In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Each of these three flat, ovoid shapes has a slit that runs from one edge to the center, where it divides into a pair of shapes like commas, leaving a rounded tab from which the piece is hung.
- The fun in this book is in pulling the tabs and lifting the flaps to see all the crazy things Grandma knits: woolly wigs, penguin pullovers, even the dinner meal!
- Pull up the tabs on each end and slide the blinds out.
- The Velcro tabs that are on the flap are another example of great attention to detail.
- The shopkeeper undid the clasp binding the date book closed and heaved it open, revealing a binder with unusually long pages and alphabetical identification tabs protruding from the edges.
- Attach the two-piece mounting assembly to the box tabs.
- If you've selected the correct model, it will closely mate with the contour of your revolver's front strap, retained in place by a pair of thin copper tabs.
- ‘New Easy To Open Box’ I read, while angrily pulling at various corners before working out that you lift the tab marked with the arrow to open a secret panel in the centre.
- The thin foil eliminated the need for a metal shell around the battery, and the electrical leads are simple foil tabs attached to the pouch.
- And - the final stroke of genius - a Velcro tab is sewn into the inside of the hood to attach a pacifier.
- It's easiest to mount the retail heat sink by attaching the tabs in the diagonally opposed corners.
- As soon as she got to the identification tab, she began to laugh.
- Young children love to join in, so look for books with flaps, tabs, pop-ups, peep-holes, textures to feel and questions to answer.
- The case has a recessed, extra-wide handle, tabs for tie-down straps, and multiple padlock positions.
- I would also ask the Court to note that the tabs which were attached to our original submissions are still relevant and should be kept, as they will be referred to.
- He had to move slowly to keep from losing control of the tab when the zipper resisted.
- Now, folks, here's a brand-new sleeve of balls, and if you'll just take the time to examine it carefully, you'll find a little tab at both ends.
1.2(label)feminine cejafeminine etiquetafeminine grifa
(on uniform)insignia feminine
- According green tabs to military police leaders commanding such units as divisional MP platoons or squads in combat support companies in itself does not make military police a combat arm.
- Only then will they be awarded the coveted Green Beret and Special Forces tab, signifying that they are fully prepared to join the brotherhood of Special Forces warriors.
- The green tabs should be placed on MP unit leaders' shoulders in recognition that they are equals with their combat branch counterparts when it comes to commanding their units in battle.
- I looked at his rank tabs through the binoculars, and, having convinced myself that he wasn't an officer, gave him the bird as he passed.
2informal(account, bill)cuenta feminineI always run a tab of my own — siempre llevo mi propia cuenta
- he had run up a tab at the club — se le había ido acumulando una cuenta en el club
- Not connecting this weirdness to himself - he wasn't breaking any laws - he paid his tab and walked outside to his car.
- Unfortunately it's the poor waiter or waitress that is responsible for an unpaid tab; they get stuck for the money.
- Corporations routinely pay the tabs of reporters who hang out at exclusive golf clubs and hostess bars.
- I'll leave the tab open for when you want another drink.
- He pulled out his wallet and fished out a five-dollar bill for his tab.
- Nathan discreetly ordered for the bill to be put on his tab as the two friends spoke with another.
- I remember when I was hanging out at this strip club in the UK; I decided to put all my friends' drinks on my tab.
- Unmoved by a chorus of anguished cries, the Biltmore crew calmly rounded up the glasses, tallied the tabs and shrugged off entreaties for special dispensation.
- I have personally witnessed such a case where the size of the gift was reduced by more than half because of several high restaurant tabs.
- Since it was a seated show, I opened a tab… because I was feeling fancy.
- These charges are posted automatically to your shipboard account, and like bar tabs, can add up quickly.
- As for me, one of the many advantages to the noon - 2 party time was that it wasn't long enough to work up too expensive a tab, anyway.
- Forget about the hefty bar tabs and the dinner bills: talk or chat the night away, and when the time is right, you can personally meet each other and have the time of your lives.
- He took him on trips, gave him endless free meals on his tab, gave him contributions galore.
- Drake and Spade sat down, both avoiding looking at the girls as they paid their tab at the register and left.
- Ordinarily this would have given her pause before purchasing the bar; however, she dismissed it quickly as she had no intention of accosting customers about their bar tabs.
- But experts report that discount-happy diners are clipping coupons and scouting for values to lower their restaurant tabs.
- If so, e-mail them to me (preferably with a link to a reasonably reputable source) and I'll start keeping a running tab here at the bar.
- Do not start a tab on a credit card unless you will be ordering more than two rounds.
- I ordered a Canadian to start my tab and took my place at the bar with a few friends.
- With a soft shake of his head at her obvious sadness, he turned to the register to tally up the tabs for the night and turn them in to the office.
- It's a lot easier on bartenders if people start buying rounds rather than 6 individual guys trying to order one drink at a time, and open/shut a tab.
- As a struggling performer, Gleason ran a long-standing tab at a Philadelphia restaurant, Hackett said.
- Restaurants often add a service charge on to the tab, thereby avoiding the possibility that even the most indifferent service does not go unrewarded.
- Apparently he was either really rich or really respected or both, because everybody knew him and he didn't pay for a thing as far as Alex could see, which meant he had a tab running or they sent him the bill at another time.
- Press 1 while you're at it if you want 10 percent off your tab at a nearby restaurant; press 2 if you want to reserve a table right now.
- I'll stick it on my tab anyway, so it's no trouble.
- Though he was unsuccessful in getting the project to fund his bar tab, the student did gain access to and information from the target group.
- Swipe these sleek timepieces at a reader, and the tab is automatically charged to your credit card.
- Keep in mind the tab was over $300 and they had Benny, the career waiter, running back and forth for hours.
- The waiter comes over, they are obviously on good terms, he is a regular, and Gilbert pays his tab, rolls up his newspaper, and leaves the cafe.
3US(ring pull)anilla feminine
1masculine tabulador(key/character/stop) de tabulaciónto set tabs — definir tabuladores
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