In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in park, forest)guarda forestal feminine
- That was not a secret in the city, and the police and park rangers turned a blind eye.
- Follow this uphill for about a mile before turning left along a minor lane that leads to the car park by the ranger's office and toilets.
- The 25000-acre park is maintained by Dúchas, through the Department of the Environment and employs seven full-time park rangers.
- Park rangers offer interpretive tours of the battlefield, and the visitor center holds a small museum.
- Park rangers regularly patrol the area and in the summer months they cover it up to 10 pm.
- Most students were restless while the park ranger explained about the animals in the area.
- Frank Pickles has been a park ranger with the North York Moors National Parks Authority for 12 years.
- During the trip, one of the kids is bitten by a snake and their guide, the park ranger, heads back to base for a serum.
- When they arrive in Kenya, the group will be split into four teams, which includes doctors and National Park rangers.
- He said he was questioned over an alleged incident between him and a Lake District National Park Authority ranger.
- There are about 250 police officers from more than a dozen law enforcement agencies, from park rangers to FBI agents.
- I have informed the park rangers and we are going to do some later patrols.
- Scientists, park wardens, and park rangers read the gauges.
- Judge Cicconetti made sure park rangers were checking up on her.
- Lake District National Park Authority rangers will be on their bikes and inviting guests to join them as they explore cycle tracks and bridleways around the area on Monday.
- He led officers on a chase and crashed into a park ranger's car on Golf Links Road in East Oakland.
- People who work outside or in wooded areas, such as park rangers and construction workers, are at most risk of getting Lyme disease.
- Park rangers and police from the nearby town of Jabiru searched through the night for the woman after the leader of the nine-member tour group called them using a satellite phone.
- Bradford's high-profile park rangers have helped to catch 400 truants, working with police in 16 operations in the past year.
- A passer-by made a desperate attempt to locate the boys, followed by a park ranger and a police officer who was on the scene within about five minutes.
2(in US: soldier)soldado de las tropas de asalto masculineranger masculine
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