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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- Unless we are prepared to accept our shortcomings we will never improve our condition.
- Jim Duffy made no attempt to hide from the reality of his side's shortcomings.
- Their youth and beauty also made up for any shortcomings in this area on the part of the wife.
- This is a very entertaining book to read, however it suffers from many shortcomings.
- Many of the postings clearly demonstrate the shortcomings of Scottish education.
- Film observers say that the industry needs to sit up and discuss its shortcomings.
- The November floods highlighted many shortcomings in the existing flood defences of our region.
- It would be easy to castigate York for ineptness but their only shortcomings were lack of size and speed.
- There are clearly still shortcomings in this area, and they must and will be rectified.
- The internet is showing real shortcomings, as users increase and applications diversify.
- There may well have been shortcomings in the doctoral thesis Dr King submitted.
- The many strengths of the book have, I hope, been fully explored, so here are one or two shortcomings.
- Of course he had his shortcomings like us all but these were mainly inclined to show up on the home front.
- The time is at hand to correct all of these shortcomings as a matter of urgency.
- It's time that politicians stopped blaming their shortcomings on the population.
- Equally damaging, the report has revealed shortcomings in the process of government.
- For all their shortcomings, there is more to celebrate in this team than some would have us believe.
- He is frank about what he sees as the shortcomings of his great predecessors.
- Despite certain shortcomings it succeeds in opening our eyes and minds to the very nature of art itself.
- The first step is to address the shortcomings of our education system.
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