In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I have iterated the term ‘story’ of Ray Schmidt to reflect the film's deceptive simplicity.
- In 1517 Erasmus first iterated a familiar liberal theme; war is unprofitable.
- This point about York's and Thursday's ultimate subservience to the army is iterated visually in the same scene.
- The simulations were iterated 500 times for each parameter combination.
- This process is iterated until all maps have been incorporated into the comprehensive map.
- In 1997, the government iterated a policy encouraging agencies to use incentives ‘to the maximum extent practicable when contracting for services.’
- Well each time we iterate the drawing process, we are adding 4 times as many triangles as before, and each of them is 3 times as small as before.
- When management decisions are iterated (in space or time), knowledge gained from one decision can be applied to the next decision.
- The song offers no answers, only iterating the closing command: ‘Ride away.’
- I merely iterate the reasons Gemayel is an important national leader.
- And this iterates a kind of foundation myth of the US.
- If you want, we can start iterating them one by one.
- In a separate statement he iterated the simplicity of treatment of such ‘disabled’ persons with ‘drugs'.
- Yapko iterates the four questions that guide his conceptualization of the client and assessment regarding the direction in which he will proceed.
- It rarely failed to mollify, but carried with it the penalty of having to iterate the performance many, many times.
- A story panel iterated a simplified version of the story I had told that elided any reference to class inequality or the powerlessness of his position.
- When she iterated this syllable he whirled round and clamped his hand on her throat.
- He was merely iterating his fondness for Thurmond and for the old South, and expressing his cherished wish to preserve it.
- This refinement process could be iterated a second time to further define the center of the filament.
- These assumptions have been iterated for decades in spite of many contradictory observations and experiments.
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- The process is iterated until all putative ortholog sets have been examined.
- He then iterates the process to converge on a zero of f.
- The searches were initiated with a single query sequence and iterated until convergence.
- The remainder of the program iterates through a number of PCM data types, starting with the stream types.
- The process is iterated until the classification quality no longer increases.
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.