In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lista (de turnos) femininewe have a dishwashing rota in our house — en casa nos turnamos para lavar los platos
- I was wondering if you could give me a copy of the volunteer's rota.
- The review will look at the different ways in which the public can access services, including GP cooperatives, commercial services, and practice rotas.
- And we can share on-call rotas in private practice.
- On the negative side, the directive has resulted in unsocial shifts and yet another tier of bureaucracy to ensure that rotas are compliant.
- Many people find rotas a useful way of avoiding housework battles.
- We also had grave doubts about the accuracy and authenticity of the rotas produced for each home, and disclosed late in the proceedings.
- By the start of the following year, they were sleeping in separate rooms and using the bathroom and kitchen at different times on a rota.
- Their service to the king was performed on a rota and they would accompany him everywhere, both as bodyguards and lesser officials.
- Something as bourgeois as kitchen rotas should not be considered worthy of discussion and yet what alternative lifestyle hasn't floundered on the rocks of human frailty?
- He isn't following the rota he taped to the fridge last week.
- In rural areas this may also mean organising a rota so that he or she may attend services in the various villages that they serve.
- I checked the rota to see whose turn it was to scavenge, to my surprise it wasn't me for once.
- The archaeologists had moved a caravan into the field and organized a rota of guards to make sure that sneak thieves would not be able to loot the site under their noses.
- We believe that one reason for this is the failure of many units to ensure that out of hours emergency rotas exist for such patients.
- The post was found hours later by a dog owner and police traced the temporary worker from staff rotas at the sorting office.
- Rachel insisted it was Ailsa's turn, and vice versa, until Rebecca told them to shut up and go downstairs to check the rota.
- The rota was a print out of the weekly schedule fastened to a clipboard.
- Rural general practitioners have been moving practices to avoid the stresses of small rotas for care outside normal working hours.
- Farmers have a complex, set rota based on the calendar.
- I will of course provide you with a map that will guide you to the high valleys, and a guard Rota so you know when to attack and have the most time before you are discovered.
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