In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1rueda de prensa feminineconferencia de prensa feminine
- Schwarzenegger made it clear which side of that debate he stands on at his first press conference as governor.
- Then there will be a press conference where she will answer questions from the children.
- We had a press conference and the room was full of TV and newspaper reporters.
- The same is true of the team security expert's attempt to restrain reporters with a rope at a press conference.
- At a press conference he dodged questions about whether this was a disappointment to him.
- The press conference with the science spokesman for the three main parties was very low key.
- There will be a Question and Answer session at this time - like a press conference.
- When she stepped into the room to be questioned by the media, the press conference felt more like the start of a funeral.
- He even plans a sabbatical this autumn - but don't expect a press conference to announce it.
- At an emotional press conference they also issued an urgent appeal for information to track the killer.
- Thank you for your article on the insulting spectacle that was called a press conference.
- He has played down the questions, as he did yesterday at a press conference in Hyderabad.
- The press corps surprised Chang at the press conference by giving her a birthday cake.
- Any chance of a press conference by the chief constable to tell us who he's pointing the finger at?
- So there we were, at the launch press conference, and the time came for questions.
- The first meeting in every month will be followed by a press conference.
- The press conference was as notable for the questions that were not asked as for those that were.
- He even gave a press conference appealing for help in finding the killer.
- Journalists gather at the first press conference following the murder to hear an amazing tale.
- One resulting compromise is the short private interview after a press conference.
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