They were only allowed to stay in certain locations.
They were not allowed to leave china - APEX
they were required to wear chinese clothing. APEXX
They were not allowed to leave China.
They were required to wear Chinese clothing
the receptionist needs to observe the following: if they need a cup of tea
Almost every religion in the world is observed by someone somewhere in the US. If there are any food restrictions for a particular religion, the people that observe that religion observe the food restrictions for it. There is no one religion that would affect the food choices of the country as a whole.
I have been told they smoke quite nicely.... but please observe fire restrictions if smoking in the open
It is impossible to travel when inbounding. While there are space restrictions for a throw-in, the thrower is not required to maintain a pivot foot or observe any of the other restrictions of the traveling rule.
No we don't. New Zealanders are of European and maori decent. Thanks giving is a largely north American Tradition
The only restrictions are that no meat is to be eaten on Ash Wednesday and on Fridays during Lent. Some ordinaries that have not requested an indult still observe all Fridays during the year as meatless as do many Catholics living in a diocese that has received an indult. Other than that, there are no food restrictions except that all things must be taken in moderation. Over eating can be as sinful as drinking too much.
Yes! The five Londons in the United States do indeed observe Thanksgiving Day as a holiday. No! The other Londons - London, Canada, and London, England. among others, do not observe Thanksgiving Day. This is because Thanksgiving Day is celebrated in honor of the early European settlers in the US, not in any other country.
'Observe' is a verb. In the English language verbs do not take a plural form when the related noun or pronoun is plural. e.g. Singular - Plural I observe - We observe You observe - you observe He/she/it observes - they observe
At 11 a.m. on November 11, 1918. Many European countries still observe a minute's silence at this time and date every year.
To observe is "observar."
Eyes and cameras observe you.