In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- That will change once people living with the incurable disease - for which there is still no vaccine - gain access to increasingly affordable, life prolonging antiretroviral drugs, it said.
- Many of those who support human embryonic stem-cell research do so for the best of motives, to try and find cures for incurable diseases.
- When he realised his disease was incurable he retired to pursue his interests and spend time with his young family.
- Here, hundreds of millions of men, women and children are suffering from an incurable disease, chronic arsonicosis, and millions more are at risk.
- Neurologists are often accused of being interested in only rare incurable diseases.
- Devotees hold that any incurable disease will be cured and any desire will be fulfilled by pilgrimaging to this temple.
- The disease is incurable in about half of patients at presentation.
- In this week's program we hear the personal stories of three people who have been struck down with the incurable illness Motor Neurone Disease.
- Even in cases of incurable cancer, palliative or experimental therapy may improve quality and extent of life.
- There are incurable diseases in medicine, incorrigible vices in the ministry, insoluble cases in law.
- This predictability of the dying phase is not always as clear in other chronic incurable diseases.
- But the claim that a product can cure an incurable disease should sound alarms.
- Pulmonary arterial hypertension is a rare, incurable disease of poor prognosis.
- Sigmund Freud echoed such views, while suffering from incurable cancer of the palate.
- Most of the problems associated with chronic or incurable illness, being social issues, require interventions by communities.
- A rocky relationship is unlikely to be saved by the crushing blow of chronic incurable illness.
- What about those tales where the whole ship falls sick with some incurable disease?
- I could have been President, or the doctor who finds the cure for some incurable disease or anything else I ever set my mind to.
- Thus most educated and uneducated groups sought and held sufficient biomedical knowledge to understand that diabetes was incurable and to commit to biomedical management.
- He established one of the first licensed fetal-tissue banks in the country, collecting pancreases for research that may lead to cures for incurable diseases.
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- There are signs of improvement, but only an incurable optimist would conclude that the game is in rude health.
- He is a great talker, a charming and incurable optimist, and everything is grist to his mill.
- An incurable optimist, I have every faith that technology will rid itself of its maladies and go on to create a better world.
- Infinitely understated but eminently sophisticated, this album is a treat made for incurable romantics to love unreservedly.
- He responds with the optimism and fervour of the incurable romantic.
- They came of gentry stock, and their father exhibited one of the occasional weaknesses of that origin - an incurable optimism in money matters which left him penniless.
- Her partner was an incurable optimist and also a firm believer in hope, and Drea knew that if it weren't for her sake, Kiremay would have kept going until the ends of the world.
- The track record for winning anything was pretty poor, but I'm an incurable optimist.
- ‘I find most skeptics to be incurable optimists,’ Hyde continues.
- I've mentioned before his incurable optimism and general good will and positive attitudes.
- With incurable optimism went a sense of power and vast reserves of energy encompassing the continent.
- Hughes is well cast as the sympathetic, Candide-like Simon, an incurable optimist who talks about hopelessness without quite grasping the concept himself.
- Although an incurable enthusiast, Crampsey nevertheless cannot be optimistic about the future of football in Scotland.
- Ultimately, he is surprisingly reminiscent of the incurable sentimentalist, forever seeking comfort and reassurance for his damaged inner child.
- Call me an incurable optimist, but it does happen.
- For an incurable optimist like me, the Wallabies showed enough to keep me hopeful that they really can retain the World Cup as long as all the cards fall the right way.
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.