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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- This book - another in the long line of fabulous limited edition books from Genesis Publications - is the clincher in that very argument.
- Three big hacks later he had crossed the line at the other end to score what turned out to be the clincher.
- We've seen it, we've smelt it, we understand it and it was the clincher in the end.
- Last week he missed a penalty and this week he scores the second goal that is probably the clincher.
- Yet sleep is likely to be the clincher when it comes to the show's future - can Parker and Nixon sustain gruelling filming schedules while raising families?
- All that was left was for French to show his enduring sprightliness with the clincher 11 minutes from time.
- All facts aside, the real clincher is this: what exactly is the alternative?
- The players were spurred on and in the remaining 16 minutes displayed tremendous aggression in their approach for a goal clincher.
- But the money would not, in itself, be the clincher.
- It was a gamble that paid off in the most golden of coinage when Fletcher netted the play-off clincher four minutes later.
- Don't yell at me for telling you this either, it isn't the clincher of the movie, it happens in the first ten minutes and it is ok that you find out before seeing the movie.
- The thrust of the argument is best wrapped up in the following clincher.
- He sent over three magnificent points from play, one the clincher to finally end Dublin's hopes, and his link-up play was top drawer.
- And then there's the clincher: the fact that Lee just happens to own the painting in question.
- The clincher is that US citizens could have had access to this drug sooner, if the medical establishment hadn't assumed a ‘why bother’ attitude.
- Anderson secured the clincher in 73 minutes, his accurate header from Aitken's cross bringing a happy end to a day of mixed emotions.
- And then he puts the clincher on the matter when he states: ‘Reason cannot answer.’
- And then came the clincher: ‘Almost every year someone takes us to court.’
- The veteran frontman got the clincher with a typical effort in the 51st minute to kill off the Highlanders’ challenge.
- There was no more than a frame in it until the clincher.
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.