In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- On the other hand, the weak site has a quadrangular pyramidal structure with three peptide carbonyl groups and two water molecules.
- The four petals, with the stamens inside, form the quadrangular nail-like head of the clove.
- Instead of the customary quadrangular layout, the 15-mile course would be a seven-sided affair, each side about 2.7 miles long.
- It is an erect herb with the stems acutely quadrangular and pale green.
- The former asylum opened in 1816 is a stately quadrangular building of stone with pillars of the Doric order.
- The stones, as revealed by excavations, were in the shape of ornamented half-eggs on squat, quadrangular bases.
- Thousands of people can live in a hutong which is made up of hundreds of quadrangular courtyards each surrounded by four homes.
- In the 1280s and 1290s this was incorporated into the quadrangular castle which we see today by William de Valance.
- Among the 1,080 scapulae Gray found 214 acromial processes that he classified as quadrangular.
- It is quadrangular in outline, with a markedly convex lateral surface perforated by the coracoid foramen.
- A square frame encloses the inscription, forming the main block's quadrangular contour.
- In Ireland, however, images of harps show quadrangular instruments, possibly lyres.
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