In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He had a real passion for his beloved native city and a completely encyclopaedic knowledge of its highways, byways and history.
- Hosts are sweet and helpful; every single server I encountered had an encyclopedic knowledge about the food at hand.
- The programmer will need to enter, laboriously, for each word in the system's lexicon, the different senses and the associated encyclopaedic knowledge.
- Like the intellectual adventurers of the enlightenment, they foresee that an encyclopedic compendium of the facts of nature will reveal hidden truths.
- Quite obviously, no single reviewer is competent to judge the reliability of every bit of material to be found in this encyclopedic book.
- He was one of the outstanding figures of twentieth century science - brilliant and passionate, with an encyclopedic knowledge of science, history and philosophy.
- How many of you depend on at least one person at your local music store to help you select the right music for your students or who has an encyclopedic knowledge of music and where to get it?
- His encyclopedic knowledge and expertise were coupled with an informal writing style that introduced many new readers into the mysteries of concert dance.
- But unfortunately much of that information, that encyclopaedic knowledge of their environment is being lost.
- Over the years he developed an encyclopedic knowledge of this literature and an uncanny knack for introducing the right book to the right reader at the right time.
- Being film scholars was beneficial because between the both of us we have an encyclopedic knowledge of the film noir genre.
- Black manages to compress a good deal into a limited space, calling on his seemingly encyclopaedic knowledge of the period and his thorough acquaintance with a vast array of primary sources.
- The twenty-four pieces gathered here reflect voracious curiosity, wanderlust, and encyclopedic knowledge of peoples, places, rituals, and religions.
- I was present at his Northern California seminars and remember vividly the amazement of the participants at his encyclopedic knowledge of aikido techniques.
- Mungo's decades of experience reporting on politics have furnished him with an encyclopedic knowledge of the Australian scene, past and present.
- Hamilton, whose baseball column appeared each Saturday during the season, was respected for his encyclopedic knowledge of the game's history.
- Both of these individuals possess an encyclopedic knowledge of the lives of their fathers and have made themselves readily accessible to researchers.
- There is, inevitably, an interpretation in these encyclopedic materials, but it is not offered in a way that prevents readers from using the data to argue for alternative readings.
- The Ethnologue is an encyclopedic listing of the languages of the world.
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.