In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1humanamenteeverything humanly possible — todo lo humanamente posible
- But, you do everything that's humanly possible to believe in them.
- Many of these works are crammed with details and it is humanly impossible to recreate them.
- I would build a spare room, if such a thing were humanly feasible.
- There's a catch, though: it might be humanly impossible for those competing this weekend to drive.
- I have to go, just to see how that's humanly possible.
- We certainly intend to find him and we are doing everything humanly possible to do that.
- We have done everything humanly possible to ensure, first of all, that as many voters as can get to the polls go to the polls.
- I feel duty bound to ensure that situation doesn't happen again as far as humanly possible.
- When phoning in, be as graphic as humanly possible.
- I think I knew what he was going to say, and I wanted to put it off as long as humanly possible.
- He's famous for mixing together things that seem humanly impossible while keeping it sounding fluid, cool, funky and fun.
- It's very difficult if not humanly impossible to do everything that the Secretary-General is required to do at present.
- If you have confidence in yourself and in your abilities, nothing that is humanly possible is beyond you.
- We'll do everything humanly possible to try to find her.
- As much as humanly possible, the process eliminates surprises within the organization; it anticipates variables, breaks them down and neutralizes them.
- Tough new rules are being pushed through as quickly as humanly possible so that investors can once again have faith in the accounting of American businesses.
- And yes, I know you're all thinking - it's not humanly possible for a person to spend that much time in the grocery store.
- I can't give assurances, but we have done everything humanly possible to make sure it does not.
- I can tell you that we're doing our absolute level best to ensure that the number of casualties from military activities will be as low as humanly possible.
- But we must now go to the European and world authorities as soon as humanly possible to get our disease-free status back.
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