In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- A spokesperson said the report did not provide a justifiable reason for a Labour Court hearing.
- Obviously that would be completely acceptable and justifiable to whoever it was who'd taken the damn picture.
- Any exceptions could only be made for very strong and justifiable reasons.
- But could that be a justifiable reason to go on and ban pets altogether?
- There is no justifiable reason to deny Taiwan a constructive role in the world health system.
- A homicide committed in the proper performance of a legal duty is justifiable.
- For those who feel insulted by it there is no justifiable reason for it to continue to be exhibited.
- Now it may well be that the Court's actions are justifiable under some other theory.
- The increased insured value was reasonably justifiable in view of the possible replacement value at the time.
- There are only two justifiable reasons for taking an animal's life.
- These services in the presence of growth will then be justifiable and sustainable.
- What is required is that the balance be one that is reasonable and justifiable.
- Something important is being taken away from people, and there isn't a justifiable reason for it.
- Some residents have justifiable fears of being seen talking to the police.
- However, there are justifiable reasons for going to bed so ridiculously early.
- Readers will be intrigued by the idea that in the blink of an eye one can make a valid and justifiable decision.
- However justifiable the reason given for war and killing, suffering and death still occur.
- Are suspicions of others justifiable, or just the xenophobic fears of an insulated family unit?
- This should not be a reason for not having cows in calf because there are several more justifiable reasons.
- A few others are in justifiable fear that their boss may take disciplinary action against them if they are identified.
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