgets in an effort to find the elusive passport.
- There were about thirty of us - cleaners, security guards, post room employees and temps.
- It has required a lot of additional training - from the post room to the chairman - to ensure everyone is competent in the new regulations.
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