In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1operación de vigilancia feminine
- He was killing time as if he were on a stake-out for a client.
- We were shooting a scene where Jimmy and I were on a stake-out.
- Agents began to fear that he might get wise to their stake-out so they moved him to a specially-created position at FBI headquarters.
- He admitted he never took a police photographer or another officer along on his stake-outs, nor did he take a fingerprint expert to dust for print impressions at the apartment after the raid, saying it was not the practice to do so.
- The police reacted on information they received and held a stake-out from 09: 00 outside the bank's premises, on the corners of Rissik, Loveday and Main streets.
- As the investigation proceeds, Dormer's instincts eventually lead the team to a stake-out of the murder suspect and they give chase.
- After a few establishing scenes, he is sent with his partner, John, on a stake-out to Cartersville, Georgia.
- Wendy went to the foyer where Sheriff Marten and Deputy Craine had set up their stake-out.
- The raid was the culmination of weeks of hard intelligence-gathering, of stake-outs and investigation.
- Sheila had seen him several times before on previous stake-outs, and he wasn't a man to be easily reckoned with.
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