COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES
a foreign/overseas student
▪ The University welcomes applications from overseas students.
▪ The development of the continent is now dependent on foreign aid.
▪ The job offers opportunities for foreign travel.
▪ The government is eager to attract foreign investment to fund building projects.
overseas development (=in other countries, especially poor ones)
▪ The Overseas Development Minister announced a £7,000,000 emergency aid programme for Somalia.
post sb abroad/overseas
COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ In addition to conversions, it was necessary to prepare spare equipment for maintenance of all trains going overseas.
▪ Obviously she had not, in the end, gone overseas.
▪ We still seem to have cigarettes, but jobs are going overseas, yet we allow the targeting of young people.
▪ But those are not jobs that went overseas, Bartlett said.
▪ They had not gone overseas out of a belief in religious toleration.
▪ Competing with the national team or going overseas are the only options at this point.
▪ Five hundred posts which would have been either created or protected here will now go overseas.
▪ There are opportunities to go overseas, but competition is tremendous, with five or six applicants for every job.
▪ Her parents, who lived overseas, came to visit and then stay.
▪ These are just two examples of Western capital moving overseas, separate from Western labor.
▪ One leading businessman said this week that up to 70 percent of shares traded every day were being sold overseas.
▪ Less than 100 Mekong vehicles have been sold overseas, Mr Tatebe says.
▪ So far we have looked at some of the main economic factors concerned with selling overseas.
▪ This reward and punishment principle of culture is important for selling overseas.
▪ An understanding of the way a society organises its economic activities and the type of technology used is important for selling overseas.
▪ Nationalism and dealings with governments are often considered to be the major problems facing a firm trying to sell overseas.
▪ However, the firm selling overseas needs an understanding of why they behave in that way.
▪ When they were sent overseas the situation was different.
▪ When the spring flowed into summer, Mr Southerland, who had become Lieutenant Southerland, was sent overseas.
▪ Bill Herbert was fortunate to be sent overseas as a war correspondent.
▪ The practice of children being sent overseas for adoption has always had its critics.
▪ Membership of this club limited to one per household. Overseas send for details.
▪ Goodbye, also, to the multitudinous managers and coaches of the largest team we've ever sent overseas.
▪ During my studies a woman who'd worked overseas introduced me to evening classes.
▪ Bennett advises employees who work overseas to spend a few hours visiting people when they come to the home office.
▪ It was inevitable that Mother Teresa would carry her work overseas.
▪ A company doing business overseas may not have made proper allowances for the high cost of inducing people to work overseas.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ Douglas often travelled overseas when he was in the army.
▪ Lara plans to study overseas.
▪ Much of the wood harvested in the northwest is shipped overseas.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ But most still want a robust presence overseas.
▪ However, many in the industry say the crackdown has driven even more jobs overseas.
▪ In many cases some of these subsidiaries are based overseas.
▪ Indeed, black models find they get much more exposure overseas.
▪ They are behind federal agencies in other parts of the country and overseas in whittling away at piles of backlogged work.
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COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS
▪ The quality of Britain's overseas aid programme is second to none.
▪ This was after all, Gerald explained to his wife, how most overseas aid was distributed.
▪ It has to come from the overseas aid budgets of governments.
▪ Preston should ask where the overseas aid will go.
▪ Less than 2 percent of all overseas aid is going to improve communications.
▪ We will close the Defence Export Services Organisation and ensure that overseas aid is not linked in any way to arms purchases.
▪ Homelessness, overseas aid, prison overcrowding, electoral reform and the maintenance of peace are all on the agenda.
▪ A list of thirty measures ranging from recycling resources to doubling overseas aid were proposed.
▪ In some cases overseas banks set up branches in London because banking regulations at home made expansion difficult.
▪ The category of commercial banks also includes overseas banks.
▪ This curtailed global fund switching within overseas banks especially as most countries introduced exchange control regulations.
▪ The main providers of such funds are overseas banks, multinational corporations and institutional investors.
▪ Income from an overseas bank deposit arises in the overseas accumulation trust and is validly accumulated.
▪ The figure has fallen to less than 60 percent as overseas banks have become keen lenders.
▪ The market developed in the 1960s, involving firstly overseas banks, later merchant banks and discount houses.
▪ These firms may even have overseas branches.
▪ The bank also said it will transfer customer trust accounts held at its overseas branches to local banks.
▪ The year end 1991 figures exclude 3,734 employees directly employed by overseas businesses held for resale which were sold during 1992.
▪ But according to Potter, further development of overseas business is fundamental to Psion's future growth strategy.
▪ That can be critical when it comes to winning overseas business.
▪ The principal will gain valuable market information on competitive actions, the overseas business environment and feedback on promotions and new products.
