In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1localidad femininein the/this locality — en la/esta localidad
- The influence of these selected churchmen in the localities where they were placed cannot be underestimated.
- Where the nuisance causes physical damage to property, however, the nature of the locality is irrelevant.
- During 1994 jack snipe were recorded at 36 localities in the county.
- Stolzite is poorly represented in Mexican and Central and South American localities.
- The La Venta site has yielded fossils assignable to as many as ten genera, whereas most localities will have no more than three.
- This locality is also the site from which Lyreidus hookeri was collected.
- In addition, alleles from geographically distant localities often cluster together.
- For the next fortnight the Japanese mounted attacks on the string of defended localities running along the road.
- Today the locality in which the university is situated may not be the safest and the best in the city.
- It has a maximum thickness of 250 m and is absent at several localities except for a continuous ironstone horizon.
- Mist-net capture localities were positioned near bird feeders at both study sites.
- Namibia seems to have the highest concentration of localities on the continent.
- Western Utah is the home of one of the best-known Cambrian fossil localities in the world.
- Tectonic settings of several localities listed in Table I are equivocal.
- Major new mineral localities of this magnitude are rarely discovered in New England.
- It has an alphabetical list of localities by country, starting with Argentina.
- Even the roadsigns that mark localities or single properties must be made of granite.
- This scramble for excellence has confirmed the benefits of cooler sites and matching locality to grape varieties.
- Geographical coordinates and sample sizes of the localities may be obtained from the corresponding author.
- Central American silver localities are not well represented in most collections.
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