In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- If we cannot obtain democracy by normal behaviour we must obtain it by the back door.
- At present, if you draw a company pension you cannot go back to work for that company.
- The workload in Bradford is so great that it cannot take on any new clients at present.
- I cannot believe he has no thoughts of the club and supporters who gave him a good life.
- What we have to recognise is that as a historic city we cannot build what we like where we like.
- Sport cannot resolve all our problems but it can at least reunite us a little bit more.
- It is important to clarify that you cannot be sent to jail for not paying your licence fee.
- Chemistry is one of those things that just cannot be planned for when casting a film.
- This whole thing is tearing us apart because we cannot get to see our son every day.
- I cannot imagine what it would have been like if she had had to travel all the way to Dundee.
- Mesfin does not go to school and cannot be sure of clean water or of getting one square meal a day.
- Birds die of fright very easily, and cannot fly at night to get away from a noise source.
- The best spinner in the world cannot take wickets for you from the other side of the globe.
- Anyone who would like to bid for one of the lots, but who cannot make it to the event can put in a sealed bid.
- It will ensure that we are governed by people whom we do not elect and whom we cannot remove.
- It is now conceivable that there is a rift between them that cannot be easily healed.
- While that may certainly have been true a decade ago, it cannot be said to be the case now.
- They cannot deny facts and the truth but of course they will never admit they are wrong.
- The call is free from a landline, will not show up on an itemised bill and cannot be traced.
- You cannot sit there and let someone into your house and let them perpetrate a crime.
- can not
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