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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- As I noted in a previous post on this subject, the disclaimer that the school board has mandated be read by the science teachers is incredibly incoherent and confused.
- How is any of it illogical or internally incoherent?
- One of its key arguments is internally incoherent.
- Given the facts in this case, the jury's verdict is logically incoherent.
- A law can do much practical good even if it is logically incoherent, and the ADA certainly falls in that category.
- We didn't really take it to its logical conclusion, so it's sprawling and incoherent and needs working with some scissors.
- But taken to its logical limit, the aim is incoherent.
- Moreover the capital controversy revealed that important aspects of aggregate neoclassical theory were logically incoherent.
- Natural language is incoherent, and its underlying sensible structure is that of an infinite hierarchy of levels.
- He just kept shivering and muttering incoherent fragments of distorted English.
- Much of the rest of the e-mail is rambling, incoherent, badly written, nonsensical, fanciful, and downright unbelievable.
- The thought that the process theory is logically incoherent comes from two sources.
- This is easy to believe about one of the funniest comedians around… a man who has raised the bar for incoherent muttering and elevated rambling to a high art.
- He argues, surprisingly, that the notion of enforcing God's law is logically incoherent.
- The constant drive to divide sex into various incoherent binaries is intellectually specious, politically dubious, and completely unsexy.
- There is acute onset of delusions, hallucinations, incomprehensible or incoherent speech, or any combination of these.
- Why do some actors write hilariously incoherent and over-the-top political commentary?
- But the aim of fusion is both internally incoherent and impossible.
- David muttered something incoherent and rude and scrambled to his feet, fumbling for the sword.
- Their atrophied sense of integrity and largely incoherent rambling suggested that this would prove a far more difficult task than I first imagined.
- Clearly unhappy with the attention he was receiving around that time, he gave a number of rambling, incoherent interviews that hinted at some of the darker recesses of his psyche.
- The incoherent ramblings of a man who spent a little too much time drinking the Ted Rall flavored kool-aid?
- I'm very grateful that these incoherent ramblings find some resonance out there - we can all do with some validation can't we?
- White announces himself in favor of irrational and incoherent opinions.
- Soon after, they found Hazel sitting by a tree, muttering incoherent threats.
- Randolph later wrote an incoherent apology for his ‘diabolical, barbarous and wicked’ behaviour.
- I have not found that the ordinary logical mind has in either ancient or modern literature been able to find them internally incoherent.
- I find him very inconsistent and intellectually his policy positions are often quite incoherent.
- Well first of all I believe we have to change this language, which is incoherent.
- Darin was right; I did feel better after babbling my incoherent misgivings.
- Still, in rebutting the charge that the Trinity is against reason, the philosopher may offer conceptual clarity to the skeptic and show that the doctrine is not incoherent or irrational.
- Of course, that includes your ‘base’ here in the US too so you'll have to pardon us for our consistency and ask yourselves why we find you incoherent on this matter.
- Madmen are of some nation, and their language, however incoherent in its words, has always the coherence of syllabification.
- At least in this case, the valid phrases are much commoner than the logically incoherent ones.
- Williams subsided over his beer, muttering some kind of incoherent threat, as Leslie smiled.
- The letter is long, rambling, abusive and incoherent.
- Remember, that chapter is written straight from his inner subconscious, so naturally, it'd all be a babble of incoherent thoughts.
- At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought.
- In short it's a logically incoherent mishmash that seems to rumble along despite it's evident inconsistencies and flaws.
- Instead of boring you with one of my long, incoherent ramblings, I have decided to cut them up into shorter, incoherent ramblings, for your pleasure.
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.