In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The Register is no more innocent than the rest of the news hounds in promoting Sun's ambitious but vacuous plan.
- They say he was too much of a news hound to appreciate the work of the arts staff and too disorganized to manage the office.
- And the Internet is fast becoming the alternative route for some image hungry news hounds.
- The news hounds are certainly getting hyped up about MRSA.
- The interviewer was none other than Meagan, who was only in her second year as a reporter and writer, though she did have her aspirations from early on to major in journalism and become a news hound for a major national publication.
- It almost gets to the point where you want to - you say to yourself, even a news hound like myself, ‘No, enough.’
- They do and the TV news hounds pile on to the front lawn of the dead man's family to get the reaction.
- Seeing the reel-to-reel and cart machines brings back memories of my days as a radio announcer and news hound.
- Pattaya City Hall was the first stop on their whirlwind tour, when at 11: 00 a.m. on May 5th, accompanied by escorts and news hounds, the Miss Thailand hopefuls were greeted by Mayor Pairat and the entire city administration.
- Here's a question for international news hounds.
- The news hounds must have arrived at the crash site in force, because in the background of every shot was the downed craft.
- In addition, Tom's is going to welcome its own undercover news hound, Scooby McKay.
- He watched the gathering of dark-suited officials, of news hounds, of curious citizens.
- So here's some news for these alleged news hounds - this story isn't going to go away any time in the foreseeable future.
- Meanwhile, over at Variety, they have declared war on Inside.com, increasing budget and staff to strengthen Variety's position as top movie news hound.
- I suggested that we pay a passing urchin from the township to go and count the whales for us, but the curvaceous news hound insisted that we do it ourselves.
- You get to see a TV news hound swept away in mid syllable by part of a flying house as tornados wreak havoc in LA.
- He may be out of the anchor chair, but tonight, news hound Tom Brokaw is sniffing around one of the biggest stories of all time, the Watergate scandal, for a new documentary called ‘Tom Brokaw Reports: Deep Throat, The Full Story.’
- Part of being a professional news hound is knowing when to stay out of the way and let events take their course.
- There are great opportunities out there for hungry news hounds - and I am hungry.
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.