In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Efficiency principles dictate that only clear market imperfections justify an appropriately sized tax or subsidy.
- So I'm pig-headedly refusing to take out my chisel and chip away at any slight imperfections.
- As the blooms dry, minor imperfections are magnified and make the dried blossom appear unsightly.
- The economic rationale for the use of the loan instrument hinges on capital market imperfections.
- The only true imperfections I spotted were a few nicks and scratches in the print.
- But the draft, he said, is likely to be published with its imperfections simply to break the deadlock.
- Only small speckles of white that seemed like imperfections broke the darkness of the blade.
- If only we could give them a glimpse of this beautiful world with all its imperfections, diversity, and promise!
- Otherwise, all the test scores were excellent, without even the slightest imperfection.
- Get a life and fixate on your own physical imperfections rather than mine.
- Dirt, grain, and other major imperfections are noticeably absent.
- Nonetheless, she immediately begins to notice all of her husband's physical imperfections.
- As she got closer, she could see the small imperfections in the steel.
- At the same time, the tiny imperfections break the illusionary surface created by the photographs.
- We always condemn ourselves for all of our faults when really it is our imperfections that make us who we are.
- They also increase the number of defects or imperfections in the lattice as an artefact of the deformation.
- Accept the imperfections of your body and make the most of what you have.
- The colors and black levels are in good shape while any major imperfections are mostly absent.
- I think the most beautiful thing about a record is its flaws and imperfections and creepiness.
- When there was light, it only made you see the imperfections more clearly.
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