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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- I had the turning points, the debates and decisions.
- I barely knew what moral compromises were, at that age-or rather, I didn't know how cunningly they lie in wait for us around each of life's turning points.
- Historians are forever on the lookout for turning points and watersheds.
- The performance will be interspersed with film clipping that showcase stories related to the important turning points of Pandit Jasraj.
- All of the decisive turning points of German history were characterised by violent and usually bloody conflicts between the classes.
- The turning point of the half and perhaps the game, occurred on the eleventh minute.
- Script editors obsess over a screenplay hitting its points, that is, reaching the so-called turning points described by the scriptwriting courses.
- That they persevered in the face of freezing cold, starvation and deprivation to win the struggle is one of the salient epic turning points of history.
- Last Tuesday night could yet be seen as a turning point, but in which direction it is for Ferguson to say.
- His goal, 15 minutes into the second half, was the final turning point in the game.
- Hardly any attention is given to the decisive turning points at which history might have taken a different path.
- February holds interesting turning points for all signs.
- She claims that her career contains no major breakthroughs or turning points, but when she sang Amelia in Verdi's Simon Boccanegra, people began to take notice.
- Faced with decisive turning points, where clarity is vital, this could be a crippling weakness.
- Crises and turning points punctuate the life story of any person.
- The turning points have been the result not of an accumulation of gradual changes in education or ‘enlightened’ official policy.
- The decision is a definitive turning point and has been recognised as such in Japan.
- There is a bit of a fight in us and maybe that Doncaster result will be a bit of a turning point.
- There were lots of turning points when I could have gone the other way as a young blonde with long hair.
- Scholars cite a number of turning points leading to today's irritable process.
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