In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1consolarI consoled myself with the thought that … — me consolé pensando que …
- A female, like Amy, would have just listened to me and consoled me while I had my personal pity party.
- A woman, who looked like his mother, was petting him on his back, consoling him.
- He consoled the congregation with the thought that the people had died well-prepared.
- A great deal has been said about these artists searching for the ugly instead of consoling us with beauty.
- For example, the day of the verdict, I consoled a good friend of mine about the loss of her father.
- My associate quickly became a friend as he tried consoling me with humour and sympathy.
- She consoled party officials by declaring that there was still time to prepare for next year's general elections.
- However I was consoled by the fact that when it had cooled down to a bearable temperature it actually tasted very good.
- We were also consoled by the fact that the mouse had probably gone to Rodent Heaven, where the cheese is limitless and cats are nowhere to be seen.
- As usual, I found myself consoling her for my loss, though she was responsible for it.
- But hey, that's life. I consoled her by spending my winnings on chocolate.
- When a pet died, the family was consoled with pies, cookies and other home-baked goods.
- I consoled him and over his shoulder I saw the girl giving me the eye.
- You know, really I was just trying to console him and comfort him.
- Although the recent tendency has been towards bad service, you are often consoled after the first half hour with a bowl of mini cheddars.
- Gently she stroked her hair and consoled her with a reassuring touch.
- His intent had been to console her; a comfort in the face of growing danger, but she had simply agreed with his assessment of the situation.
- She had automatically taken her sister into her arms to console her and now Alice was sobbing on her shoulder.
- The best parts of my day were not with him, and when I had a bad day at work, you consoled me.
- I was genuinely consoled, however, by the fact that my long held suspicions were confirmed.
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- The control console has complete instruments for both engines although there is no convenient charting space available.
- The lad, 17, who cannot be named for legal reasons, conned more than 100 people by offering cheap phones, computers, games consoles and other electrical stuff.
- The wall opposite the door contained the console controlling the elevator, which was now counting down numbers as it passed floors on its way to the bottom.
- But presumably there will come a time when most homes have it, and it will feed a broader local network comprising not only computers but games consoles and other home entertainment devices.
- Ruby raced to the intercom and control console for the electronic gates.
- Downstairs the living room was equipped with the latest electronic equipment including satellite TV, two DVD players and games consoles.
- They were expendable anyway, since whenever the ship was hit, control panels and consoles on the bridge would short out in their faces.
- It consists of three components - an accelerator mounted on a motor-driven gantry, a modulator, and a control console.
- It might well be that the first genuinely emotional computers are games consoles rather than spacecraft.
- Integration of instrument panels to consoles is done in a way that we've not been able to achieve in the past.
- There was a fairly large flatscreen on one wall, along with a DVD player and a couple of gaming consoles on a small table thing nearby.
- You can even power up and down the console with your wireless controller.
- A surround sound hi-fi system, plasma TV screen, multiplayer games consoles, internet-connected computers with webcam are just some of the accessories that will fit the bill.
- In 2000, an Australian researcher warned that we could be on the threshold of a global disaster because of the amount of time kids spent using computers and games consoles.
- This year, games consoles were everywhere, as well as plasma screens and other domestic products.
- If for some reason a motor or harmonic drive unit failed, it could be disengaged from the control console and could free-wheel.
- The limo was expensively furnished, upholstered in leather and faux wood, a large electronic control console on the passenger side.
- I turn to see her enter behind me, waving a hand pass the control console, closing the doors and starting the short trip to the observation deck above.
- The wood panels make the console nice-looking, the layout of controls is truly eye-catching and the control layout makes sense.
- However he realized that the emergency lights we're on and the main source of lighting was the fires that burned on the control consoles and the walls.
- Up to four computers or games consoles can be attached directly to the device using Ethernet, the standard network connection.
- Ten years ago, very few people had games consoles, broadband Internet or mobile phones.
- I can't honestly say that a lead between my controller and the console has ever proved restrictive in my gaming pleasure.
- However, when she hit the ground, her left shoulder came in contact with the side panel of the control console.
- This was due mainly to weaker sales of games consoles, audio products and extended warranties.
- The consoles and instrument panels were black as well, and were not dulled by the fluorescent lights shining overhead.
- There is no doubt that the launch of several new games consoles offering not just games but DVD movies and the promise of online features are tapping a rich vein of demand.
- The officer hit several controls on the console before him.
- You should see a data disk stuck into a control console.
- Plus, it also works with television, DVD players and many games consoles.
- It features a 2-tone color scheme and a central spine shape that also appears on the center console and instrument panel.
- And parents seem to be far more concerned about the amount of time their children spend wired up to games consoles than the actual games they are playing.
- Data storage can be managed at a central location and recovery, even of infected files, can be controlled from a single console.
- Hackers can also jack enemy vehicles and make them their own, as well as hack enemy consoles so friendly units can use them.
- Other electronics devices - DVD players, games consoles, and digital cameras - are competing for limited funds.
- Kids these days have shunned bikes and action men in favour of mobile phones and games consoles.
- Once someone gains access to the management console of a switch, he or she has complete control over the parameters of the switch.
- Each has a console, extra controller, the DVD playback kit, and various games.
- The 26-year-old mainly targeted homes empty during the day time and took electrical items such as laptop computers, DVD players and games consoles.
- The medical physicist or the radiation therapist programs the control console.
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- There will be an array of other items on display - tables for dining, consoles, side, centre, and coffee tables, mirror frames in wood, and articles in wrought iron and other media.
- Classic urn lamps supported by contemporary consoles establish the room's style mix.
- Made of vitreous China, sinks like the 27 1/2-inch pedestal basin shown come with pedestal covers or metal consoles.
- But if I was mounting them on the wall I would probably "hang" them on ordinary shelf consoles.
- In the museum lobby, a main directory resting on a console introduces the tactile itinerary on the slanted glass surface.
- Because the mirrors were so enormous, it was only in exceptional cases that ceiling heights permitted the consoles below them to be of a normal height.
- The table and shelf consoles have customized dimensions, materials and colors to suit your space and your functional requirements.
- Two other hardware elements made by hand are door catches/stops and the shelf consoles that support adjustable shelves.
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