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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- Anger, jealousy, possessiveness, suspicion, aggression - Harry experiences a whole gamut of human emotions, but seems to able to control them much better that he did in The Phoenix.
- When you examine the gamut of social activities humans engage in, from sports to competitions for attention, it does indeed seem that humans are not able to rise above a competitive mindset.
- In Russian there is a much kinder word, you simply say ‘not beautiful’, ‘unbeautiful’ and that leaves you with the whole gamut of unbeautiful, from hideous to rather plain.
- Her face could register the gamut of human emotions without ever fully revealing her inner nature.
- At which level do we start to form various cognitive types that reflect the gamut of human potential?
- Santiago being a pilgrimage town, I fully expect there to be the whole gamut of Catholic tat merchandise: illuminated Pope busts, candles shaped like burning pyres, replicas of fragments of the true cross, and so on and so forth.
- ‘These are highly selective patients who have been through the whole gamut of drugs and this therapy gives them an alternative to getting worse - it gives people a lifeline,’ he said.
- She also recommends researching the publishers who would be suitable, since publishing houses run the whole gamut from highly specialized to general houses to the academic university presses.
- Apart from the damage to business, the focus will range from the drive to bring down the cost of motor insurance to the whole gamut of how insurance problems affects every sector of the community.
- He covers the gamut of aesthetic surgery, from the initial consultation through postoperative recovery.
- The dishes covered the gamut of culinary endeavour from Guinness-and-lamb stew to salmon with tandoori spices.
- This underlines the new Government's commitment to a whole gamut of policies that would take care of agriculture and the concerns of farmers as well as other poorer and weaker sections.
- These stories take you on an exciting journey, and you traverse a whole gamut of human experience and emotions that reflect the changing Tamil milieu.
- An agenda that can countervail the one-line simple answers of said ‘conservatives’ that encompass the whole gamut of public policy.
- Various options were put up for reflection covering the whole gamut from doing nothing at all to farming the market out to the edge of the town and many other ideas in between including making the High Street pedestrians only.
- The full gamut of human misbehaviour, you'll learn, ranges from crudely hilarious to profoundly disturbing.
- Students, it seems, are getting too busy to, well, be students, when we consider that word as gesturing toward the whole gamut of traditional student experiences.
- The opinions ranged the gamut, from panic to indifference, many with steadfastness and underlying optimism.
- We're here to offer advice across the whole gamut of financial services.
- He intends to meet residents to find out what their priorities are, then hopes to apply to a whole gamut of funding initiatives including the National Lottery money, Education Action Zone cash, New Deal for Communities money and others.
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