In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1allíthe world and all that dwell therein — el mundo y todos los que en él moran literario
- In different words, the essence of much of our own Bill of Rights is reflected therein.
- Then the Government reneged on that settlement deed, and therein lies the problem.
- And therein lie the roots of the Sikh struggle for autonomy in India today.
- The fumes and acidity that accompany these blazes can kill off whole forests, and everything that lives therein.
- The viewer is challenged to create a narrative, and therein lies the impact of Gander's work.
- It is defiantly old-fashioned and therein lie its strengths and its limitations.
- This legislation will not make a jot of difference to climate change, and therein lies the rub.
- This release features material from their first two albums, and therein lies the problem.
- I've read the Spectator article, and can only wholeheartedly agree with everything said therein!
- You have to enter a residential dwelling with the intent to commit a felony therein.
- This record attempts to prove nothing, and therein lies its brilliance.
- It's just a story about the way that people interact, and therein lies its charm.
- She, as a woman, cannot be trusted with the technology, and therein lies the paradox.
- Not a lot has changed - it's still the same shabby dive that it always was - but therein lies its charm, you see.
- And therein lies the tragedy of the public's mislaid focus on this one annual meeting.
- No one is safe in this competition and therein lies its allure.
- Some of the goals will have you tearing your hair out, but therein lies the beauty of the game.
- The desire to be taken seriously bedevils many funny people, and therein lies the rub.
- There is nothing showy about the place, but therein lies its charm.
- We somehow ended up looking after the staff car park and, more specifically, enforcing a ban on ball games therein.
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