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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- Typically they will devote their third year efforts to capturing the charms of disused water towers or rubbish-strewn beaches in midwinter.
- Damp almost certainly means midges, something often overlooked when a garden is planned in midwinter, so this is not the ideal spot for summer suppers under the stars.
- In temperate regions with warm winters, a few warm days, even in midwinter, can be enough to induce bud swelling, which can lead to budbreak if the warmth persists.
- Also, the price of gold has a seasonal trend, peaking in midwinter.
- The early morning temperature dropped dramatically, as the grass and all the plants suddenly froze over with a frost that would only appear in midwinter.
- By sealing in moisture, the antidesiccant minimizes the damage that can come from cycles of freezing, thawing, and refreezing in midwinter.
- This is midge territory and, let's be honest, Fort William is not pretty in midwinter.
- We were amazed that anyone in town would have such things, after three-quarters of a million people went two nights without heat in midwinter.
- Yes, the team with the most-bloated payroll in hockey and, by comparison to its peers, in nearly any sport, woke up in midwinter and realized its approach wasn't working.
- Manchester hardly has a reputation for being sunny and dry - especially in midwinter.
- Such quirky little blooms would be lost in the floral abundance of spring or summer, but in midwinter they are dazzling, standing out against snowy backdrops or the dark needles of evergreens.
- I suspect I know who you would most like to see in midwinter when your pipes burst.
- But seriously, there really are observations of circadian activity in arctic reindeer that suggest something interesting is going on in reindeer brains in midwinter and midsummer.
- In midwinter, coach trips are available daily from Como town to Madesimo to ski for the day.
- Many are understated for much of the year, coming into their own in midwinter.
- Even in midwinter, women went about the streets in miniskirts (though they wore long, long boots when it was really cold.)
- Add the crunch of toasted bread and pancetta, and there you are: peperonata con bruschetta, a red pepper resurrection in midwinter.
- Recognising this, he chose to arrive in midwinter when Venice is cold, wet and magnificently, beautifully bleak.
- In midwinter, the sun's elevation does not exceed 20 to 23 degrees, and the shortest day consists of about nine hours of daylight.
- Rituals enacted in midwinter ensured the return of the sun in springtime to breathe life back into the barren soil and bring fertility to the land so that its inhabitants may reap a plentiful harvest.
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