In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1formal(sequence)continuo masculine formal
- When a group limits its appeal to either extreme of the continuum, it is confined to a small portion of the market.
- Symbolic, spiritual, human and bacterial life are placed in a continuum.
- I don't think pleasure need be seen as a one-dimensional experience, a uniform continuum.
- In this study, the meanings women attached to food differed depending on where they were on the recovery continuum.
- Needless to say, the distinctions form a continuum, rather than discrete categories.
- Most people are not always at either extreme of the continuum of outlook on life.
- Dresden isn't a retrospective re-creation, because it exists in a separate continuum from the events that formed it.
- In reality, of course, it is a continuum and with origins that go way back into antiquity.
- Sexuality is much more like a continuum than two polar opposites.
- Blues music, as he sees it, is simply part of a continuum of black pop.
- In other words, these forms may correspond to different points on a continuum.
- Each is a biological continuum with symptomatic disease at one extreme.
- The continuum of this work runs between prose, prose poetry and poetry.
- There is no such thing as a perfect business decision, as a corporate life cycle is not an instance but a continuum.
- One could consider four assumptions as existing on a continuum with extremes at either end.
- The problem is presented as a continuum from normative forms of behavior to extreme and serious attacks.
- Politics understood this way is a continuum along a single dimension.
- But gender identity should be seen as a continuum, just like sexual orientation.
- Our work in the area of food security follows a continuum, along which are different programming stages.
- Both assertions are statements of artistic merit, ranking performers and composers on a continuum from the worthless to the genius.
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