In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in US)the state house — el edificio de la legislatura estatal
- In the summer and fall of 2003, the Democrats and Republicans were locked in a protracted political struggle over who would control the state house in Sacramento.
- He said he fully backed the NAACP's campaign in South Carolina to get the flag removed from the state house.
- Everyone going into a state house, he asserted, ‘should understand that it is not a lifetime entitlement.’
- Not that mercy was a defining characteristic of Bush's six years in the Texas state house, when he put more prisoners to death than any other governor in modern US history.
- As is well known, he has presided over more than 130 executions during his tenure in the Texas state house.
- Then we need to keep track of what those politicians actually do, when they get to the city hall, or the county assembly, or the state house, or Congress.
- Overseeing the Democrats is John Wertheim, a lawyer in Albuquerque; he replaces Joni Gutierrez, who quit to run for the state house from Las Cruces.
- It was in this period that Paine began to develop plans for an iron bridge and exhibited a model of one at the Pennsylvania state house.
- The state legislature in Maine passed a similar resolution, as did the state house of representatives in Hawaii.
- They fear a genuinely popular movement against the policies of the extreme right far more than a Republican takeover of the state house.
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