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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- The new board will comprise twelve members, including four worker directors.
- His compositions comprise mainly chamber music, including string quartets and accompanied keyboard sonatas.
- In fact, a border committee comprising representatives of these three parties is said to have been formed.
- The changes included using study sets comprising synonyms, rhymes, or unrelated words.
- The invention comprises a plurality of cameras positioned at a certain event, such as a sporting event.
- There is also a separate guest suite comprising two bedrooms and a bathroom, as well as a garage.
- Of course, these days, the all-Ireland rugby team comprises mostly players from the south.
- The trust was to comprise five people including his chartered accountant.
- Accommodation typically comprises entrance hall, living/dining room, kitchen, bathroom, two bedrooms and rear garden.
- The remainder of the unit comprises warehouse accommodation and includes a roller shutter door.
- It spans five city blocks, comprising twenty-seven buildings and thousands of rooms.
- Each professional was accompanied by three amateur players, comprising members of Cherry Lodge or their guests.
- The 25-member team mostly comprises students in their early twenties.
- The contingent will comprise a revolving cast, including six of the veterans profiled in the film.
- The white suite comprises a corner bath, pedestal wash basin and toilet.
- A task force comprising doctors and nurses was trained and a simple disease management system was adopted.
- The audience, comprising students, teachers and a couple of parents, were an enthusiastic lot.
- The consortium comprises well-heeled individuals who enjoy tax advantages in return for their funding of the hotel projects.
- The cover comprises a lid and a raised rim which is recessed from the outer edge of the lid.
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- For example, women are estimated to comprise almost one-third of the current homeless population.
- A dog is not the same animal as a cat just because both species are comprised of different breeds.
- On race wheels, the core may incorporate spokes, and comprise a large portion of the wheel.
- Direct purchases by state and local governments now comprise nearly 10 percent of GDP.
- The public tends to regard banks as comprising a single group.
- Threats to the body of the individual, in other words, comprise challenges to the body of the family.
- The fins comprise only a minor portion of a shark's total body weight.
- The cost of the hard copies of the full set of documents comprising the recent federal Budget is $110.
- That pattern swells to a buzzing mass of sound so dense that it seems to comprise a single melodic entity.
- The avocado salad was comprised of iceberg lettuce, tomato, onion and a whole sliced avocado.
- Homes receiving ad-supported cable programming now comprise more than 80 percent of all U.S. television households.
- Species not native to northern North America comprise about a third of the flora.
- Investors are out in force and Chambers estimates they comprise approximately 65 per cent of buyers.
- Aspiring competitive athletes comprise only a portion of Cunningham's business.
- The author follows this pattern for the twenty chapters that comprise the second portion.
- This was because the missed cases were not typical of the cohort as a whole but comprised a subset with a lower life expectancy.
- A fuller treatment of the documents which comprise the Treaty can be found here.
- Ultraviolet and visible light comprise only a small portion of the wide ranging electromagnetic radiation spectrum.
- They can even claim the finished item to be so different it comprises a whole new record.
- Tourism is Florida's number one industry, comprising one-fifth of the state's budgeted revenue.
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