In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1Politicsmunicipio masculinemunicipalidad feminineayuntamiento masculine
- So Rawal, an engineer, served on the township's library board, helping Butler County automate and electronically link its seven largest libraries.
- We control for unobserved heterogeneity across townships using a set of dummy variables representing the 15 townships in the county.
- This USDA publication contains a list of these counties, municipalities and townships.
- Counties, boroughs and townships were imported from England.
- The letter confirmed their discussions with respect to a transfer of the franchise ownership from Bruce County to a group of townships in Huron County.
- The generally accepted figure for our total tax load from townships, counties, states and the federals is 33 percent of GDP.
- In more than one county and township there's a law on the books to deal with riding in a horse-drawn buggy while intoxicated.
- There are Democrats in every rural township and county - young and old alike.
- In Warren County there were six entire townships where voter registration increased by 28% to 79%.
- What matters is that we continue to make the world a little better place - here in our homes, on our blocks, in our communities, across the township, across the county.
- It's not just this town itself, but the whole of this county, this township that weaves all of us together like a blended family.
- Since then, many counties and townships have switched to an electronic system eager to prevent future problems.
- In southwestern Pennsylvania, four rural townships in Somerset, Indiana and Greene counties are hosts to new prisons built within the last few years.
- Young families are moving toward the east and south of the township, away from the Allegheny County line, an analysis of U.S. Census figures indicates.
- So, you start building the necessary network of transportation, of water management, of power distribution, of creating new townships which are centers to service these farmers.
- The localities are arranged alphabetically by county and then by township within each county.
- For example, when writing a place, use township, county or province, country or state.
- The Legislature must uphold the current rights of townships and counties to enact zoning ordinances that regulate development in their communities, including large feedlots.
- Pooling efforts is a growing practice among Pennsylvania boroughs, townships and even school districts.
- North and South Fayette townships in Allegheny County posted population gains of 28 percent and 19 percent, respectively.
1.2(in surveys)distrito municipal masculine
- By the end of the nineteenth century, most of the continent had been squared off into townships, and sections.
- Elsewhere the pattern reflects the rectilinear network of roads, which in turn derives from the early surveys of the territory based on uniform square townships six miles on a side.
2(in South Africa)distrito segregado masculine
- Schonberg started the township ballet class during South Africa's racist apartheid days after some dinner party guess set him off.
- Boxing is a rough trade and South Africa's crime-ridden townships and inner cities are rough places, with widespread poverty and glaring disparities of income.
- Some are in townships and inner city suburbs where banks have been reluctant to lend to potential buyers.
- The City of Johannesburg is set to embark on a major drive to put up and repair lights on major roads and in streets of the suburbs, townships and informal settlements of the city.
- The destruction of homes caused by incessant rains in many of the squatter townships that litter our cities has now become an annual event.
- Currently, the Saunderses support more than 300 orphans in several shanty townships dotted around the city of Lusaka.
- The farm worker is forced to take refuge in a shack settlement in a black township and pick up the threads of his disrupted life as best he can.
- In the world of dance, one of South Africa's toughest townships may seem an unpromising place to start an academy for classical ballet.
- Mandela came of age politically in a mass movement based in the dusty streets of South Africa's townships, before finding himself forced underground and eventually jailed.
- And in this post-apartheid era you would soon be either dead or very sorry for yourself if you tried to do in any black South African township what Leon and I did in 1979.
- The site is close to Khayelitsha, a township of 500,000 black South Africans who suffered under apartheid and still live in poverty, with a 90 per cent unemployment rate.
- The city was run by a white council, the black township was run by the government, the Department of Bantu Administration.
- Gaza and the West Bank have become the Middle East's version of the South African townships during the apartheid regime.
- That's where many young men in some of South Africa's poor townships are headed these days.
- This hip hop act are from South Africa and will be bringing listeners the raw and rhythmic sounds of hip hop from the townships and cities of South Africa.
- As I was first working on this lecture, I went to a theatre in London, which was showing a play acted by black actors about life years ago in the townships of South Africa.
- Instead, the accounts of life in the black townships of South Africa resonate with his descriptions of Robben Island as a place that intensifies the degradation and violence of apartheid.
- It's reflected in the privatization that's happening to the people in the townships in South Africa, and in what's going on in the streets of Toronto and Halifax.
- The tour included visiting newly-elected members of the African National Congress and black townships.
- For the last two years he has spent two weeks in the summer in some of the poorest townships in South Africa, playing rugby and telling the kids about his faith.
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