In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of castle, museum) guardián masculine(of castle, museum) guardiana feminine(of hostel, home) encargado masculine(of hostel, home) encargada feminine(of university, college) rector masculine(of university, college) rectora feminine(church warden) coadjutor masculine(fire warden) encargado de la lucha contra incendios masculine US(fire warden) encargada de la lucha contra incendios feminine US(game warden) guardabosque(s) feminine(of prison) director masculine US(of prison) directora feminine US
- I was unable to speak to them but if you yelled loudly enough through the small slot in the door you could communicate with other prisoners until the wardens came along to break it up.
- At the end of October the wardens started to strictly enforce the regulations throughout the district.
- The warden dismissed the accusations made by Smith and the other prisoners as lies and exaggerations.
- Professor Jessica Rawson, warden of Merton College, said no able student should be deterred from applying to Oxford by financial concerns.
- I was put in jail, but every day the warden let me read what had been printed locally about my case that day.
- Police in the county now employ around 115 wardens to enforce traffic regulations along with officers, with fines going to central government funds.
- The offices in Talo Udang Bay became the headquarters of the warden and in June 1941 the first group of 500 prisoners arrived.
- Borough wardens who are responsible for more than 5,000 households are given three ear thermometers.
- Certain police-style powers will also be given to accredited private security guards and community wardens under the proposals.
- Now shopkeepers on Manchester Road have sent a petition to Pendle Borough Council complaining Parkwise wardens are damaging their business by booking shoppers who park for just a couple of minutes too long.
- Perhaps we need a set of municipal regulations and wardens or beach guards appointed by the city to assist the police in coping with the workload.
- Presented by a large cast of colourful characters, The Quare Fellow paints a portrait of life inside an Irish prison, in which songs, humour and compassion evoke the banter between inmates and wardens.
- Each borough council in Lancashire, in conjunction with the county council, has adopted Parkwise and employed dozens of parking wardens to enforce regulations in streets and on car parks.
- There are no particular hot-spots but wardens respond to individual complaints and liaise with residents if a new bin was requested.
- After leaving the military Kerik worked for a private security firm in Saudi Arabia and served as a prison warden in New Jersey in 1986.
- It was the responsibility of air raid wardens to ensure that everybody had been issued with a gas mask.
- When World War Two broke out Jack was called up and Dorothy took over the round and was also an air-raid warden one day a week.
- In prior wars, we might have volunteered to be air-raid wardens or to roll bandages at the Red Cross.
- Other attractions include a 1940s fashion show and villagers dressed as air raid wardens and GIs.
- A martial arts expert, he had served in the military, worked as the warden of a county jail in New Jersey, and later as a security contractor for the Saudi monarchy.
- New council wardens brought in to enforce parking restrictions have been accused of being over-zealous following Witham's recent electricity blackout.
- Waiters and waitresses wear prison uniforms and the busboys are dressed like policemen and wardens.
- Alan Ryan is a warden at New College, Oxford University.
- The unit, formed under the Litter Act, comprises 12 wardens who will be responsible for minimising incidents of indiscriminate dumping of garbage in the city.
- The Rainbow Garden Project is a collaboration of efforts from the Victoria Avenue pupils and local street wardens.
- I ran home and told dad and, as he was an air-raid warden, he knew what to do.
- An administrator for the Parks and Walcot street wardens, he regularly dons his warden uniform to help run the juniors wardens ' activities.
- Saki sat down and was handcuffed to his seat just as the jail warden walked on to the platform at the front of the room.
- The plans will take the responsibility for wardens out of their hands and free up more of their resources, allowing them to tackle serious crime.
- Now Bradford Council wants to recruit six wardens and a supervisor for Keighley and a further seven to join the five already operating in the city centre.
- There has been a letter from the warden of Morley College blaming Moloko's for distress to their residents.
- This was sounded whenever German planes passed over the coastline to give us and our air-raid wardens time to go to the basement for shelter.
- The wardens were quick to respond a sincere thank you - a good deed is never forgotten.
- For a warden, the need for both routine and vigilance means experiencing radical swings in emotion several times each day.
- The warden wants Crewe to coach the prison guards' football team, in hopes of acquiring some kind of semi-pro national championship.
- Prisoners are fed breakfast, lunch and dinner by wardens who come down the corridors with ready-cooked food on trolleys but many inmates prefer to make their own meals in the evening.
- She said that protesters had complained about rude treatment by wardens and also demanded an opportunity to freely distribute money among convicts without consulting the wardens.
- The warden of the College expressed the consensus of these essays in this way.
- He held baby son Ben only once, handcuffed to prison wardens and given no time alone, before Ben died.
- The conflict is turning into a full - blown tragedy, with both sides cast in the role of warden and prisoner.
- The senate commission is also likely to recommend a purge of lying wardens and rogue guards.
- Also making the garden safer, 24/7 Security Services provides security and has donated batons and handcuffs for wardens.
- The wardens of some of the police court prisons say they have more public spitters in their custody than any other class of offender.
- There are wardens that spit at their prisoners, and deny them all hygiene, medicine and, it seems, food.
- While behind bars, he takes up boxing at the urging of the warden (having bitten the ear off the prison bully in a fight) and finds a new desire to actually do something with his life.
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