In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ética del trabajo duro feminine
- We are more mature, we have a better work ethic and we are more experienced.
- Skill now must be allied with a hard work ethic and toughness, or a place on the bench or in the stand awaits.
- We rewarded initiative and reinforced the work ethic with our tax cuts and welfare reforms.
- The band credits the formation of their work ethic to their first recording experience.
- When next year came, the promised work ethic didn't, and he decided to leave university.
- The only work ethic that works is listening to you heart as much as possible.
- This work ethic was put to the test when she reached 16 and her father died.
- His father was a pattern maker at a steelworks in Sheffield and a strong work ethic became ingrained in his own set of values.
- He managed to instill a professional work ethic among his players and an unquenchable spirit and commitment.
- I came from the private sector, it took me quite a while to adjust to the work ethic and practice and style in the public sector.
- He's aced parts of the army physical fitness test and was admired by his superiors for his work ethic.
- The government has also done its bit to support large companies by promoting the work ethic in policy and propaganda.
- His only real fault was that his work ethic was so high and he worked so hard, that it could eventually have been detrimental.
- Central to O'Connell's vast popularity is his work ethic, which has been a part of him since childhood.
- Your journal may steal an hour but your work ethic is inspirational.
- She went ahead, though, hoping people would remember her work ethic and integrity.
- The reward for their work ethic was that, for most of the first half, their goal remained untroubled.
- A strong work ethic is evident when a band comes this far in just over a year.
- His work ethic came from his father, who was a committed businessman, though very old.
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