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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- I showed him my British passport and press card.
- They get press cards and passes and letters of introduction from leaders on all sides of a conflict - and learn to keep them in separate pockets lest they pull out the wrong one at a roadblock.
- Then they put me in a tank, after checking my id and press card.
- Unlike us angry, impolite, untrained amateurs, you journalists get to carry a press card.
- A press card can sometimes get you through without such inspection, but not always.
- Although carrying press cards, they were threatened, mistreated and held in a jeep for 36 hours without being able to communicate with their news organisations or their families, who were consequently very concerned.
- Furthermore, free-lance photographers, under French law, would be ineligible for press cards and health benefits.
- Possessing a press card is no guarantee of protection - in fact, it often proves provocative in highly precarious situations.
- When they found him, he denied having stolen her cellular phone, saying that he was a journalist from a weekly tabloid and showed them a press card.
- It was at Cannes, in a room full of journalists, and I didn't have a press card - all the women were saying to me, ‘Oh… you don't have a press card!’
- And more than once I was thrown against a wall and searched by soldiers who viewed my press card as a joke.
- Because she works for an Internet publication, Mardini has no press card, making her an uncertified journalist in a country where all journalists must register with the ministry of information.
- Not only do I hold a press card authorised by Scotland Yard, but I have carried out several undercover exposés in the past three years.
- According to the judge, Nessen has a permanent resident card to work as correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle but has never applied for a press card at the Foreign Ministry.
- I even carry around fake press cards that say ‘International Journal Newspaper,’ with a picture of me in a scarf.
- I showed him my press card and I thought that would be the end of it.
- The second soldier patted me down roughly, then scrutinized my Harper's press card minutely.
- Ralphie responded quickly as he flashed them his press card.
- Fortunately I am a freelance reporter and when I produced my press card and asked to speak to her superior, she came back and said, ‘OK we believe you.’
- A press card starts cricket conversations and debates with strangers in unlikely places.
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