In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It is not inconceivable that his methods could have resulted in some of them becoming identified against their will.
- It is not at all inconceivable that a small number of them are capable of acting like idiots.
- That's inconceivable to me, the thought of someone understanding me better than I do.
- Taylor must prove equally astute, though it seems inconceivable that the next manager will survive so long.
- That kind of financial irregularity would be inconceivable today, even in Motherwell and Wishaw.
- I don't want to look at this stuff very often, but it's inconceivable that it wouldn't be there when I needed it.
- Discordant declarations are inconceivable and, when they occur, devastating.
- It is inconceivable that these powers could be applied to a demonstration.
- In this early morning paradise, it seemed inconceivable that enormous violence was about to be unleashed.
- It is inconceivable that the council have the power to banish us from outside our own front door in the name of traffic flow for a race meeting.
- I look to see if she's near - maybe some effort's not so inconceivable after all.
- Because the falsity of such a proposition is inconceivable, you cannot have a clear grasp of its meaning and be in doubt as to its truth.
- Having moved from Anfield to Elland Road, it is inconceivable that Fowler will be left behind if fully fit and back in form.
- The idea that he might just conceivably stand for values which are socially destructive is of course inconceivable.
- Because the notion of it still being broken was simply inconceivable.
- It is inconceivable that people should be working and not have anything to show for it.
- If he had, however, it is inconceivable that he would have blamed his mother.
- It is inconceivable to think he would allow a book go to print without including in it his summary of events in Saipan.
- We find it inconceivable that his accounts were imagined or invented.
- It is inconceivable that low percentages of women in other jobs would get such special treatment.
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