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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- She has written sun sign columns for a number of magazines and websites and has articles published in numerous astrological periodicals all over the world.
- While they were self-taught, they read professional periodicals and kept abreast of the latest advances in the field.
- Prisoners must be allowed access to books, newspapers and periodicals of their choice.
- In the late 90's I started writing poetry that was published in various periodicals.
- Thomas Pringle went to South Africa in 1820, where he edited two periodicals.
- While in prison, he has written five books of poetry and has contributed to several periodicals.
- He has a diploma in journalism and has published several features, stories and poetry in magazines and periodicals.
- Under the Act, newspapers, magazines and periodicals are exempt from the need to be qualified to give advice.
- Independent feminist periodicals, publishers, and booksellers are rapidly being driven out of existence.
- She has published scholarly articles as well as stories, personal essays, and poems in numerous periodicals.
- Each year between 1945 and 1985 saw the establishment of at least one periodical devoted to war and the military.
- The periodical article system of transmitting new knowledge has worked remarkably well for two centuries or more.
- The two have carefully tracked the coming and going of feminist periodicals.
- Well, they don't appear to be reading any more periodicals.
- However, journals are inherently inferior to daily or weekly periodicals in covering fast-moving events.
- The convention will publish periodicals and establish a Web site to promote distant and Internet educational programs.
- Her work has been widely published in literary periodicals (print and online) in Australia and overseas.
- He writes for various British periodicals and appears on BBC Radio and Television, dispensing advice on gardening.
- Several vegetarian periodicals are available, and the following books can be acquired through most booksellers.
- His articles on music have been published in many periodicals.
- British weekly literary periodicals remained of high quality.
- The present situation, of periodical outbursts in the press, is an inadequate way of fostering good relationships with the Asian community and does not encourage change and communal harmony.
- The periodical announcement over the public address system about the services available brings more people here.
- Again, in German-speaking countries the periodical publication of printed papers began quite early.
- Court jurisdiction to award periodical payments was severely curtailed, although not abolished.
- They hope to hold periodical clean-ups in the town, and they are appealing for continued, and increased community involvement.
- I got about 25 pregnant patients today, some of them very young, as part of periodical examination procedures which also involve a bit of boring paperwork.
- I have found from experience that without periodical interaction, activists cannot render service to victims of human rights violation.
- Hence social welfare organisations have begun reaching up to the doorsteps, especially of the rural poor, to highlight the importance of periodical health care.
- Canada has had periodical reminders of these disturbing social problems over the last several years and a lot of money has been spent in attempts to stem the loss of life.
- A methodical and periodical assessment of the scholastic ability of students is more important than judging them by just one examination.
- At periodical intervals, the network returns the data to a central control room by cellular phone, satellite, or a conventional telephone circuit.
- There should be a social law ensuring protection to aged parents from their children with provision for periodical surveillance in the event of its breach.
- The quantification of periodical payments is more of an art than a science.
- The book contains a list of food items suitable for diabetic patients, routine exercises, diet control measures and details of periodical check-ups.
- It is curious to see the periodical disuse and perishing of means and machinery, which were introduced with loud laudation a few years or centuries before.
- But the democratic process leaves it open to the citizens as a whole, in periodical elections, to bless or oppose the plans or decisions of particular parties or groups or clans of politicians.
- So there was no procedure at the tribunal at all, just periodical letters saying, ‘We are now still continuing’; the tribunal accepted that, as they would.
- I'm also looking forward to being in Dublin for Easter when I'll make my periodical pilgrimage to the Gallery of Photography.
- The proles, normally apathetic about the war, were being lashed into one of their periodical frenzies of patriotism.
- The periodical drizzle during the afternoon did not deter the spirits of anyone in any way.
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