In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The only avenue for a Norman legal order, common to the realm, was through a loyal judiciary.
- The latter term would be reserved for actions relating to the armed forces and the defence of the realm.
- Along it, empires, kingdoms, and colonial realms have been plunged into war and bloodshed.
- Because such a warranty belongs in the realm of the law of contract not tort.
- The defence of the realm, which is the Crown's first duty, is the paradigm of so grave a matter.
2(sphere)that's outside / beyond the realms of possibility — es totalmente imposible
- it belongs to the realm of metaphysics — pertenece al campo / terreno de la metafísica
- The use of torture to elicit information is not beyond the realm of possibility.
- We have truly entered the realms of the bizarre.
- One might then be closer to the realm of saying that one is interfering with the procedures that apply.
- I know that that will not occur; it is beyond the realms of possibility.
- Is this beyond the realms of possibility given the government's action in the last few weeks?
- Yes councillor, it is not beyond the realms of possibility for councillors, highways, and bus company management to sort out some solution.
- It was not beyond the realms of possibility that New Zealand could have beaten Australia and qualified for Athens.
- To use them to catch foxes is something that is certainly not beyond the realms of possibility,’ he said.
- Miriam thought it was unlikely to be sold as a residential property but it was not beyond the realms of possibility.
- It's once you leave the conceptual realm and enter the realm of execution that things get messy.
- As yet there is no release date, and while having the first showing in Skipton is not beyond the realms of possibility, it remains a hope.
- So, we are talking at this stage entirely in the realms of the hypothetical?
- This does postulate quite a large realm of immunity to the doctors and the social workers.
- Therefore, do not consider even bothering to try asking for any help as it is completely beyond the realms of possibility that you will be able to find a helpful face in the entire store.
- An upset today is hardly beyond the realms of possibility.
- The matter was however even to him, well within the realms of abstruse cyclone theory.
- We will come to that in the later arguments but this is all in the realm of the unwritten law.
- But for the first time for ages it didn't seem beyond the realms of possibility.
- Behind the scenes negotiations mean there is no move that is beyond the realms of possibility.
- In fact, we are now in the realm of complex payment, where payment is in a foreign currency and there is a string of banks.
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