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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- In realising and recognising that these markers are not as enormous as we once believed, we turn them from stumbling blocks to stepping stones, on our way to the wider future.
- A major stumbling block for many investors is dealing with the investments heading south.
- Unfortunately, one of the main stumbling blocks here is the humour, always a difficult element to shoehorn into music.
- One of the major findings was that the high cost of accommodation was proving significant stumbling blocks in the development of the tourism industry in Kerry.
- He knows there will be stumbling blocks, plenty of pitfalls awaiting.
- Within a framework of spirituality, differences cease to be stumbling blocks and become a source of stimulation and enrichment.
- The next stumbling blocks are two major federal review processes which could take over a year to complete, but have yet to get formally underway.
- The solution therefore lies not in creating another religion based on hatred, but in removing the stumbling blocks to religious amity.
- One of the stumbling blocks is that the Indian government has not signed any international conventions dealing with children abducted by a parent.
- Cash constraints, stadium set-backs and league politics are among the most recent stumbling blocks.
- It is also true; the road leading to return of pandits to Kashmir is now laden with a lot of stumbling blocks and obstacles.
- The principal stumbling blocks to implementation were engineering problems, he said.
- Despite the stumbling blocks, government sources on both sides believe genuine efforts have been made by all parties to secure a solution.
- He said most of the stumbling blocks facing development in Sligo are planning problems, not anti-development sentiment.
- In Scotland we need this sense of continuity to preserve a sense of our own identity in the face of all the stumbling blocks that have been put in our way over the last three centuries.
- But hotel consultant Stephen Hughes said, after some stumbling blocks, they have created a much better hotel than they imagined.
- Of course there are pains, pitfalls and stumbling blocks, but we have hope.
- Be careful not to create any unnecessary stumbling blocks.
- There were real stumbling blocks before preventing talks and then hindering them when they were attempted.
- The chaotic transport conditions coupled with archaic port facilities are major stumbling blocks.
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