In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1vigilancia femininenothing escapes her vigilance — no se le escapa nada
- we mustn't relax our vigilance — no debemos bajar la guardia
- Constant vigilance is the only possible response to the terrifying Rise of The Machines.
- The watch and vigilance of the learned members of the judiciary effectively supplements their role.
- These guys certainly show, in my mind, why they should be under constant vigilance.
- At any time it can warn to the owner any conditions to caution him to raise vigilance.
- And it requires constant vigilance, and holding the feet to the fire of our elected ones.
- It is also required to maintain constant vigilance against external threats to the integrity and vitality of the body.
- Congratulations for your vigilance in watching the government and thereby protecting us all.
- We shall need permanent vigilance and constant efforts to spread democratic involvement.
- But without its constant vigilance, it is very unlikely York would have survived as the city it is today.
- Freedom requires constant vigilance - but if we surrender our personal key to this box we do so at our peril.
- During the opening stages of the Tour, the favourites repeat like a mantra the need for constant vigilance.
- Media companies were given a warning last night to maintain constant vigilance.
- Continued vigilance and attention at farm level to bio security is, and will remain, important.
- These standards deserve constant vigilance as science in the media becomes a distinct profession.
- He said vigilance was the best way to protect small children from danger.
- Prevention is one of those things that is something that needs constant vigilance.
- Constant vigilance in the form of the water control is necessary to monitor for this.
- There has to be constant vigilance in reporting new cases or old ones now revealed.
- In a situation that we face today constant vigilance and care are imperative.
- That is an achievement in itself, though it also imposes on us a constant need for vigilance.
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