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 городские власти
  общ.  town hall (In Britain, a town hall in a town is a large building owned and used by the town council, often as its main office. You can also use town hall to refer to the town council that uses this building. A town hall official is set to go on trial charged with seven counts of manslaughter following an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease. LIVERPOOL DAILY POST AND ECHO (2005) Also, contact the Leisure Department at your town hall to see what's available. Ingham, Christine LIFE WITHOUT WORK Dad was the manager of an upmarket shoe shop and Mum worked in the town hall. Isabel Wolff RESCUING ROSE (2002) Harry noted wryly that the file hadn't been updated to include any record of his town hall speech. Dobbs, Michael WALL GAMES His page focuses on the reviled `egg box": the town hall 's extension, due for demolition by the millennium. INDEPENDENT (1998) How to use the library, newspaper morgue, museum, county courthouse, town hall , people. GLOBE AND MAIL (2003) In Barcelona, police said 150,000 protested, while town hall officials estimated up to a half-million. OTTAWA SUN (2003) People who have golden images of the past imagine earlier town hall meetings. SPIKED (2004) Tempesta was a stocky, bald man who wore his not very good government issue suit with the air of a humble town hall clerk. Nabb, Magdalen, Vagheggi, Paolo PROSECUTOR. Collins Alexander Demidov); city hall (1. [uncountable] American English the government of a city: The recycling program simply hasn’t been a high priority at City Hall. 2. [countable usually singular] the building a city government uses as its offices. LDOCE • Protesters marched to City Hall. OALD. You will have to apply to City Hall for a building permit. CALD. 1 [count] : a city government's main building — usually singular: The mayor will be giving a speech on the steps of City Hall this afternoon. 2 [noncount] the government of a city: You can't fight city hall. [=the city government always wins]. MWALD Alexander Demidov); urban authorities (Alexander Demidov); city officials (city officials and the national government : many Russians saw the proposed law as an assault on the ownership of private property, despite attempts by city officials and the national government to reassure everyone that their property rights would be protected. -- WP 2017 Игорь Миг)
  канад.  city (ART Vancouver)
  корп.упр.  corporation (carmen-passenger)
  мед.  city government
  фин.  municipal government
  юр.  city authorities; town authorities
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 городские власти: 21 фраза в 12 тематиках
  Административное право1  Реклама1
  Архитектура1  Сленг3
  Деловая лексика1  Строительство1
  Канадский термин1  Техника1
  Корпоративное управление1  Экономика1
  Общая лексика6  Юридический термин3
   
     
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