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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- While we go into the match unencumbered by expectation, the same is not true of the Welsh.
- Kent is a song stylist in the swing tradition, and her vocals are refreshingly unencumbered by elaboration for the sake of it.
- Being unencumbered by any public baggage from the Thatcher or Major days is a clear plus, although this comes hand in hand with a whopping lack of experience.
- Defensive and unencumbered by concerns of how well his gameplan will be received by others, Gerard Houllier's approach to the weekly press conference mirrors that of his team on the pitch.
- He believed that an invisible hand ruled over the market place, guaranteeing that everyone would eventually benefit, if only the market mechanism were left unencumbered.
- Bloggers - unencumbered by the cosy club rules that bind politicians and political journalists - could make a contribution in both areas.
- As Conservative MPs elected at this year's general election we represent a new generation unencumbered by the political baggage of the past.
- Likewise he can speak out on environmental issues unencumbered by the focus-group fudges that blunted his election campaign.
- But, even if they gladly sacrifice the joys of unencumbered youth, early motherhood has reduced the chance they will enjoy the life that most of us would wish for our daughters.
- He offered the view, unencumbered by reality check, that prolonged engagement would necessitate the introduction of conscription.
- They bring a transparency of texture and easiness of pace to the music that allows it to speak directly, unencumbered by its status as a masterpiece of the Germanic repertoire.
- A short battle ensues, where Arthur, relatively unencumbered by armor, easily dodges the slow and heavy strikes by the black knight.
- I could understand you arguing that it was the duty of the Court of Appeal to decide this question for themselves, unencumbered by any views that had previously been expressed by any other judge.
- This allowed wedding parties and other users to experience relatively unencumbered views of the historic chapel.
- Quietly contemplative, perfectly still, he sits unencumbered by the world.
- Sure, there are still places in this vast country where it is possible to escape, but they get harder and harder to find except for the fit, the adventurous and those unencumbered by children or jobs.
- Pat McGowan, the book's hideous central character, is unencumbered by any moral code, even the criminal.
- He is unencumbered by owing favours to one master or another in London, and he will measure his success by standards set in Scotland, not Westminster.
- A company's unencumbered view of its supply chain provides a competitive advantage by being able to react to constantly changing requirements.
- Here, too, was a place where I could freely speculate about Mary's album's complex meanings, unencumbered by the burden of historical proof.
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