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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- Only with human ingenuity, inspiration and ability can we sample what our neighbouring world has to offer.
- Rather, the curators have used their resources with ingenuity to make us look at Dutch painting in a very different way.
- However, these are remarkable examples of ingenuity as well as artistry.
- Bookshops can deploy all their marketing ingenuity to produce imaginative displays.
- The film's landscape of urban desolation must have taken some ingenuity to achieve.
- In every way - performance, build quality, ingenuity of design - it is the better car.
- By the very nature of them it is clear you are a man of some intelligence and some ingenuity.
- This is because there was little structural inventiveness or technical ingenuity.
- His intelligence and ingenuity have enabled him to become the number one predator.
- He resolves to build a monument to nineteenth century ingenuity and invention that will blend fantasy and reality.
- But then they are just career politicians afraid of imagination and ingenuity.
- Originality and ingenuity are the aims of a competition launched at a Trowbridge school on Friday.
- They must use all their ingenuity to complete their hazardous work and survive.
- The story is told with considerable ingenuity and also a little humour from a team fully in touch with their puppet world.
- Despite the technology, you still need human talent and ingenuity to create a work of greatness.
- I marvel at the almost boundless ingenuity and skill of mankind sometimes.
- Smaller boats are masterpieces of ingenuity, with folding tables and settees which convert into beds.
- His clocks were masterpieces of skill, precision, ingenuity, and determination.
- The elements of heaven and earth are elegantly manifested by the artists' ingenuity.
- Her soulful lyrics expose her vulnerability as an artist and her ingenuity as a poet.
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