In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Chinese military music played softly in the background, and black-and-white photocopies of the actual images from which the sculptures were made littered the floor.
- We make a huge act of faith when we look at some photocopies of materials attached to written submissions, and do not actually look for legislation ourselves.
- I have recently come across a photocopy of the epitaph written on the grave of my uncle, John Agar.
- Send one set of original illustrations and photographs and two sets of photocopies; artwork will not be returned after publication.
- They have cheap photocopies and printing, water, a free exambank, a microwave, a toaster, signups for sports teams and grad photos and, of course, good conversation.
- The creases in the photo are because this is a colour photocopy of the one original copy which we all clubbed together to buy.
- Making application forms anonymous proved difficult and required a photocopy of already copied applications, with a further reduction in legibility of some forms.
- So after about 2 more hours, I handed in the newspaper with my ad, my photos and my photocopy of ID.
- But there are also stories of students who run errands, make photocopies and play computer games, only to later pad their resumes.
- They didn't seem to think that faxed copies, or posted photocopies would count, except they only said that after they asked for them.
- No photocopy or pictures of the statement were allowed.
- I like to read from a print but a photocopy, scan or photograph is the second best; of course, face to face is best!
- Other teachers may prefer to matte the prints for wall display and place photocopies of the notes beside them for students to read.
- The library provided 6,866 photographs and 51,211 photocopies of the material to its readers.
- The pictures are grainy photocopies of photos included in a confidential French investigation into the Paris car crash.
- Use archival copy paper to make lasting photocopies of your original photos and keepsakes.
- When you have some color schemes in mind, a great way to test things out is to sketch or photograph your house, then make several black and white photocopies of the picture or drawing.
- She made the images by arranging these items on a color photocopier, making copies of them and then photographing the photocopies.
- Once, a patron came in with a photocopy of a newspaper photo that appeared in one of the two main papers when his grandfather was four years old.
- It was a photocopy of a letter written in curvy handwriting on lined paper.
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- We then went on to discuss wether photocopying pages of crochet books was a sin, and would she go to hell for it?
- So, photocopying a page out of a book makes the words no longer the property of the author?
- Hofmann made his version by photocopying an old Bible and getting a printshop to make a set of typefaces for him.
- The cost of photocopying a book is substantially lower than having to buy one.
- So if I ever get around to photocopying them and bringing them around to places, you might see that in print.
- To date, printed scores have been strictly protected; photocopying them is illegal.
- So the Listener could sue you for photocopying this article and trying to sell the copy, but it can't prevent you writing about it in your own words.
- Not him; he photocopied it with all the boxes pre-ticked.
- I came home after photocopying the exams for the kids next week, and went straight to sleep.
- Anyone can drum up 250 objections simply by photocopying the standard objection letter.
- Kazza is now in charge of photocopying a daily report for some of our staff.
- Cllr Catterall flew to Kansas and visited the Dwight D Eisenhower Library in Abilene and photocopied every letter.
- Companies have been urged to make sure their staff do not injure themselves at office Christmas parties by dancing on desks or photocopying themselves.
- Assisted by the Ford Foundation, I photocopied mountains of Congress papers.
- The funeral service was such a big event that many people had to stand in the aisles and 150 extra orders of service had to be photocopied.
- You don't even see people photocopying their body parts anymore.
- I can also return that book for store credit without the bookstore accusing me of photocopying the book at home.
- It's to make up for the tons of paper we use up photocopying the thousands of pages' worth of readings he assigns.
- I typed out a letter on headed note paper, photocopied it 30 times and as a good clubman paid for the postage myself and sent them off.
- Filesharing is the equivalent of someone buying a book, photocopying it and distributing it to strangers on the street.
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.