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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- Note that if the experiences are common, so is the knowledge thereby acquired.
- The woodland has changed hands and the new owner is planning to fence it off, thereby denying me access to my club.
- Most cyclists are considerate and thereby enhance their own safety and that of others on the road.
- He kept the man alive until the ambulance arrived, thereby saving his life.
- He took swift and firm action, thereby saving the life of the future president of the Chinese Republic.
- The amount of work that can be is thereby increased.
- While this is commendably humble, it is also a pity that the reader is thereby deprived of the bigger picture.
- Many directors are aware that they can film too much and thereby make editing a chore.
- Others believe that God inspired human beings to write it, thereby allowing errors to creep in.
- He thereby shows too that it is those who see feuds and vengeance as important who are the world's real enemies.
- I think this was a deliberate ploy to muffle the sound of my clock radio, thereby ensuring my lateness.
- Congratulations for your vigilance in watching the government and thereby protecting us all.
- Instead, she became a professional patient, and thereby lost both husband and career.
- Economics is thereby subordinated to the political structure of the international system.
- Unions often rely on volunteers to administrate, thereby keeping costs at a minimum.
- The government has also eased labour laws, thereby making it easier for companies to lay off workers.
- This they point out is clearly a western influence and thereby alien to Indian culture.
- This is due to ignorant motorists who fail to stop and thereby put the lives of her and the children at risk.
- One of the functions of humour is to point this out - and thereby reassure us.
- But he is the kind of critic who can hear the difference and thereby help us hear it too.
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