In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Horse flies, deer flies, stable flies, horn flies, and others have been incriminated in disease transmission through interrupted feeding.
- One Poke, the author of her pregnancy, gave evidence of a conversation incriminating the doctor.
- He gave evidence, of course, having been warned that he could refuse to answer any question that might incriminate him.
- In doing so she noticed the half written text totally incriminating him and his nefarious activities.
- You do not have to answer the questions if you believe the answers might incriminate you.
- Yes sir, I refuse to answer this question on the grounds that it may incriminate me!
- But it provides the protection against giving evidence in which you might incriminate yourself.
- There was no need of any evidence that might incriminate him for treason.
- Fairness to the person who has incriminated himself and any others affected by the incriminating statement and any danger of oppression would also be relevant considerations.
- This opinion will, therefore, address the problem facing an attorney who in fact takes possession of physical evidence which incriminates a client and the disclosure of which to third parties could be damaging to the client.
- The appellant was not compelled to incriminate himself.
- I certainly didn't expect to have an in-house investigator running over my every word looking for evidence to incriminate me.
- Nobody is held accountable or the evidence is insufficient to incriminate anyone.
- Chick had during his evidence withdrawn much, if not all, of his evidence incriminating Sherwood and O'Brien.
- Given a fair wind and, more to the point, given the burden and standard of proof required to incriminate him, this story might well have worked.
- However, Germany has insisted it cannot bend its laws forbidding supplying evidence that could incriminate someone facing execution.
- It doesn't tell you anything that matters, anything that incriminates me.
- Cindy got the tape that incriminates Grant after she heard Marley tell Jake where it was hidden.
- I accept the evidence of all three Crown witnesses that they have not attempted to manufacture together a script to incriminate the accused.
- Benicia invited Martin to lunch to discuss evidence that could incriminate him in the embezzlement.
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.