In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Just a few weeks ago, we saw Ericsson and others downwardly revise their outlook for the market.
- This will mean that in rural areas for some locations the number of beds that can be reached will be upwardly biased, while for other locations in the same area the number of beds that can be reached will be downwardly biased.
- When it is inclined downwardly to the right as shown in Figure 9, the precompression is [excessive].
- The downwardly curved petiole twists away from the wind, so its ventral surface points downwind.
- The annular depression has an air intake hole that extends downwardly to connect to an integrally formed extended air intake tube to guide the air deep into the feeding bottle so as to balance the air pressure inside the bottle.
- The lower formation 44 comprises a downwardly opening channel 46 having a pair of opposed internal projections 48 that extend towards each other but do not meet.
- The present invention relates to an iris recognition system which can extract an iris image of the user, by upwardly and downwardly rotating around a hinge bracket in order to be exactly rapidly controlled to a position of the user's eyes.
- She gazed downwardly at the desk for a moment, sorting through the last few moments of information.
- The older adults downwardly shifting financial status also add to their invisibility.
- The downwardly un-mobile may pump gas, wash dishes, trim hedges or do any number of other low-pay, no-benefit jobs.
- The number of genome equivalents may be larger because the average insert size of 34 kb may be downwardly biased due to comigrating bands that may have been counted as one fragment.
- It is possible that this downwardly biased the genetic correlation estimates.
- And the process of downwardly constituting them in this way will be understood not as a problem in the system of allocating educational opportunity but as a perhaps natural outgrowth of group differences in ability measured early in life.
- Is it, in classic panic-attack fashion, our own damn fault that things spiraled downwardly?
- In early June, the Bureau of Labor Statistics downwardly revised projections for white-collar job growth for 2002-2003, based on accelerated job migration.
- This year's semiconductors sales are set for a double-digit decline on 2000, according to the latest downwardly revised forecasts from analysts.
- He downwardly punches the air to exclaim his point.
- He is in a difficult situation, because this is the second time he has downwardly revised growth figures.
- Their downwardly tapering bases must reflect the fact that they were driven into the ground.
- In response to the comparison, the pH of the feed water is either maintained or is changed upwardly or downwardly to produce high purity water having the desired resistivity.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.