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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- The data are not without problems and detractors, but there is a considerable willingness to use the statistics.
- His detractors may question whether he has any of the above-mentioned qualities.
- While the situation looks positive for cannabis activists, there are detractors.
- Of course, detractors and critics emerged instantaneously out of the woodwork.
- In the print world, it's safe to say, making sure that one's detractors are heard is much rarer.
- After all, fans and detractors are equally anonymous on the internet.
- What really earns the rancour of the project's detractors though is the motivation behind it.
- My detractors never acknowledge that their resentment comes from a place of their own inadequacy.
- Their detractors were few along their short trek down Main Street to the MP's office.
- Both had an undeserved reputation for pretension and a sharp sense of humour that went over the heads of many of their detractors.
- Because if I'm going to fly in the face of possible detractors I'd prefer to do it with pretty hair.
- Interestingly, Rick had not decimated his vile detractors and signified that he was a saint.
- The ulterior motive of this salvo seemed to be a two-fingered assault on United's recent detractors.
- The racing of horses therefore has a long and mostly honourable tradition, but the sport has always had its detractors.
- Certainly, while praise has run far and wide, the film has had its detractors.
- We can do as well as our detractors do: there is no magic in their success, nor inevitability in our humiliation.
- Even some of the staunchest detractors of the idea now appear willing to at least reassess their stand.
- Every detractor, accuser, finger-pointer, critic, opponent, enemy, investigator was faced down and confronted by a politician who seemed to be made of pure granite.
- Every public project has its detractors, and the air fills to the sound of axes grinding every time Holyrood is mentioned.
- Gaining in confidence as the day progressed, he looked like he could prove all his detractors wrong.
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