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 it involved a non-surgical method of insertion, the yellow pellet gained a lot of supporters despite its life threatening side effects
- This would require insertion of more sharp pointy things.
- To qualify for insertion on the waiting list, members of the public must be an approved applicant of a local authority, a tenant or a tenant purchaser of a local authority house.
- You can buy sandwiches from the trolley, order drinks, and in the event of a sudden loss of cabin pressure, a mask will drop from above your seat on insertion of the correct coinage.
- After insertion into a ‘pocket’ in the eyeball, the polymer film will dissolve in a matter of days, leaving behind a microarray of ceramic sensors.
- Shoppers, too, could be more proactive in declining packaging where it is not needed: the automatic insertion of a product into a bag when it is bought, for instance.
- It involves insertion of small implants in place of the damaged tissue of the knee joint.
- The insertion of words like ‘hitherto’ - who uses this nowadays, other than lawyers?
- For several months the prices displayed by the machines on insertion of the card have been in both euro and punts, but on Tuesday the machines refused to recognise euros!
- Getting insertion and removal right can be a bit tricky until you learn the knack.
- Just prior to insertion of the IV line, the dressing and cream should be removed.
- All checksums are validated upon insertion of a memory card or at power on.
- He soon found that mixing nitroglycerine with silica would turn the liquid into a paste, which could be shaped into rods of a size and form suitable for insertion into drilling holes.
- Hello, strange indentation in shin identical to the little depressions alien abductees believe are the points of insertion for their implants.
- They used invasive methods of blood pressure recording, possibly insertion of an arterial line.
- He asked Mendelssohn to provide songs, entr'actes and brief orchestral episodes for insertion at appropriate points in the play.
- The original photos and titles were rarely seen together until final insertion of the scanned images by the printer.
- Let's not even mention the sneaky insertion of the word ‘programs’.
- Most of the time I can convert such material into language, by carefully deploying punctuation of my own, along with the substitution and insertion of minor words.
- The insertion of songs taken from 60s and 70s musical adaptations of the play turns the production into somewhat of a Shakespearian musical-comedy.
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- ‘This could be one of the reasons why people are getting more interested in local ad insertions, because there is a standard,’ King theorized.
- In addition to cross-channel promotions, ad insertions and mailings will be utilized to lure potential customers.
- There were 392 insertions in over 450 newspapers.
- Even so, at the end of the first quarter of this year, TLC placed 19th out of the top 20 cable networks ranked by local ad insertions.
- It has tactically placed more than 150 advertising insertions from January to June promoting the strapline, ‘Connects you to the world’.
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