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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- This situation has to be addressed before there is a turnabout.
- This sudden turnabout can only appear to the public as opposition for opposition's sake.
- Eve's not going to have a sudden turnabout like Jo did.
- That's quite a turnabout in your thinking.
- The turnabout in his fortunes came when he teamed up with someone who ran tax-planning conferences and worked out how much his colleague was making.
- The second half saw an amazing turnabout in the pattern of play.
- In a perverse turnabout, the intense fear of mistakes just makes for more mistakes.
- It was a trip to New York in the late eighties that was to mark a major turnabout in the futures of Bobby & Steve and Zoo Enterprises.
- Of course I'm wondering about the sudden turnabout, but I'm not going to ponder too long or too deep.
- This is a chilling turnabout in what was already a desperate situation.
- In an unexpected turnabout, he became a near-legendary bank robber.
- Now, in a turnabout, the 70-acre property about two miles from the border is being given to two immigrants whom the group caught trying to enter the United States illegally.
- Thirty-eight percent say yes; 60 percent say no, a dramatic turnabout from two and a half years ago.
- I wanted to ask Dean a few questions about the recent turnabout in policy.
- At the Bristol show, there were lots of sceptical manufacturers; this year there was almost a turnabout of opinion.
- It's a complete turnabout and nobody can credit that his arch rival Rod Macqueen announced his early retirement to his players after the game.
- How did activists manage to produce a dramatic turnabout in the city's political priorities?
- It's an extraordinary turnabout in the human condition.
- Did the same factors underlie the apparent turnabouts in both Canada and the U.S.?
- Try adapting your lifestyle to fit in with the turnabout.
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