In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(efforts) sostenido(efforts) continuoher appearance was greeted by sustained applause — fue recibida con un prolongado aplauso
- These contain a reservoir for a supply of water, plus a mechanism, usually some type of wick, for providing the plant with a sustained supply.
- Consequently, government strategy has remained unwavering, despite sustained criticism from sectors many and varied.
- The Lions deserve the sweet victory in light of their sustained investment in good players.
- He says the ultimate defeat of terror extremists will require what he called a sustained, substantial commitment.
- Or is the loss closer to $3.6 trillion, as suggested by some who forecast a sustained economic collapse?
- Sustained pressure during the second half paid off for the home side when they doubled their lead on 82 minutes.
- That's the first sustained rise since 2000.
- The PM said, " this represents the biggest ever commitment by a government in the area of science and innovation over a long and sustained period of time ".
- The organization said the most sustained change in demand is for business continuity services.
- Under Mr. Mbeki, the nation has had the longest period of sustained economic growth in its history.
- Nevertheless, the bank cannot ignore the difficulties that manufacturing faces for too long and, given the sustained downtrend in inflation, it should reconsider cutting rates in June.
- So long as countries were committed to defending their exchange rate pegs, there was no possibility that they would succumb to policies of sustained inflation.
- Hummingbirds are the most adept aerialists of all birds and the only ones capable of sustained hovering.
- However, forthcoming successive games at Wigan (away) and West Ham (home) should tell whether Leeds are able to mount a sustained challenge.
- Community opposition was vigorous, and sustained.
- In the absence of any sustained, direct contact with their potential viewers, broadcasters typically put themselves and their colleagues into the role of audience.
- Such markets will contribute to sustained economic growth and boost job creation in China.
- Over the coming years, returns may have to be earned the hard way by identifying those companies capable of generating sustained earnings and dividend growth.
- Oficials in charge claim a sustained inflation rate of 16 %, far ahead of anything the industry in Edinburgh recognises.
- Not surprisingly, the fans greeted the news with an eruption of sustained applause.
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