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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- He notes that plans call for a press conference ‘within a week or two’ to officially announce the bout and kick off the promotion, which does not yet have an official tag line.
- Well, I once had an email tag line that said ‘If you keep going where you've always gone, you'll end up where you've always been.’
- The tag line is actually nice ‘Finally, someone has taken the ‘shopping’ out of buying.’
- In a tag line, the columnist described it as a question ‘we all need an answer to.’
- Based on this information, the tag line for the campaign is: ‘The sheer joy of shopping.’
- McKinnon suggested a possible tag line: ‘He's been wrong for 32 years, he's wrong now.’
- Searching for a tag line that could be excerpted for publicity purposes, I couldn't come up with one.
- Building on the brand's long history with bicycles, the Micro tag line is ‘Nothing moves you like the original.’
- A few decades ago a television commercial finished with the tag line, ‘We thank you for your support.’
- The tag line is ‘So good, it doesn't even know it's low carb.’
- She tapped Foley Sackett, also in Minneapolis, to design a logo and create the tag line: Your Money, Your Future.
- In looking to promote the World Golf Championships American Express Championship, they have a little tag line on the front that simply says The World is Watching.
- The National Thoroughbred Racing Association introduced a new advertising campaign with the tag line, ‘Who do you like today?’
- The tag line for 13 Days is ‘You'll Never Believe How Close We Came,’ but in fact you will believe it and easily.
- For example, if you have an attention-getting, yet professional logo with a memorable tag line, it can make an impression that sticks.
- The trailer ended with the tag line, ‘If you let the world change you, you can change the world.’
- But occasionally a tag line is great, and it makes a difference.
- Often used as the tag line for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, it refers to the fact that the event's bouts are as close to a real fight as the law and the fighters' safety permit.
- With the tag line of ‘empowering children through the art of photography,’ Kids with Cameras was first conceived back in 2002.
- More and more the issues are not important, but who has a better tag line.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.