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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- So it would be very nice and we could give him a Nobel Prize if it ended up leading to Middle East peace, but you know, the track record isn't real good on that.
- Stigler won a Nobel Prize in economics in 1982 for his seminal studies of industrial structures, markets and public regulation.
- In the end, there had to be a compromise and the future Nobel Prize winner was awarded his PhD, but at the lowest possible level.
- In 2001 he was awarded a Nobel Prize for his work on the economics of information.
- Strange Interlude won a Pulitzer Prize; the Nobel Prize followed in 1936.
- Then in November, V. S. Naipaul was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
- It seems unlikely to win this author a Nobel Prize for literature.
- Nearly 30 years and a Nobel Prize for Literature later, we have the show's much-delayed Toronto debut.
- A prodigy who published his first novel at 17, he won a Nobel Prize for literature in 1955.
- Having won a Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953, he became an honorary American citizen in 1963-an honour confirmed by Congress.
- Any literature or linguistics professor can nominate anyone for a Nobel Prize in Literature.
- One need not have a Nobel Prize in economics to understand that U.S. trade deficits cannot continue rising indefinitely.
- In 1933, in emigration, he would become the first Russian to win a Nobel Prize for literature.
- He was awarded a Nobel Prize in 1995 for his work on the hole in the ozone layer above the polar icecaps.
- It has been turned into a more humanist approach founded, among others, on the works of the winner of a Nobel Prize for economics, Amartya Sen.
- It seems that dear old dad is to be awarded a Nobel Prize for his extensive scientific theorizing.
- She received a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911 for her accomplishments in the field of radioactivity.
- In 1992, he won a Nobel Prize in economics for his work.
- Only one person has ever refused to accept a Nobel Prize, Jean-Paul Satre for literature in 1964.
- He was often mentioned as one of China's best hopes for a Nobel Prize in literature.
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