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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- Shortly after the first Inauguration, he wrote: ‘I walk on untrodden ground.’
- Also, the kid's all-terrain stroller left calligraphic trails in the untrodden carpet.
- They leave their homes, some barefoot, to join icy, sometimes untrodden trails through the Himalayas that line the border of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China and Nepal.
- The arrival of big game hunters in regions previously untrodden by Europeans was seen as the harbinger of civilisation.
- The photographs tell us that why we should brood over the murderous innocence of some water bodies when we have plenty of untrodden spots around us.
- Ours is an untrodden field, into which the foot of science has seldom strayed; no historian has embodied our traditions, no poet has sought for inspiration in our groves.
- Its slopes are relatively untrodden, making it ideal for hikers who'd rather earn seclusion than bragging rights.
- The rose garden will remain untrodden by boots other than those of the late lady's family and close friends.
- Maybe we need to get down from our fancy cars and walk, explore those untrodden paths.
- They keep walking, too, though he can't see them, a loose group of maybe fifty or sixty people, walking from nowhere to nowhere along untrodden paths, surrounded by the dusky forest that hisses at them but does not touch them.
- A salute to a new label - Arcobaleno, of the EMS Music Group Belgium - for leading us down untrodden paths.
- With the acceptance of his theory, ‘a grand untrodden field of inquiry will be opened’ in biology and natural history.
- This is relatively untrodden territory, so you'll find the gorillas here much more elusive and nervous than their mountain counterparts.
- Indeed, he concluded, ‘I walk on untrodden ground.’
- His heroic effort has opened up a vast, untrodden realm for alphanumerical investigation.
- In his chapter on ‘The Proletarianization of Prometheus,’ however, he walks on untrodden and interesting ground.
- Think there are no untrodden places left on earth?
- He, who relinquished his executive's job in an insurance company to take the plunge into active politics, is keen on taking an untrodden path.
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