In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He concluded by calling on the movers of a motion calling for the early pull-out of British troops to withdraw their motion in the interests of party unity.
- That pull-out also went ahead despite the attack.
- On Thursday, he had warned that a rushed pull-out would be a catastrophe.
- Coming after other business pull-outs this effectively raises the white flag from the dense-server sector.
- The end of the Cold War triggered a French pull-out from their barracks in Hiburg, then part of West Germany, freeing up land for urban planning.
- In the end, the opposition motion was composited from those submitted by 13 CLPs and did not even call for an immediate withdrawal of British troops, urging only an ‘early pull-out.’
- ‘The Foreign Affairs Ministry is co-ordinating the pull-out of the humanitarian contingent with the Ministry of National Defence,’ the statement said.
- The pull-out came just hours before the shares were due to start conditional trading.
- That vote comes one day after a highly respected Democratic congressman called for a pull-out over the next six months and three days after the Senate called for regular reports on the progress and conduct of this war.
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- And finally, there's a pull-out about the Rolling Stones.
- This week school leavers are poring over those pull-outs in the newspapers giving the official lists of vacancies at British universities for everything from accommodation management to youth studies (I'm not making it up).
- Inside there is a special Olympics pull-out, and on page seven is a column entitled ‘Pitfalls’, listing damaging factors London now has to avoid.
- An upmarket pull-out of a national news magazine listed all the adrenalin pumping excitement you can buy in life.
- In the middle of the zine is a fantastic pull-out called ‘Fighting Back’: a hand-drawn leaflet on self-defence for women and girls, which Isy has given up copyright for - photocopiers at the ready!
- Sani, who has sold men's suits for decades from traveling showrooms set up in hotels around the country, spends millions advertising them in eight-page pull-outs in The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, and The New York Times.
- A perusal of the best of the latest batch, published in a special colour pull-out on November 7, is interesting.
- The next day's papers will carry the budget as front page news, and most will have exclusive pull-outs.
- As a pull-out in the magazine suggests, ‘Do you feel lucky?’
- A few teachers were catching up on things, but some appeared to have caught up, and were catching up on computer games and newspaper bargain shopping pull-outs instead (and this included the headmaster).
- On Wednesday - more pictures and tributes again - the Standard ran a 16-page pull-out, ‘Remember the Victims’, to chime with Europe's two minutes of silence.
- Do not miss this week's Surrey Comet for a free 28-page pull-out celebrating 150 years of the paper's history.
- The Province will run full colour parliamentary pull-outs with puns in the headlines, while gruff white dudes talk about global politics in hyper-masculine voices.
- Better photographs (if not as flattering) appear in the sports pull-outs every day now.
- This morning, I was reading the Green Guide - a handy pull-out from The Age which discusses TV, movies and technology, as well as providing a listing of the offerings of the free-to-air channels for the next week.
- Our 16-page Kingdom Life pull-out will bring you all the local news from your own parish right to your doorstep with our on-the-spot team of local correspondents reporting on all the issues of importance from every area in the county.
- The Training Notebook Collector's Edition, a three-ring binder specifically designed to store M & F pull-outs (like this one), comes with 82 exercises.
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