In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Williams has a comparable interrogative edge, a sense of the difficulty of doing justice to the complexity and sheer intractability of reality, and of the unavoidability of tragedy, conflict and fragmentariness.
- It is manifested in his troubled, interrogative attitude towards war, his awareness that science unbridled by compassion is folly, and the relentless desire for knowledge a pathology.
- In other instances, contact with NPCs is unavoidable, as there are some who hold vital information, such as door codes, which can be coaxed out of them by interrogative means.
- People in the book often feel like interrogative bodies exploring the outer limits of their own emotions and thoughts as well as the expanse beyond.
- But a fair number of people leave out the question marks (for example here, here, and here), which suggests that the interrogative force isn't obvious.
- Of course, the defence power supports that in a way which perhaps does not raise the interrogative qualities of capital issues or the like which cause one to have pause for thought.
- Understanding these fundamental questions is critical to understanding interrogative cell signaling.
- While some scholars argue for re-enactment's interrogative possibilities, these possibilities tend to be circumscribed.
- The interrogative mood questions the listeners.
- This law is probably unique in the annals of democratic legislation and, should it pass, there is every reason to believe that torture will quickly regain its status as the interrogative method of choice.
- When the member reads the legislation he will find out that the process inside the first hearing of either setting up their allocation plan or making the decisions is one that is more interrogative than adversarial.
- Is part of your argument that whatever the expression ‘the course of questioning’ means, it must involve some activity on the part of the police of an interrogative nature?
- It presets the bounds of inquiry, cramps the interrogative space, and derails the track switching (from field to analysis and back again) that earmarks ethnographic work.
- The possibility also exists that the interrogative techniques used by detectives may have improperly influenced Jeffrey's recollection of the events.
- All the suggestibility scores were highly elevated and indicate that he tends to give in very readily to leading questions and interrogative pressure.
- Whatever the reason, I'll be wishing him well because, in our adversarial, interrogative culture, there's still a place for Parkinson's gentlemanly, self-effacing approach.
- Both dissident reading and the resistant readings which we will look at later are interrogative discourses which recognize and work within the staple ingredients of imperial narrative.
- Stevens paused again, changing the sound of his voice to an interrogative tone.
- In the soliloquy above he engages in a brilliant radical gloss on conventional thinking, through a series of interrogative puns, and abrasive appropriations of the conventional language of society.
- But most companies feel this is cheating, and in any case why deny someone from personnel the chance to sit on a board for a day, eating biscuits and displaying all the interrogative skills of a turnip.
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.