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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- Following a few searching questions, Mark was becoming more convinced that the story about Bernie was true.
- Could it be that we are genetically programed to create a form of religion in order to answer our searching questions?
- The team's winning habit has been so relentless these last two years, but adversity asks more searching questions.
- That in turn begs searching questions about future investment and growth.
- Wise, sharp Michele has been asking searching questions for as long as she can remember.
- Now the really searching questions were being asked of our fellows who responded in some style.
- This has given her the knowledge and confidence to answer the most searching of questions from students.
- Five residents have agreed to ask searching questions on behalf of the group to bring out what they feel are the negative aspects of the plan.
- Sinclair's expected departure means Perry will now be under pressure to avoid further searching questions.
- Due credit has to go to the hosts for striving to maintain some sense of momentum in the absence of any searching questions.
- If this was a covert air war, both Bush and Blair may face searching questions.
- In the next two days Myra asked her daughter many searching questions.
- It was a searching question which he repeated four minutes later, when the same combination produced an identical result.
- Few tracks offer a most searching examination of a thoroughbred's ability, and potential.
- A couple need to reflect on the year and ask themselves searching questions.
- And it asks searching questions about the way state aid to industry is currently structured and doled out.
- Every meeting with a Prime Minister is an opportunity for the Queen to ask searching questions.
- JB Morrell asked me a lot of searching questions and his sense of fair play was immaculate.
- That poses two searching questions for those determined to push the UK into the euro.
- Moreover, searching questions regarding faculty and amenities might not be possible.
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