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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- Yet, this middle section is a slog, frankly (reminiscent of the author's long-winded diatribes in his other books).
- They lived in a commune, dressed in black and sang ferocious punk rock diatribes against society's values and institutions - not least Christianity.
- Right-wing diatribes against the ‘liberal media’ often have an unpleasant whiff of whining.
- As well as frequent mentions of Club Med, Platform contains a few diatribes against the Guide du Routard, France's backpacker alternative to the Michelin guides.
- I do not personally know any of the recipients of your attacks, yet I seem to find myself in agreement with some who did bother to respond to your selfish and misguided diatribes.
- But this is not a bitter diatribe about the male obsession with sex.
- His diatribes preserve the syntax of logical argument but are devoid of sense, which I think is symptomatic of a form of mental illness.
- His vitriolic diatribes were indeed difficult for those of us in attendance to stomach.
- As we have stated in this column before, it is important that we foster a spirit of dialogue in the politics of this country, diatribes of invectives will not take Zambia anywhere.
- If Carlyle's criticism curdled into diatribes of denunciation, Comte's calcified into the dogmatism of a cult.
- He frequently used such commonplace devices as rhetorical questions and other characteristic elements of diatribes.
- Luther's vitriolic diatribes against the Jews are part of the history that leads to Kristallnacht.
- As political diatribes go, the messages criticizing the two county commissioners were pretty mild.
- His last letter turned into another of his lengthy diatribes about Bradford Council, even though I don't believe I had referred to that body in my previous letter.
- Reading some of his anti-Liberal Party diatribes could make you think he's been following today's current sponsorship scandal.
- After questioning him, he launched into a diatribe of self-recrimination.
- She finished off her diatribe by condemning the previous day's protest by workers and farmers.
- Certainly the right has built a vast information infrastructure, but a majority Americans are not falling for their diatribes.
- Whether or not you agree with Blair's often irrational diatribes, he's arguably the most widely-read Australian blogger.
- The fact that Skinner's verbal diatribes are accompanied by minimum technological enhancement only add to their power.
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