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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- I have written in the past that I would love to watch the Sunday gasbag shows with some of America's incisive social critics of the past.
- Fortunately, incisive writing and convincing performances help us overlook them.
- These traits have made him one of the liveliest and most incisive intellectuals in France.
- His account is highly readable and sometimes incisive.
- That much is clear from your letters related to my incisive analysis last week, exploring Google's ills.
- The pages brim with incisive descriptions and exquisite pictures of Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Patagonia.
- Since he dictates all of his written work, the way he writes and the way he talks are identical: ornate, elaborate, old-fashioned, yet incisive and clear.
- Deliver intelligent and incisive points, well made and expressed with sublime brevity, with great import for the organisation and relevant to all present.
- His simple yet incisive writing gives you a very clear picture of the fears and longings of these teens.
- You can look forward to some retrospective travel notes, complaints about summer TV and other incisive, analytical gems.
- These articles are the most incisive and intelligent I've yet seen anywhere, and I seriously hope you will continue to draw more detailed conclusions from this case.
- News organizations will gain readers by providing the most complete, reliable news, the most informed commentary, and the most aggressive, incisive reporting.
- They are incisive, beautifully written, witty and very personal.
- I'm only into the second chapter, but it's incredibly incisive stuff: simple anecdotes that illustrate simple yet powerful principles.
- Perhaps he is more incisive on individually produced artefacts like paintings or buildings.
- Her writing is often powerful and incisive, but it achieves this effect through simplicity and restraint rather than stylistic flourish.
- If I were currently more in charge of my faculties and able to string together a cohesive sentence, I would undoubtedly offer you some incisive media analysis of this news.
- The writing is pithy and incisive and sometimes devastatingly accurate.
- Might he be the focus of some incisive Hollywood docudrama?
- I thought the last paragraph was the most incisive passage in the piece.
- The films I was making weren't incisive enough.
- In fact, Webb was a highly educated and incisive intellect.
- He does not seek to be fashionable, yet his incisive analysis of social and political realities reflects a distinctive outlook.
- Consider this incisive analysis of the Whitewater investigation.
- For those familiar with the era, the documentary is a sweet piece of nostalgia even if it fails to be comprehensive or intellectually incisive.
- Uday is a screaming crazy who lacks his father's deft administrative touch, incisive analytical skills, brimming compassion, and sense of restraint.
- Although her passion, and commitment to accuracy, decency and incisive writing never deserted her, Gay's health progressively did, and her final years were not happy.
- The moments of grace and beauty, of clear crisp prose and keen incisive social commentary lie outside the obsessive, self-reflexive mediations of Ben and Priya on the nature of their flawed union.
- He is incisive, can bowl for long periods, and keeps coming at the batsmen; for them the pressure seldom ceases.
- With clear tables and incisive arguments, it is a single-volume reference on this vexing sociocultural problem.
- His incisive account of the institutional experimentation with respect to cutting rights is informative.
- He was incisive in his comments, challenging members to improve their pictures and explaining clearly how he felt this could be done.
- While the progressive implications of some of the films seem tangential, the analysis is generally incisive and occasionally provocative.
- Its impact is enhanced by incisive writing and compelling evidence in profusion.
- No man could so stimulate others unless, alongside an incisive intellect, he was possessed of enthusiasm and warmth, a deep interest in his fellow man, and a sympathy the more real for being unsentimental.
- The writing is fresh, the analyses incisive - all the things that are necessary for a good work of history.
- Most of the jokes aren't laugh-aloud funny but they are incisive.
- They have the makings of incisive critics of visual culture.
- We commit to continuing to publish the serious scoops, the weighty investigative pieces and the incisive political analysis.
- He is always incisive and insightful, and understands Wagner's epic character almost as well as anyone.
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