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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- But the master stroke of the production was the way the plot was allowed to develop through the music and lyrics rather than just the dialog.
- It was a master stroke of second guessing and reverse psychology.
- This proved useful but his master stroke several years later was to recognise the value of Marconi's invention of radio.
- Confiscating everyone's toiletries on day one (replaced by a bare minimum of basics to share) is a master stroke.
- The Nivelle offensive of April 1917 had been oversold as a war-winning master stroke, and its failure stirred deep-seated discontent into open mutiny.
- Looking back on the last three years, the appointment was a master stroke.
- That was a master stroke - maybe the master stroke of the year.
- The story of how he freed a beautiful widow won him romantic popularity, but was also a political master stroke.
- The master stroke, the thing that made the plan viable, was the creation of the Home.
- Dividing the county into two main groups, with the first and second in each group to qualify for the semi-finals was a master stroke.
- Jude and fellow officials believe this has been a master stroke.
- Then early in the second-half the management pulled off a master stroke.
- Getting a career starter to alter his role so drastically and successfully in midseason is a master stroke.
- It seemed to me that rather than displaying panic, it was a master stroke, politically speaking.
- His ploy to unite the party behind the compromise of the current policy probably still feels a master stroke but he forgot the rest of Britain is less obsessed with Europe.
- In order to mediate between the two, the car park was treated as landscape rather than building - a master stroke.
- The company's decision to continue withholding the final release of taxation policy has been a master stroke.
- The designers of the new big Jaguar have pulled off a master stroke in achieving a car which is at once thoroughly modern yet instantly recognisable for what it is.
- Persuading my wine-drinking girlfriend to join me for the popular tour of the brewery was a master stroke.
- But it was a master stroke as he teased and tormented the Dublin captain.
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