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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- So yes, you've encapsulated the essence of this industry.
- Her statement encapsulates the prevailing mood of optimism in this sprawling settlement.
- Particularly since each piece has been expertly selected to encapsulate the essence of its creator.
- His presence and delivery of the lines encapsulated all my expectations of how Macbeth would act.
- I can't think of a performance that encapsulated the essence of being dumped so vividly.
- The crux of our submission in response, I suppose, is encapsulated in paragraph 20 of our written submissions.
- Instead, it has sent the school a letter encapsulating the inspectors' findings.
- In these few words he neatly encapsulates an underlying principle of the Alexander Technique.
- The scene brilliantly encapsulates the humour and humanism at the heart of Rosenthal's work.
- The Exhibition encapsulates the trials and tribulations of everyday life both at home and abroad.
- Fortunately, there are three pieces that brilliantly encapsulate the Pleasure Dome experience.
- I think that encapsulates the true spirit of the proud sporting tradition of this country.
- The dimensions of this problem are encapsulated in the first sentence of the book: ‘Berlin is a haunted city.’
- This encapsulates what young artists encountered in the 1990s, leaving me with terrific melancholy.
- I do not myself consider that the Strasbourg jurisprudence can be so neatly encapsulated.
- And finally, this one, which nicely encapsulates a certain type of far-left paranoia.
- Yet questions remain, encapsulated in one elegant paragraph in Butler's first chapter.
- There is a lovely simplicity about those five words; it would be almost impossible to encapsulate the aims of a great broadcasting organisation with more precision.
- It summarizes and encapsulates material drawn from the history of Western art.
- An excellent point which encapsulates all the reasons why he must be stopped.
- In the module strategy, the IDE disks and controller are encapsulated in a small module or block so that they can be configured either alone on desktop or side-by-side in a rack for high density storage.
- The encapsulated wasp egg then melanizes, a process most likely mediated by phenol oxidase released by crystal cells.
- Consume a supplemental source of probiotics, such as fresh yogurt or encapsulated Lactobacillus and Bifidus bacteria, every day.
- However, many old acoustic ceilings have been painted, thereby encapsulating the asbestos-containing material and rendering it waterproof.
- Gross examination of the specimen showed an encapsulated mass that weighed 500g.
- The semiconductor chip, the die pad, and the connection pads are encapsulated in a package body such that the lower surfaces of the die pad and the connection pads are exposed through the package body.
- Glutamine is administered orally in bulk powder or in encapsulated form.
- The preference in new paint shops is for valves that incorporate an encapsulated ball.
- The capsule endoscopy procedure included attaching sensors to the skin, and use of a battery pack and a recorder placed around the patient's waist for eight hours after the encapsulated camera was swallowed.
- Previous clinical studies using high doses of encapsulated vitamin E suggested this vitamin has an important role in slowing disease progression. [81,82]
- Solaray has introduced its popular multiple Spectro as a three-daily tablet formula to complete its line of encapsulated, iron-free and vegetarian products.
- The cleanup of the asbestos will involve sealing and encapsulating the roof.
- Together with the third stage of the rocket, it was encapsulated in a ‘can,’ then placed on a wheeled transporter for the 22-mile trip.
- Each device is encapsulated in UL 94V - packaging and combines high-performance common mode noise rejection with an isolated level of 500V DC.
- Liposomes encapsulating G-actin assumed mostly thin disk shapes and some large irregularly shaped aggregates.
- Dosages range from 1 gram of fresh or dried herb 3 times per day to 170 grams of encapsulated extract 3 times per day.
- We therefore encapsulated hairpin ribozymes inside 200-nm vesicles to test for surface effects.
- Scientists are now developing an encapsulated form of vinegar that they hope will be just as effective as ordinary vinegar.
- This series of alloys plays a very important role in both the lamp industry and electronics, where glass-to-metal seals in encapsulated components are important.
- Also, include either yogurt or encapsulated probiotics in your daily diet.
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