In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sphere of influence, activity)campo masculineesfera femininestatistics is outside my domain — la estadística no es mi campo
- in the political/economic domain — en el ámbito político/económico
- in the public domain — de(l) dominio público
- In this domain, as with so much modern technology, people are not just consumers; they're producers.
- After dark, the street milieu is the domain of the shadowy.
- I have never had the luxury of living and thinking in an exclusively theoretical cinematic domain.
- She calls for a new understanding of family, one that does not separate a public masculine world of paid employment from a private feminine domain of care.
- Here, I have a privilege of working with people who have expertise in their own domain areas for more than a decade.
- You can look at the world as they would see it, and that's a very non-personal domain of awareness.
- But at any rate they are dealing with two different domains, two different areas, the epistemologic and the metaphysical.
- Sport, for the most part, is the domain of the young.
- If hegemony is not consensual in this new domain, it won't long last.
- The one area where there is some similarity between the two wars is the domain of public opinion.
- Finally, analyses testing the direct effects of individual stress domains on control and depressive symptoms, respectively, will be presented.
- All of this occurred essentially at once - no one domain drove the others.
- Carol listened as the girls' shoes clomped down the stairs leading to the basement - Nicole's domain.
- This is the domain of theology, cosmology and psychology.
- In fact, this may be one domain in which a problem exists for which there is no useful cure: the genie might simply be out of the bottle.
- On the one hand, Thompson does seem to have an encyclopedic knowledge of his subject domain, thanks in no small part to his willingness to talk to the media.
- Moreover, particularly in developing countries, the use of personal computers had yet to be adapted to a legal domain.
- ‘We go into the domain of controls, locks, throws and take-downs,’ he says.
- He learned the technique, customarily the exclusive domain of women, from his mother during a visit home to Mali in 1987.
- Inside our head there are various departments, compartments, areas and domains that contain information…
- Thus, identity indirectly controls the list of domains you may enter.
- Those that do still exist don't pay anything for their domains and have permanent control over them.
- We noted at the time that despite hundreds of legal letters to domain holders, only one of these cases had proceeded to court, and that was settled.
- If the people with those accounts didn't bother to change their e-mail address when the domain expired, you can collect their passwords.
- The process for deciding ownership of Internet domains is flawed, biased and in drastic need of reform, an expert in Internet and e-commerce law has concluded in a study released today.
- Despite his advanced age, he has plans to visit areas of his former domain where he is not well-liked.
- He had made Esfahan the capital of his domains and his grandson Malik-Shah was the ruler of that city from 1073.
- The peripatetic household continued to gravitate towards the cities and towns of a ruler's domains, an urban environment providing the necessary infrastructures for court life.
- Morning rose on the world, from the Pacific Ocean across the vast continent of Asia, across the ancient domains of Europe, and onto New York City.
- The vast domain now had an area of nearly eleven and a half million square miles, and a population of more than a fifth of the people of the globe.
- They are also similar in that military forces can gain advantages by controlling and exploiting these domains.
- Or is the nuthouse the perfect front from which to control his gangland domain?
- The domains under her control included territories in both Burgundy and the Netherlands.
- These ancient domains of the old Burgundian empire seem to throw up a type of Frenchman more passionate in his devotion to a certain idea of France than any other.
- Ten separate regression analyses were carried out, one regression analysis corresponding to each of the ten domains of the independent variables.
- Within each of these domains it is possible to conceptualize both static and dynamic variables.
- One of the first papers which he published after arriving in the United States was on the Euclidean algorithm in principal ideal domains.
- In what follows, we will apply results about centroids of domains to unions of curves or line segments.
- In this case, this is not a problem, since the domain of the sine function is all real numbers.
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