In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- As a result, he'll be in catch-up mode at training camp - and he might be limited to one practice a day.
- Other companies stood, slack-jawed, in admiration and played what seemed to be a never-ending game of catch-up.
- This is not a good catch-up team, going against a defense that led the league with 49 takeways.
- One filmmaker, however, pointed to other causes for the conservatives' game of cultural catch-up.
- Even so, she felt confident that with a few weeks of catch-up studying, she would overtake the rest of the student body in the tenth grade.
- In regard to his play in the secondary, Poteat has some upside potential because of his quickness and catch-up speed.
- The rest are in catch-up mode, and for most October won't help them gain much ground.
- So I'm not so sure that that is exactly what's preventing the catch-up in the IT world.
- Because of its deliberate offensive philosophy, State isn't a good catch-up team.
- But the catch-up faltered when Carlisle scored again for a 26-12 half-time lead.
- He's decent at the line of scrimmage and has excellent catch-up speed.
- Peterson has good catch-up quickness and is adept at reaching around receivers to slap the ball away.
- Leeds United resume their game of catch-up at Manchester City tomorrow by chasing a place in the Premiership's top ten.
- The catch-up for these countries will take a long time.
- The gardener who misses a ride on the crest of this weather system risks a whole season of catch-up.
- Part of that was catch-up for reduced childbearing during the Depression and World War II.
- The Administration's development strategy endeavors to deal with these impediments to catch-up.
- Just to even up his round though, Garcia did a little catch-up all of his own at the 17th hole, the lengthy par five which he proceeded to birdie.
- So they get back in contact after the gap has become too worrying and suggest a nice friendly catch-up.
- With the government's decision to stall capital spending, the game of catch-up will now be slowed.
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