In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Further down the valley on the old soda ash beds, wild orchids bloom on the alkaline soil, a by-product of soda manufacture.
- Lactic acid is a by-product that's produced in the muscle fibres when they can't keep up with the energy demands.
- We are not aware of any silver mutual fund since most silver is produced as a by-product of other metals such as copper.
- Only methanol is required as fuel, and the by-products are heat, water, and carbon dioxide.
- In Ireland it is produced as a by-product of the drugs industry.
- But trees naturally absorb CO2 and produce in its place useful by-products: oxygen and wood.
- Microsilica or silica fume is a by-product in the manufacture of silicon and ferrosilicon alloys.
- Cooking gas, gasoline and diesel are by-products of crude oil.
- One of the most significant is carbon dioxide, a by-product of burning fossil fuels such as oil, petrol and coal.
- Sugar cane fiber, a by-product of sugar manufacturing, can be made into paper.
- The manufacture of chemical weapons produces chemical by-products and chemical contamination.
- Although these trace minerals are present in grains and by-products, iron, zinc, copper, selenium, and iodine need to be supplemented.
- Many materials are already in use or in development, including wood waste, sewage cake, agricultural by-products and waste from the food processing industry.
- The process of drilling for oil produces toxic by-products - drilling mud and poisonous waste water, which get dumped into the ocean.
- Ancient Greeks and Romans observed it in its potassium salt form as a by-product in the production of wine.
- Picric acid is a by-product from the manufacturing of explosives.
- Vegans won't eat any animal products or by-products at all, which is weird.
- Tons of straw are produced each year as a by-product of grain production.
- In the case of yeast's metabolic activity in six-carbon sugar solutions such as grape juice, the three main by-products are water, ethanol, and carbon dioxide.
- Yaks provide wool and milk by-products such as butter, which are sold or bartered for grain.
- Perhaps it was an inevitable by-product of the Bosman ruling, which allowed holders of EU passports to be treated the same as nationals.
- Rumours are an inevitable by-product of the success he has had at Preston.
- Once hunger and disease, the by-products of poverty, are cleared from the face of the earth the world shall be a safe place to live in.
- Likely this will also entail some depreciation of the yen as a by-product of this policy.
- Social capital is an unintended by-product of the constitution of human capital.
- An economy based on waste is inherently and hopelessly violent, and war is its inevitable by-product.
- ‘That is the by-product of greater economic confidence which results from the cuts,’ he said.
- Many of the fears and misconceptions shaping our options and influencing our choices are by-products of this fallacy.
- I tend to see the results as the by-product of an ethos where we encourage students to aim high
- This is not the result of political differences or a by-product of the troubles.
- What's happening now is simply a by-product of the strategy's effectiveness.
- A happy by-product of the fantasy is the prospect that the community will disintegrate into a free-trade area.
- The snobbery and hatred of meritocracy that have been revealed this week are simply inevitable further by-products of monarchy.
- That dehumanisation is a by-product of the modern world - an effect to the modern world's cause - is a given.
- Poverty is a by-product of domination of the needs of profit over the needs of people.
- But off-setting these places, are negatives which are really by-products of poverty.
- Does the meat industry perpetuate world hunger and deforestation, and if so are these inevitable industry by-products?
- One could argue that the democratic element of the resulting government was a by-product.
- It certainly did not emerge as an inevitable by-product of individualism or the market.
- Errors are an inevitable by-product of complex systems of human activity.
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