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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- They were figuring that it would maybe sell a couple of thousand copies, but it got very strong write-ups in a couple of the New York newspapers and demand was high for it.
- And I suppose this is another talking point for journos to put in a write-up about the complex when it opens?
- The SJ Mercury News has a detailed write-up of the history and current use of the Lomo camera.
- Hadn't anyone noticed the lovely write-ups in the Ottawa Citizen and the Toronto Star?
- A popular feature of The Young Issue is ‘Shadow’, which allows a member of the editorial team to spend a day following someone in their job and produce a write-up on it for the site.
- I have nothing to say about the articles and write-ups published in MG under different heads as they are superb and fact-finding as usual.
- This month's write-up of top new products from 1999 displays some new technology.
- Even the press were kind, and I got great write-ups in Vogue, The Guardian, Drapers Record and the Independent.
- She said: ‘I got write-ups in the Guardian and The Telegraph which was rare because they never used to cover hockey much.’
- There's been quite a lot of commemorative write-ups in the local papers.
- Later, Bhabendrenath Saikia's Sandhyaraag also fuelled some inquisitiveness about serious cinema, which was genuinely reflected in a few write-ups in newspapers.
- It was mostly a blur, but expect a write-up and more thoughts on the event over the next few days.
- To my horror, in the subsequent band officer elections, I landed the job of reporter, which meant a weekly write-up in the local paper describing our half-time shows.
- This has been hailed as good news in the media but like other write-ups on the epidemic, this has been done from the terraces and not in the ring as should be the case.
- Possibly the best write-up of his masterful performance last night is here.
- The write-ups are a storehouse of information for future generations.
- When I read the write-ups about the contributors, I realised that The Capilano Review publishes career writers, working on novels and having already published well before exposure in the anthology.
- We got a good feed, too, and - the final icing on the cake - Arabella the food critic from Yorkshire Aspirational magazine came and promised to give the event a glowing write-up.
- Radio airplay, TV appearances, write-ups in newspapers and magazines, and sales of CDs and tapes become vital at this stage.
- Please, please send me write-ups or references to interesting articles etc.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.