In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Advances against the diseases were notably improved by the discovery of their causative microorganisms.
- Another form of oral activity is notably absent and it is a silence which is truly telling.
- At least there was now some quality in the hitting, even if subtlety remained notably absent.
- The devil is notably absent from most of these scenes, which rather emphasise female agency and rebellion.
- What is notably absent is any of Laing's more recent figurative sculpture.
- The timing is notably off and the delivery comes across as blatantly bitchy.
- These new styles are remarkable in that they give invariably to their wearers a notably youthful appearance.
- Michael Hofmann is a poet and translator - notably, of the work of Joseph Roth.
- There is an obsession with details among all the best managers that is notably absent in McCarthy.
- What was notably missing from Dyke's lecture last week was any mention of sport, in particular football.
- However, notably absent were the current world champions.
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- Byrne's work has always been engaging and has drawn heavily on historical precedents, most notably pop art.
- The interiors, notably the three downstairs reception rooms, are surprisingly light and fresh.
- It can be useful in treating pain and discomfort throughout the body, most notably in cases of chronic headaches.
- Orders are notably high from the Northeast, where the drought is particularly severe.
- One area of particularly rapid growth is that of organic baby foods, notably in Germany.
- Rosanna's dyslexia means she faces daily problems with her schoolwork, most notably her reading.
- Even when industry seeks green alternatives, it can be hit by other factors, notably commodity prices.
- England are rather specialising in bad vibes, most notably against Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, of all teams.
- This period of French history has proved a rich background for fiction, most notably perhaps for Alan Furst.
- That is why the game should be prepared to learn from the success of other sports, notably swimming.
- Other songs, notably Long Shadow, intended for Johnny Cash, are untypically personal.
- This unfortunately has caused some breakage, notably to the blog archives and to comments.
- Scotland Yard is also recruiting linguists, notably those who speak Middle Eastern languages.
- He edited or published a number of magazines, most notably Liberation, which ran for 20 years.
- Haydock does host Flat racing, most notably the Group One Sprint Cup, but it is primarily known as a jumps course.
- Many alterations have taken place over the past 600 years, most notably in the addition of the tower.
- For many reasons, most notably injury, O'Callaghan has had a slow start to the season.
- Afterwards a few Irish players, most notably Duff, lamented the lost opportunity to earn three points.
- Some items, notably CDs, are nearly half price in certain eurozone countries, the group says.
- However police are very aware of recent world events, notably the volatile situation in the Middle East.
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