In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This is still the largest Maltese community outside of Malta.
- As part of these celebrations, a very well known Maltese architect will deliver the Weekend's keynote address.
- Malta is predominantly Roman Catholic so the Maltese people love to celebrate weddings.
- Like its people and history, the Maltese language is varied.
- The last case of a similar nature involved Maltese twins, who were separated surgically in Britain.
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- The Maltese are reportedly quaking in their boots.
- According to tradition the national colors were given to the Maltese by Count Roger in 1090.
- Saint Paul is a powerful national symbol, as he is credited with converting the Maltese to Christianity.
- The years between the two world wars were marked by spasmodic European immigration, especially of Italians, Greeks, Croatians, Maltese, and Jews.
- Moreover, this knot is one which few besides sailors can tie, and is peculiar to the Maltese.
- More people know Irish than Maltese, Latvian or Estonian, the protestors claimed.
- How many people, for example, can translate from Latvian into Maltese?
- The two official languages are Maltese (a language with similarities to Arabic) and English.
- In the case of Britain, they also attempt to obtain information on more recently arrived languages such as Gujarati, Punjabi, Maltese, and Turkish.
- ‘We have to find for example somebody who offers registration in Maltese,’ says Howard.
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