In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This is the story of the inextricable link between violence, skewed gender relations and the spread of HIV / AIDS.
- From a logistical perspective, there has always been an inextricable relationship between events at sea and those on land.
- The individual, the community, the land are inextricable in the process of creating history.
- Interpretation and attribution are also inextricable in relation to the theme of the painting.
- It is about the inextricable relationship between freedom and truth.
- What's missing are the historical contexts of our mixing of cultures and technologies, and how inextricable they have always been from relations of power.
- It is impossible, however, to split the duties in that manner without getting into inextricable confusion.
- How does one understand why people like Mrs. H do not attribute or link their low self-esteem directly to racism despite the inextricable relationship between the two?
- What emerges clearly from the situation in the airline industry is the inextricable link between the economic issues facing working people and the necessity for a new political perspective and a new political movement.
- MY family has been Christian for several centuries, living peacefully in a society in which various forms of religious worship are an inextricable dimension if not the very foundation of most lives.
- More important, she highlights the inextricable relationship of the conditions of reciprocity to the meaning of one's subjectivity.
- In so doing, the church would seem to have vouchsafed the gospel's inextricable relationship to the First Testament.
- She depicted the inextricable relationship between the stories used to recover the values of the past and the entrepreneur - a relationship that challenged her belief in the transcendence of art.
- When the collective whole is intolerable and evil, the individual is an inextricable part of the mixture - by virtue of having added his capabilities and talents.
- Each nationality is inextricable from its religious identity.
- Further, it must have at its core belief, an awareness of the inextricable relationship between social justice and health equity.
- Surprise was expressed when a year passed and I had written practically nothing, though I had examined a large quantity of paper, then in almost inextricable confusion.
- When they meet in an individual, the two are inextricable.
- It is the inseparable and inextricable nature of the bond between the skeleton and death which ensures that human bones are often perceived in a supernatural light that passes beyond common sense.
- Taking its title from a Pablo Neruda poem, the album's relationship to poetry is inextricable.
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.