In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- On a related matter, lack of socialization is the bugaboo of the anti-homeschooler.
- These bugaboos, however, can be corrected in time with patient example and education.
- By doing so, engineers were able to eliminate or reduce many of the rotary's exhaust-related bugaboos, which primarily were related to emissions and fuel economy.
- They are still America's greatest and most enduring bugaboos.
- An extremely long hitter with a fabled touch around the greens, Mickelson and Smith continue to work on his chief bugaboo: accuracy off the tee.
- The two biggest bugaboos bedeviling these preeminent directors are commercialization and overcrowding.
- There are liable to be rocks, propellers, exhaust, slippery decks, cleats, and a host of other potential bugaboos that must be considered.
- Even coal, the bugaboo of climate change, would make a better husband for water, saving billions of gallons of waterflow yearly, even after consuming more water for sulfur removal.
- On the ground at Italy's Bologna International Airport, I ran into the same old bugaboos that make travel back home such a hassle.
- But monotony - the bugaboo of any training program - had reared its ugly head in my direction.
- One of the main bugaboos that Americans have about national healthcare is the fear that it means long waiting times for office visits and elective surgery.
- Since 1975, landmines have killed over a million people, far outstripping the deaths caused by those well-publicized bugaboos, nuclear, chemical and biological weapons.
- This dilemma isn't confined to non-professional players; it has become a bugaboo for some of the top professionals on tour too.
- In the fast-emerging video direct marketing arena, this fact-versus-fiction scenario had been somewhat of an industry bugaboo until just a few years ago.
- Still, the bugaboos of data transparency and price fixing concern regulators.
- We don't want wrong-note anxiety to be the bugaboo.
- Keys have always been my bugaboo, but when my youngest daughter Addy was a toddler, she usually solved my dilemma.
- In fact, the entire notion of ‘scarcity’ is a bugaboo contrived by conservative economists to justify the distributional injustice of the capitalist system.
- The Endangered Species Act has long been a bugaboo for anti-environmental lawmakers, who have unsuccessfully attacked it from every imaginable direction.
- Almost sixty years later, Japanese militarism remains the great bugaboo of East Asian politics.
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.