In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It has three main parts: the low density burial area; an individual ossuary tower; and a cloistered ossuary and store for cinerary remains.
- A cloistered walkway cloaked in blackness ran around the periphery of the ground floor of the atrium.
- The cloistered walkways of Cambridge Crematorium are dotted with granite plaques bearing the names of the dear departed.
- The names don't sing of cloistered halls and port wine the way Alistair does.
- The hymn-anthem, incorporating a popular hymn tune or carol, was one product of the expansion of anthem singing beyond the cloistered cathedral setting.
- You walk along airy, cloistered corridors decorated with huge paintings to reach the Monasterio's 100 plus rooms and almost 20 suites.
2(outlook) limitadohe had led a cloistered existence — había vivido muy enclaustrado
- I am saying to him that he should stay in his cloistered, academic gown, hopelessly out of touch with the real economy.
- ‘Tibet was cloistered away from the effects of modernity right up until the 1950s,’ says Harris.
- However, I learned a lot in my cloistered state.
- But sound artist Francisco Lopez is no cloistered academic, folks, no matter how many big words he tosses around.
- Enough with your slightly cloistered existence and cheap catnip toys.
- But these letters aside, Brick Lane is a cloistered domestic drama, unperturbed by the outside world.
- When it was time to leave the cloistered halls of academia and put all her knowledge to use, she chose to come to Pattaya to work.
- After the cloistered halls of academia came the kitchens of the Forte Group in the UK.
- How could they contribute to society without leaving the cloistered surroundings of the academy?
- More than 25 years ago, Koestenbaum traded the cloistered halls of academia for the front lines of the global economy.
- It is by no means an entirely cloistered existence.
- It was an artificial and cloistered existence.
- This failure to meet publication dates highlights the problem of cloistered academics.
- Understanding something such as a random act of violence is difficult for Gerald, because of his cloistered upbringing.
- In the larger world outside the cloistered environs of Cambridge academia, the ever-shifting kaleidoscope of life was shaken yet again.
- Eventually their cloistered world is interrupted when the violence outside literally comes crashing in, forcing them to face the truth of their convictions.
- Those in their 40s, 50s and 60s have only Jungian flash-memories of our elders' inhibited and cloistered past.
- As this cloistered, claustrophobic existence begins to give way to outside pressure, the pathos of Lamb and Doggo's stories is made pitifully real.
- Walker was talking about racism of a type I don't think we've ever experienced in our cloistered little corner of the South-west Pacific.
- For the two founders, who prided themselves on being well-informed, it would be a harsh lesson in the dangers of being too clever and too cloistered.
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.