▪ Such overseas business represented not so much diversification as a natural development of banking facilities to meet customer needs.
▪ But most overseas buyers of the clothes are not sports fans - they are slaves to the fashion for Americana.
▪ But his video may not find as many overseas buyers as his rivals think.
▪ Some large international banks operate separate export service subsidiary companies that make credit available to overseas buyers.
▪ A number of suggestions are also made to make it more attractive for overseas companies to employ non-domiciled nationals.
▪ Through career information interviewing he heard of an overseas company that was about to establish a domestic office.
▪ It also has the largest number of overseas companies listed.
▪ No names of overseas companies have been disclosed.
▪ This embraces all overseas companies, but in practice this has not given rise to difficulties.
▪ Several overseas companies were active at this time.
▪ Indeed, much of the merger movement within countries was a reaction to the strengthening of overseas competition.
▪ However, many organizations, like Home Corp., are insulated from overseas competition, so that answer is clearly inadequate.
▪ In a number of overseas countries the role of actuaries has been enhanced by requiring them to fulfil a statutory role.
▪ In his career he has visited fourteen overseas countries.
▪ Your overseas customer will need to provide the bank which is sending the payment with details of your branch and account number.
▪ The taxpayer had carried on in Hong Kong the business of exploiting rights by granting sub-licences to overseas customers.
▪ The Institute defines export marketing as the complete process of discovering and satisfying the needs of overseas customers, at a profit.
▪ The austerity measures affected primarily spending on health, social welfare, defence and overseas development assistance.
▪ It is much more substantial than the policies produced by the Government in their papers on overseas development.
▪ On overseas developments, a foreign bank may well be able to offer specialist assistance with matters such as currency and tax advice.
▪ Mr. Gregory Will my right hon. Friend acknowledge the importance of the popular music industry and its contribution to overseas earnings?
▪ Thus between 1966 and 1976 net overseas earnings rose on average by 5.3 times as against 2.3 times for manufacturing.
▪ Redstone also said he wanted Viacom to be more aggressive in its overseas expansion.
▪ Precise evaluation of the effects of overseas investment nevertheless remains extremely difficult.
▪ There was no competition either from demands for overseas investment, and a large-scale property market did not exist.
▪ For what it is worth, the general conclusion which emerged was that overseas investment had a small positive effect on exports.
▪ However, the most important factor influencing overseas investments is exchange rate risk.
▪ What would be easier than withdrawing their overseas investments, something that would decimate our markets?
▪ Direct overseas investment has fallen off sharply since the 1989/90 peak.
▪ Throughout the period under examination Britain had a negative balance on the flow of long-term overseas investment.
▪ Meanwhile an intense marketing campaign will continue to interest overseas investors in the 18.5 percent of the issue earmarked for sale abroad.
▪ There were reports of strong demand from institutional fund managers and private clients, together with interest from overseas investors.
▪ If demand is greater than expected more shares can be clawed back from allocations earmarked for institutional and overseas investors.
▪ In Wellington, stocks fell, though losses were restrained by buying by overseas investors in the forestry sector.
▪ The focus of this will be the expansion of sales to the private sector and to selected overseas markets.
▪ Strong trading in overseas markets helped first half profit before tax rise by 12% to £88.5m at Redland.
▪ All tests on products for overseas markets need to be interpreted with caution.
▪ While it intends to move into overseas markets, it will do so at its own pace, Brossa added firmly.
▪ The difficulty is greater in relation to overseas markets having temperatures and humidities higher than those of temperate regions.
▪ The training of agents is important to indirect selling in overseas markets, particularly if the products are technically complex.
▪ They are a useful alternative for small companies whose overseas operations are limited, not warranting the expense of direct involvement.
▪ Although markets are treated globally, they assert that overseas operations act simply as delivery pipelines to a unified global market.
▪ The overseas operations of Wang have not filed for bankruptcy.
▪ Section 739 would not apply at that point because no income is paid to an overseas person.
▪ It was thought to be good to have this led by an overseas person.
▪ London Crusaders have been given special permission to field five overseas players per game in the new season.
▪ Mr Salmon then, quite illogically, goes on to applaud the presence of overseas players in League One.
▪ What is an overseas player, if not an individual exile?
▪ He says some overseas players are disasters but Courtney has been great for Gloucestershire.
▪ Farnham will miss the extra pace of Lee, but the club have resolved to do without overseas players.
▪ But we were talking earlier of overseas players.
▪ And, perhaps most crucial of all, what are they going to do about their next overseas player?
▪ A recent decision tightening up the laws relating to overseas players will greatly restrict the flow of foreigners to Ireland.
▪ Budget cuts have forced the State Department to close dozens of overseas posts.
