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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- Delete all commercials, long lead-ins and breaks - no other editing is permitted.
- Some of the lead-in chapter introductions are very well done - I particularly liked the one on Organizational Transformation.
- The lead-in time would allow directors bring themselves up to speed on the requirements of the bill.
- The objective of the Genesis project is to reduce the lead-in time of setting up a business from three years to one year.
- It gets the album started on a high-octane note, but no matter how scratchy the lead-in guitars are, the expensive production can't make it as excitingly raw as it would like to be.
- After a lead-in period from last year, this means that from this year onwards, a grower who plants any seed potatoes, other than certified basic seed, is breaking the law.
- On sale from next month, the new model arrives with an uprated specification list and a lead-in price of £18,513, a slight increase over its predecessors.
- Bolton Council says there is a lead-in period until December 3 to obtain and start to use the new style book.
- This is a useful lead-in for them because it allows them to show, visually, that their numbers really do go down.
- It forms just one small part of the lead-in campaign to March 26, which, as we all know by now, is the first day of Scotland's smoking ban.
- ‘Ultimately, the standing shoulder press is a great lead-in exercise for learning more advanced power moves such as push-presses and overhead squats,’ he says.
- We needed a three-year lead-in period where the status quo remained.
- Notwithstanding the short lead-in season, due to foot-and-mouth restrictions, entries for the National Carriage Driving Championships, starting today, are high, say the organisers.
- Light railway is very expensive and has a longer lead-in time.
- The longer-than-expected lead-in time will allow employers time to prepare for the full implementation of the regulations.
- It has been a convention, if we are talking about conventions, that members are allowed a lead-in to a debate.
- All patients began a reduced-energy diet at the onset of the placebo lead-in period and followed the diet for the first 52 weeks.
- It's a powerful transition, and a smooth lead-in to characters who are now young men, 15 years later.
- After the lead-in music played and the taping actually began, some of these barbs turned sharp.
- The following sentences are the lead-ins for the multiple choice questions.
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.