In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Like the proconsuls of ancient Rome, the viceroy governed, administered, judged, superintended the royal treasury, was commander in chief of the army, and the vice patron of the church.
- Possibly the son of a Hampshire serf, he entered royal service and superintended the rebuilding of Windsor castle.
- Once a project was budgeted and approved by the chief engineer, the plans were submitted by means of the superintending engineer to the executive engineer for implementation.
- This made it possible to centralize the stone cutters and dressers with the rest of the labor force, thus making it easier to superintend the entire process.
- Supervised by a team of 28 youth leaders and six volunteers from the St Anne's community, all the activities were carefully superintended.
- He trained at Edinburgh, went to the Royal College of Surgeons and then moved to superintend the natural history collections of the British Museum in Bloomsbury.
- This is an invitation to invite the army and police to superintend the electoral process.
- The job of these officials was to superintend the other monks and nuns.
- In order to make the laundry first class, the directors sent a senior engineer from the United States to superintend construction work.
- It has superintended two general elections, two municipal elections and numerous by-elections.
- Once more, the government had been drawn in to organize and superintend a national scheme of poor relief, and ancillary codes of practice governing geographical mobility, house building, and the promotion of overseas trade.
- The superintending engineer should also have on his establishment a staff officer of captain/major rank to handle the office routine and initial audit of accounts from the resident engineers.
- The superintending engineers were the engineering heads of districts and controlled a number of projects within divisions commanded by junior executive engineers.
- The bailiff managed the property of the manor and superintended its cultivation.
- Therefore, it is argued, even the liberal state has a considerable stake in superintending the conditions under which children are raised.
- Three young nuns, all sisters-in-law of his sons, superintended the staff of twenty-five teachers on the payroll, and they took his surname as theirs under vows.
- Yet again, however, the case was amply made for British and Commonwealth title fights to be superintended by a panel of three judges rather than just the referee.
- The War Industries Board, though shunning full-scale state control, exercised unprecedented powers in organizing and stimulating production and superintended remarkable feats of miltary-industrial output.
- He was the only exclusive manufacturer of mill picks in this country, bought only the best English cast steel from Sheffield, and employed only competent and careful workmen whom he personally superintended.
- He is paid for his knowledge and his ability to superintend and direct the work of those placed under him.
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