In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This article is excerpted from the first chapter of Readings from the Architecture of Louis I. Kahn by Jeffry Kieffer, with permission of the author.
- This article is excerpted from New London Architecture by Kenneth Powell, with permission of Merrell Publishers.
- This article is excerpted from New Architects 2 by the Architecture Foundation, with permission of the publisher, Merrell.
- This article is excerpted from his forthcoming book Ehyeh: A Kabbalah for Tomorrow to be published by Jewish Lights.
- This article is excerpted from Poetry as Survival, to be published by the University of Georgia Press this year in its Life of Poetry series.
- This article is excerpted from the forthcoming premiere issue of the journal of Green Cross International, The Optimist.
- It's from Departures magazine, and I'm featured in the magazine, which the online article is excerpted from.
- This article is excerpted from French Influences by Betty Lou Phillips, with permission of the publisher, Gibbs Smith.
- This article is excerpted from a much longer essay analyzing the role of Identity Politics in Feminist and Lesbian communities.
- This article is excerpted from Dying in America forthcoming from Cadmus.
- This article is excerpted from a speech Bernard Stein gave a 2002 National Writers Conference in Wilmington, Delaware.
- This article is excerpted from his acceptance speech.
- This article is excerpted from Green Architecture by James Wines, with permission of the publisher, Taschen Books.
- This essay is excerpted from her current project, a book-length study of spatial constructions of race and gender identity.
- This article is excerpted from their forthcoming book, Surviving Galeras, to be published this month by Houghton Mifflin.
- This article is excerpted from a transcript of a lecture given at the pre-conference symposium of AAC&U's 2003 Annual Meeting.
- This essay is excerpted from Joan of Arc: A Penguin Life.
- This article is excerpted from ‘Ranches, Rowhouses, and Railroad Flats,’ by Christine Hunter.
- The above is excerpted from a short poem I wrote about something that indeed happened to me in Prague.
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- The document excerpts material from several digital photography books published by the excellent Peachpit Press, and includes quite a few good tips.
- The author excerpts Amazon user reviews of well-known books and offers a few biting comments.
- I'll excerpt the book first before trying to explain myself.
- Now the former POW is trying to set the record straight with a new book, excerpted in this ‘TIME’ cover story.
- Aspiring disruptors excerpted passages of the book verbatim in their business plans.
- Others had excerpted a prayer or two from the book or described what they liked best in it.
- Of the twenty-six books that were excerpted or reproduced in the New Yorker in 1996, over half hailed from Random House.
- Books under copyright will be excerpted at varying lengths, depending on whether Google has agreements with their publishers to carry longer excerpts.
- First, my favourite academic Mark Kaplan has added another blog to his roster, this one a Critical Dictionary excerpting informative texts to explain apparently difficult concepts in continental philosophy.
- The good people at National Review Online have excerpted a chapter from Steven's book, dealing with the insurgents.
- In a related side-note, I downloaded excerpted chapters from Zeldman's Web Standards Book.
- Maas first wrote of Momsen and the Squalus rescue in his 1967 book The Rescuer, which was excerpted in the The Saturday Evening Post.
- When we excerpt full chapters, we often put the book's color jacket online to help increase readers' interest.
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.