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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- The internet can offer you everything from a search engine to find that perfect little cottage to in-depth scene guides.
- I would rather have done an in-depth investigation into five-star hotels on the French Riviera.
- Interviews were semistructured and in-depth, and were carried out in patients' homes.
- The event will be followed by an in-depth interview and a Q&A session.
- It doesn't take an exceptional amount of in-depth psychology to guess why I found a resonance in those four lines.
- Maps had proven the key to learning the first thing I ever studied in-depth all on my own.
- Your insights will be extremely keen, so give your motivations some in-depth scrutiny.
- The Tories also announced their own commission to take an in-depth look at the future of Britain's asylum policy.
- I have nothing but praise and admiration for his in-depth knowledge and understanding of the game in all its facets.
- At most conventions, there takes place an in-depth discussion on party policy.
- Contributions are many and varied, from simple ideas and resources to in-depth lesson plans and schemes of work.
- They then ask the reader to take a closer look, reflecting the in-depth analysis in the articles.
- The research group conducted surveys and in-depth interviews with petitioners.
- The second is an in-depth analysis into the specific problems of administration.
- This will include in-depth interviews and behind the scenes with lead stars.
- Why couldn't the in-depth and very responsible coverage be allowed to continue?
- In the meantime, the relevant Justice Committee at Holyrood should embark on an in-depth study of the issues.
- It wouldn't be a quick fix but a proper, in-depth look which is what we need.
- I will not be going in-depth into an analysis of what the concept is all about.
- He would not need to be so craven if he looked at in-depth polls showing that the public is not nearly as punitive as commonly perceived.
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