In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- As with most careful plans, this one started off with deviations from the standard fly-by.
- The late 20th century's decline of social deference has led to a journalism which is unforgiving of the elite and its deviations.
- It said deviations would be taken note of as and when they occurred.
- His route seemed never to alter from Lancaster to Preston with occasional deviations along lanes quite close to the A6.
- The draft report contained a number of deviations from the true faith.
- They were the last social group to accept Islam, and some of the earliest deviations from orthodoxy matured in the Muslim countryside.
- Though purists may lament the film's deviations from the comic book, the mood and most of the characters remain the same.
- Even if I don't always follow it to the letter, I've got a rock solid foundation upon which to base my deviations.
- With a few deviations, the open standards of the World Wide Web have been pretty much maintained.
- We students will discover two deviations from this ideal this week.
- There is a procedure, but clearly there have been deviations.
- This is where the auditor reports changes, problems, deviations and other anomalies.
- Citing the idyllic visions of our ancient texts, he drew attention in that address to the deviations from the ideal.
- In such circumstances deviations of Muslims from Islamic principles are also attributed to Islam.
- Can any of the deviations be considered as transitional towards the lower forms of animals?
- Religious deviations were treated as threats to the peace and punished accordingly by the secular rulers.
- The final sanction will be given after completion of the construction only if there are no deviations from the original plan.
- In addition, it is the treatment of choice for the most serious sexual deviations, such as sexual sadism.
- These deviations generally increased with increasing offset and diffusion constant.
- This is by no means an attempt to negate the faults, hypocrisies and deviations of the American system.
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