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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- It's available now, at an introductory offer of £40 per person for bed and breakfast.
- The problems were addressed in an introductory graduate level econometrics course.
- Right now, this is an academic issue, because as an introductory offer, all public Ready to Surf points are free to wireless users.
- The introductory and overview chapters of the three volumes are alone worth the price of purchase.
- Olive decides to switch to a card that charges no interest on purchases for an introductory period.
- This course will be an ideal one to complement the Centre's recently run introductory course on beekeeping.
- An introductory course in First Aid will also be added to the expanding subject choices in October.
- The high rate is not intended as an introductory offer, according to the company, and it says the rate is made possible by a low cost base.
- Dozens of cards offer no-interest introductory rates on balance transfers, with the longest deals lasting for up to a year.
- As an introductory offer, electronic cards are being offered free of subscription fee for the first year.
- Visitors are advised to watch out for new hotels that run introductory offers.
- Customers who sign up will pay €30 per month after the introductory offer ends.
- It was then agreed to try to arrange an introductory course in the locality.
- Anyone who hasn't been on the programme before can attend an introductory course starting at 3pm on Sunday.
- Biotechnology education could begin at the university level with a basic introductory course.
- If there's no introductory offer for new purchases then don't use the card to buy things.
- During my sophomore year of college I took an introductory acting course as an elective.
- It entices customers in with a market-beating introductory offer that rises after six months or so.
- The introductory chapters are simply written and clearly illustrated.
- There is also a short introductory chapter dealing with nuisance aquatic plants of the region.
- Hey, check out this Internet thing and see what all the fuss is about with a free introductory offer from Her Majesty's Government.
- In many ways, I wish this chapter had been the introductory chapter for the book.
- It's easy enough, it's a basic introductory essay to the topic so the tutor can assess our skills.
- If you can, apply for one of the many cards offering an introductory interest-free period on transfers.
- If you've never read about this sort of thing, this is a good basic introductory article.
- On Tuesdays there are Meditation classes in the morning and an introductory course in Yoga in the evening.
- This introductory course will explore many of the topics that were touched on above.
- This has been moved from card to card to take advantage of introductory offers.
- Safe storage of weapons is part and parcel of introductory training at the basic police academy level.
- Instead of the standard two years of philosophy, I have done just one as well as introductory courses in theology.
- There's a chapter in every introductory economics textbook about innovation and competition.
- The introductory chapters are limited, focusing on key principles only.
- This software will have a place for your cyber guests to register and to receive an introductory offer.
- Section 1 includes two introductory chapters that provide a suitable opening to the book.
- As everything is all so new, the hotel is temporarily offering a range of special introductory packages.
- After all, they offered me a gold card and an attractive introductory rate of interest.
- I've decided to waive the cost of this initial consignment as a introductory offer.
- Dozens of credit card companies offer special zero interest introductory periods.
- Are customers still benefiting from that special introductory rate on purchases?
- There are a lot of suppliers competing for your pounds, some of whom offer head-turning introductory offers.
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