In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1zona de influencia femininehis power base is in the rural areas — donde tiene más influencia / apoyo es en las zonas rurales
- He had lost a lot of support and his power base was rapidly disappearing.
- Originally given an administrative appointment, he used his new position at the heart of the party to build up speedily a personal power base.
- If it is set up it will undoubtedly take unto itself many of the powers now exercised by local councils, thus removing local democracy to a distant power base.
- This is an opportunity to undercut its domestic power base and also to curb extremism.
- The king's authority had been fatally undermined as the narrow power base of his administration had nothing to fall back on.
- This combined force on Iberia's eastern coast created a new power base in Spain that would help to shape the Peninsula in the centuries to come.
- They tried to block her getting the party chairmanship, but failed because of her independent power base in the constituency vote.
- My concern with this is that rural communities are going to be neglected and forgotten by the power base of the urban voter.
- His party held most of the parliamentary seats and provided the government with its power base.
- I do not think we should chastise unions or put a black mark against them because they want to have a stronger power base.
- Their power base lay in the universities and in the support they received from government.
- That, in turn, played a key role in weakening the power base of the old political establishment.
- She says the party is losing its traditional power base, as the influence of the farming community declines.
- They would use their powers to establish a power base for themselves and create a world where those with powers would rule.
- It would throw off the neocon power base and realign all manner of forces.
- As a man in charge of the presidential guard units he sees his authority to enhance his own influence and consolidate his power base.
- The Chancellor does not have a strong power base within his party either.
- The diversity of our members is the power base of our organization in achieving our goals.
- Particular groups of senior managers re-aligned in order to sustain their power base.
- A royal family held power through links with local leaders, landlords and military figures who had a power base in different areas of the country.
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