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 wasted little time building a reputation as a hard-working moderate conservative who emerged as a crucial power broker on the nine-member court.
- He was a person of genius and contradiction - at once a rationalist committed to toleration, openness, and the pursuit of happiness and a militaristic power broker who prospered while crushing others under foot.
- In stark contrast to its nature during the foundational period in the 1970s and early 1980s, the Commission in large measure both sets the Community agenda and acts as a power broker in the legislative process.
- The real winner, though, is also the power broker behind the merger.
- Even many of her private pastimes were public events calculated to reinforce this double image of a major power broker who somehow still embodied feminine virtue.
- He acted as a pro-American power broker and an alternative voice to the German-French axis within the European Union.
- Needless to say, he is a real power broker on the international film scene.
- Opinion polls put his likely score at 12%, which makes him the ‘third man’ - the candidate who could end up acting as a power broker between the two heavyweights.
- And he's going to really fulfill the stereotype of a Washington power broker.
- But the minute the police chief as mayoral candidate, the fast-talking power broker, and his misfit cast of drunk and clichéd socialites show up, the movie goes painfully askew.
- ‘I want to be able to influence young minds to pursue higher learning,’ she said before a recent board meeting, looking quite the power broker in a crisp lavender suit.
- Like the proverbial power broker who works behind the scenes, optimal hydration is one of the physical conditions most closely associated with all aspects of anabolism.
- And so, in that sense, I think he indeed can become a power broker.
- We need a new fresh start, and within 5 years, we could become a shining star and a power broker.
- On the one hand, the photograph gives us a hint of what it feels like to be a power broker whose milieu is the smoke-filled room, or an insider who manages the campaign from the sidelines.
- He had also become a power broker in the British scientific establishment.
- If a true power broker believes in your skills, he or she can back you up with a huge budget and a worldwide tour.
- He was right: as the ultimate power broker, he became a one-man replacement for the crumbling studio system.
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