In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Each bronchus further bifurcates into a series of subdivisions within the lungs.
- Like previous chapters, this one is bifurcated into separate, unevenly linked sections on Great Britain and the United States.
- The British Columbia province is distinctively bifurcated into the lush green forests and the dry and arid region.
- Other forms have additional spines, or bear bifurcating spines so as to create the appearance externally of additional spines.
- In older embryos, the dorsal branch bifurcates.
- The river bifurcates into two streams just prior to emptying into the lake, where they form two deltas.
- What's news is how we're bifurcating our attention - splitting it into parts - and how media must now compete for slices of it.
- The branch bifurcating from the lower orifice of the stomach descends to the deep layer of the abdomen.
- The present study is concerned mainly with the delta region, where the river bifurcates into a west and an east channel at the city.
- The cars heading down curve slowly, as one watches the flower beds on both sides, not to speak of the stately mansions, condominiums and townhouses that the street bifurcates.
- The quandary bifurcates: one of its branches leads to known resources, the other to unknown ones to be discovered.
- The center rod bifurcates at the top, and one branch joins the adjacent vertical.
- One morning, a village on the periphery of a city wakes up to find itself bifurcated by the construction of a National Highway.
- Once you step into this massive city that is bifurcated into numerous districts and zones, you will have no snag in getting around.
- The eastern fault strand can be traced northward at the surface along the eastern margin of the Ghab basin before bifurcating to the NNE.
- And of course there are the times where a debate fragments or polarises, where more than one of these structuring posts occurs roughly simultaneously, or with radically different views - bifurcating any debate.
- Features include a two-storey reception hall with domed ceiling, bifurcating staircase, gallery landing and reception rooms with marble fireplaces.
- Where the road bifurcates, keep right as indicated by the signs.
- The new bill seeks to strengthen the regulatory body by bifurcating it into a tribunal and a regulator.
- At the lower bridge the river bifurcates into two similar size branches.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.