In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In fact, in a sprawling metropolis like London, there are more Indian than Continental restaurants.
- For breakfast patients can order feta cheese with olives, a Continental cheese selection, a fresh fruit bowl and Earl Grey tea.
- Great efforts seem to be focused on the special event markets in Parliament Street, especially Continental clients.
- Impact craters are about as numerous on Venus as they are on continental areas of Earth, and are thus not as common as they are on most other planets.
- Among the chief achievements of the Continental navy was to bring the war to Europe.
- In the last ice age, sea levels fell and continental plants and animals migrated here, only to be trapped when the waters rose again.
- More than 2 percent of the continental United States - an area the size of Georgia - is covered by roads and roadsides.
- A particular winged beetle type lives on large continental areas; the same beetle type on a small windy island has no wings.
- This is a work of an accomplished sculpture and may even be the work of an Irish artist influenced by an English or Continental model.
- But despite the visiting Continental market's success not everybody is happy.
- We are hoping to have a trial Continental market in the late spring.
- So, if I were to have a fling, would you rather it be with an Irish girl or a Continental European girl.
- The following three collection sites belong to the continental area of Antarctica.
- It is the sixth highest free-falling waterfall in the continental United States and the fourth highest in California.
- Furthermore, the United States was bordered by two oceans; it was not only a continent but also a continental island.
- The long endurance of these, still important to the present day, contrasts with developments in many continental areas.
- The distraught parents, from a remote Continental community, were determined the operation should not go ahead.
- During this time vast expanses of North America and Eurasia were periodically covered with enormous continental glaciers.
- Green Sea Turtles enjoy warm, tropical and subtropical, shallow water near continental coasts and around islands where the sea grass is plentiful.
- The Himalayas, towering as high as 8,854 m above sea level, form the highest continental mountains in the world.
- There were no polar ice caps or continental glaciation.
- And this set of glacial deposits contained the evidence of continental glaciers that covered these ancient continents.
- Not when it comes to expensive Continental chocolates, anyway.
- She said the Continental markets sold food that could not be totally fresh, having been brought to Britain from Europe.
- And it's the only speck of land in an area of the ocean about the size of the continental United States.
- Towards the middle of the period the climate became warmer and milder, the glaciers receded, and the continental interiors became drier.
- The band is trying to break into the massive Continental market after a string of UK gigs were axed because of poor ticket sales.
- Earthquakes primarily represent a threat to areas where continental plates meet: Japan, Turkey, California, for example.
- Precipitation is highest in summer due to a continental monsoon, especially in middle to eastern parts of the desert regions in China.
- Visitors can indulge in Indian, Chinese or Continental cuisine as well as delights from the bakery.
- Arguably, it is this route that Continental philosophy has followed ever since.
- When you compare English history with Continental history you are struck immediately by some major overall differences.
- The aim was for a Continental feel - a bustling central square surrounded by restaurants, bars and boutiques.
- And we can say the same thing for other continents that all large continental areas are clearly having increases in temperature which are directly attributable to human activities.
- Such locations were defined based on the latitude and longitude of the center of the country (or continental area) of origin.
- If the Continental school day is adopted, Mr Deadman should carefully monitor the effects both inside and outside his school.
- Even as darkness fell outside the ambience of the Patio didn't dim and candles, as always, add to the Continental feel.
- And it only heightened his appeal to those of us who followed the Continental cycling scene from afar.
- The club are still bottom of the superleague, but semi-finals had been booked in both the Challenge Cup and the Continental Cup.
- The new areas consist of the continental margin and an exclusive economic zone.
2.1(European)(customs/cuisine) de Europa (continental)
2.2Continental(in US history)(soldier) de las colonias confederadas
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