In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of relations, links)ruptura feminine
- Yet both enact the same predicament - a fundamental severance of the past from the present.
- What he needed was complete and total separation, severance of all ties.
- However, any hope of preserving neutrality was soon abandoned and the severance of diplomatic relations with the Axis was announced at the Rio conference in February 1942.
- Going to an extreme, some nationalist academics and intellectuals have called for the severance of diplomatic relations.
- He said on Wednesday that he was prepared to step down at any time to take responsibility for the severance of diplomatic ties.
- Personally, it causes hardship, not only because of the absence of income from work, but also because of the severance of social networks associated with the workplace.
- There will be an order for severance of counts 8 and 11 from the indictment upon the undertakings of the accused as follows.
- In Common Sense, he argued for American severance from the British empire, and for isolationism in American policy towards Europe.
- Importantly, these patterns of transnational migration have not in fact resulted in the severance of the relationship between culture and territorial belonging.
- We cannot continue to entertain a worldview based on the severance of the relationship between humanity and the Divine, and hence between humanity and nature as a spiritual reality.
- Finally, severance of the objectionable part seems inappropriate.
- There was nothing to show that the severance of that relationship would have on-going traumatic effects for the child.
- The severance of lines of communication at a grass-roots level has made the community more easily influenced by divisive statements by members of the elite.
- It finds a fine balance between concentration on characters and integration of spatial detail to chart the painful severance of the friendship between the Prince and Falstaff.
- One analyst said the decision will not lead to an immediate severance of diplomatic ties between them.
- The political map of Roscommon is once again about to be redrawn with the severance of Longford and the addition of South Leitrim.
- Taylor believes that the severance of understanding and attunement resulted in superior understanding at least of physical nature.
- More ominously, the severance of the Anglo-Norman reign had left John free to turn his attention to Wales and Ireland.
- The anguish of families witnessing the severance of the last land link between the countries speaks volumes about their common history, heritage, and culture.
- Edwards would never allow a severance of the two.
- It was the highest military contact between the two sides since the severance of formal diplomatic ties.
2(from employment)cese masculine
- Sixty permanent staff will be offered a voluntary severance package or redeployment to another ESB area of operation.
- A spokesperson for the company confirmed employees had been invited to apply for voluntary severance packages.
- We are arranging his severance as we speak which will take place as soon as we can get any agreement.
- All of our colleagues are being provided with substantial severance payments and separation packages.
- The severance deal offered by the Millenium was less than that struck when the Sydney Hilton closed late last year.
- Richard took voluntary severance four years ago from his job as an engineer and since then has run his own one-man business from home.
- Terms of Fleming's severance package are still being discussed with her.
- And another complicating factor could be former City striker Ashley Ward who is still owed a substantial sum by the club following the severance of his contract.
- It is understood that the staff have been offered attractive severance terms.
- The board may offer a voluntary severance package to staff shortly.
- Discussion about possible severance packages originated some 18 months after the separation.
- This isn't the first time the ESB has substantially reduced its workforce through a major voluntary severance package scheme.
- The printer company dropped 1,600 workers by April 30 with many of its staffers taking voluntary severance packages.
- It is offering a voluntary severance package to its 900 staff - compulsory redundancy will follow if necessary.
- Jobs at the council have already been slashed through voluntary severance packages.
- Employees in positions that were now redundant would be offered voluntary severance and there would be no forced redundancies.
- What we need to do now is move on to discussing severance terms and the timing of the closure.
- Letters are to be sent out to certain administrative and general operative staff in the coming days offering them a voluntary severance package.
- Voluntary severance terms provide for four weeks pay per year of service up to a maximum of two years of service.
- Although there was a shortage of teachers, voluntary severance packages were granted to 1981 teachers, several of whom were teaching essential subjects.
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