In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The group's secretariat is usually provided by an outside body, either an NGO or a consultancy.
- They are processes that legitimize political activity by international secretariats on behalf of their organizations.
- In fact he formed a special committee in the cabinet secretariat to work out special tourist packages for the islands.
- The parties in every country have their own special women's committees, secretariats and bureaus.
- But that process, however closely coordinated with U.N. secretariats, is still technically unilateral.
- The Council formed a permanent secretariat in Brussels to assist its work.
- Plantlife International hosts the secretariat for Planta Europa, the network of organisations working for plant conservation across Europe.
- The bank, dominated by the US, not only houses its secretariat, but provides its current chair.
- They marched to the state government secretariat chanting slogans condemning the administration's attitude to the dispute.
- The spokesman said the bureau had made arrangements to provide secretariat and administrative support to the panel.
- He is a member of the national secretariat, the five-member board of the party's leadership.
- This applies in particular to their secretariats that are tightly controlled and steered by a handful of developed countries.
- Uzbekistan joined in June 2001, when the body was restructured with a permanent secretariat headquartered in Beijing.
- His successor at the peace secretariat is expected to be appointed after Sri Lanka's presidential election on Nov.17.
- Significantly, neither the government information ministry nor the presidential secretariat has responded to criticisms of the raid.
- Now the general secretariat can only take action on the initiative of the prime minister.
- The al-Sadr movement has a representative in the general secretariat.
- Santa's national secretariat is embroiled in several disputes with other Santa hospitals throughout the country.
- There are suggestions that regional health secretariats and youth centres might serve wider Commonwealth functions.
- Mitterrand quickly favoured Jospin and by 1973 had already brought him into the national secretariat of the party.
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