▪ Any overseas profits accrued not to it, but to the sub-businesses.
▪ Issues are managed by large banks or security traders and sold to both domestic and overseas residents.
▪ Generally, however, double taxation treaties exist between countries which permit overseas residents to purchase their securities.
▪ It achieved overseas sales exceeding £500,000 in April.
▪ There are also exciting new projects which will require assistance; overseas sales, student network and indexing.
▪ It is not just the prospect of overseas sales which is troubling the nuclear industry and its critics at present.
▪ Building societies do not buy company or overseas securities and in 1987 were actually net sellers of government securities.
▪ A feature throughout their history has been a very high level of investment in overseas securities.
▪ Major overseas stock markets surged today.
▪ Major overseas stock markets were mixed.
▪ These include an Academic Study option specially planned for overseas students.
▪ In this context, the failure to attract overseas students is seen as a dramatic failure.
▪ Some 450 students, mainly postgraduates, were overseas students attracted from non-EC countries.
▪ No support is available for overseas students.
▪ Product sales generated £31.1m up from £30.1m in 1991, some 58% of which came from overseas subsidiaries.
▪ The results of overseas subsidiaries are translated into sterling at average rates for the year.
▪ On consolidation, the assets and liabilities of overseas subsidiary and associated undertakings are translated at the completion rate of exchange.
▪ Parent company guarantees Joining an overseas subsidiary, for example, carries potential risks.
▪ All of Johnson Matthey's money borrowings are in foreign currency to finance the groups overseas subsidiaries.
▪ Timing Employee selection should not be rushed merely because the overseas subsidiary demands a person in the vacant job straight away.
▪ Disclosure is not required for non-audit services supplied to subsidiaries not audited by the parent company's auditor and to overseas subsidiaries.
▪ By 1966, 20 percent of their total sales was accounted for by overseas subsidiaries.
▪ The number of such judicial appointments for overseas territories is considerable.
▪ In the General Staff's view, instabilities in Britain's overseas territories were likely to grow rather than decline as Sandys hoped.
▪ Finally, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council hears appeals from a very limited number of overseas territories.
▪ For example the administration of overseas territories has been accomplished by means of orders in council issued by virtue of the royal prerogative.
▪ Lawrence was on his first senior overseas tour and was thrilled to be picked for the final test.
▪ It was Huddersfield's first overseas tour.
▪ Suffice to state at this stage that banks are essential for the smooth handling of overseas trade and investment transactions.
▪ A hundred pounds and above covered knights and other leading gentry as well as merchants in overseas trade.
▪ What permitted the concentration of foreign trade in a few ports was the complementing of overseas trade by coastal trade.
▪ To smooth overseas travel, each holiday has its own flights.
▪ I promised that I would speak to the President about the overseas travel.
▪ As the students in the major urban areas became more familiar with foreign teachers, their desire for overseas travel increased.
▪ Travel agents are an important component in the organizational structure of United Kingdom overseas travel.
▪ A year later she started work as an overseas travel rep with a large company.
▪ Which means my overseas trips will be reduced to two or three a year.
▪ It was as if he was doing a parody of a president returning from an overseas trip.
▪ One difficult question is what is the situation if the overseas trust went through a non-qualifying buy-back procedure?
▪ Lost trust losses X dies with an interest in possession in an overseas trust with assets standing at a capital loss.
▪ There are a considerable number of provisions which the taxpayer must carefully take into account when setting up an overseas trust.
▪ This chapter examines the question of what, precisely, is an overseas trust.
▪ Mr X sets up an overseas trust under which he and his spouse are excluded from all benefit.
▪ Mr X gives £1M to an overseas trust under which Mr Y has an interest in possession.
▪ There is an overseas trust which received income arising from overseas possessions and securities.
▪ Mr Smith may set up an overseas trust for the benefit of his grandchildren.
▪ The question of using overseas visitors for advocacy had arisen and was discussed.
▪ Many graduate students and overseas visitors have worked on aspects of the ecology of this field.
▪ All subsequent communications about overseas visitors itineraries to be conducted with Coordinators only.
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
▪ overseas bank accounts
▪ overseas travel
▪ The university has a large number of overseas students.
▪ There has been an increase in overseas trade during the last year.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
▪ David Lawrence, whose first overseas Test came to a tragic end when he broke his kneecap while bowling.
▪ Finally, when choosing an overseas package tour, do not skimp.
▪ Hearst officials said they expect the overseas program to grow to 50 editions by the turn of the century.
▪ Please trust our selection; it makes your overseas journey shorter, sweeter and more efficient.
▪ The contract in many ways represents the changing nature of overseas military operations.
▪ Tourism attraction operators in Cheshire will be told of the latest developments in home and overseas marketing at a forum this month.