In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1inigualableincomparablesin par literarioa production unmatched in recent years — una puesta en escena que no se ha igualado en los últimos años
- Any unmatched records were excluded from the live system but retained for potential matching.
- I could only gaze at it, my image reflecting perfectly from its unmatched sheen.
- In the colonial era, this argument was put forward with unmatched force both by Hindu and Muslim communalists.
- The necklace is famous for its unmatched brilliance and extraordinary design.
- His record of awards and accolades must be unmatched by any other Australian musical figure.
- Hogan was a superhero, unbeatable and unmatched in popularity.
- This geographic spread gives Japan a climatic diversity unmatched in countries of comparable size.
- Additionally, the Parthenon Marbles have always been on show here free of charge, a generosity unmatched in Athens.
- That is a work ethic unmatched by any modern British group.
- The intertwining of story and history remains unmatched and, even with its great length, nothing feels extraneous.
- His range of experience dealing with difficult questions of federal law is unmatched.
- Rather, his background and unmatched record mark him as one of the very best, perhaps even the best.
- It is the unmatched reliability of the Italian cars over the past five seasons that has been the foundation of his success.
- Death and destruction on a scale unmatched in all recorded history.
- But the pace and playability of this game is unmatched even today.
- If true, it is a feat of economic wizardry unmatched in the western industrialized world in the last quarter century.
- As former chief fire officer, Pat Forkan, recalls, his ability behind the wheel was unmatched.
- He was the star, recording an unmatched 24 birdies and four-and-a-half points.
- But the notion that their voices have a purity unmatched by girls is not based on scientific fact, according to a new study.
- The Indian's obsession for politics and politicians remains unmatched by people of any nationality.
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