In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
transitive verbratifies, ratified, ratifying
- The establishment of this air police force has been ratified by the State Council.
- Seven countries have already ratified the constitution with two more countries well on track.
- The Treaty was ratified by both countries in 1988.
- Judges are nominated by the president and ratified by the Senate.
- Ironically, the peace that Wilson worked so hard to shape was never ratified by the U.S. Senate.
- The Canadian government hasn't ratified this agreement yet.
- The new district plan is due to be ratified by the district council on April 21.
- Parliament unanimously ratified an agreement on Wednesday allowing this.
- After a contract was ratified in February 2003, she continued her work with non-tenure-track faculty members.
- Where was the consortium of great powers which had once established, or at least formally ratified disputed frontiers?
- But the vote will have to be ratified at an extraordinary meeting of the full council today.
- Doctors finally ratified a contract in 2002 that gave them an average wage increase of $50,000 each.
- The convention, on March 11, 1861, unanimously ratified a permanent constitution.
- The deed was signed on 12 May 2001, and subsequently ratified by a significant majority of the people.
- The United States is a signatory to that agreement but has not yet ratified the convention.
- The Federal Government will not ratify the protocol until the economic impact of doing so is fully assessed.
- The new contract was ratified by a majority of only 56 percent.
- All three are expected to be ratified unanimously at the party convention on the 16th November.
- Amendments to the Articles had to be ratified by the legislature of every state.
- He warned their entry to the EU depended on member states ratifying the accession treaties.
- The emergency powers were subsequently ratified in parliament by a substantial majority.
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