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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- One of the critical innovations is the invention of tweezers for molecular manipulation - the very tool that Primo Levi desired.
- Does beauty lie in the artist's skilful manipulation of materials, or ideas?
- Correct orientation principles ensure efficient control of solar gain and manipulation within the building fabric.
- Although more a work of low relief, it shares with Apollo and Marpessa the creation of depth on a shallow surface by skilful manipulation of planes.
- I am referring to genetic manipulation in agrobiology.
- As for stem cell manipulation, the good doctor suggested we check back with him in a quarter-century or so.
- The one for the handcuffs is oversized to allow fast manipulation.
- How close are we to the possibility of using genetic manipulation to create faster and stronger athletes?
- His mastery of vocal manipulation allowed him to pitch his voice like a frail old man from Texas.
- Discriminating the various objects within the world requires a system of labelling that can allow independent manipulation of those objects.
- She gave me deep massage, then gentle manipulation.
- Video teleconferencing also allows collaboration and manipulation of documents and data.
- It is the skilful manipulation of this single stitch that lends an interesting and characteristic dimension to the needlework.
- You can counteract this by manipulation in the computer with your electronic paint brush.
- The other themes are genetic manipulation, ‘post-apocalypse’, and totalitarianism.
- A rear end of the lever is externally accessible to allow manipulation by the user.
- Adobe Photoshop is for images and image manipulation.
- The conscious use and manipulation of frame and structure allows the storyteller to engage the audience more deeply in the story.
- Having a single file containing details all the CDs makes content manipulation much easier and faster.
- It allows for manipulation of written text and images with minimal cyber skills.
- Planning, manipulation and management were essential parts of the programme.
- This could suggest that our manipulation was not successful in inducing a deliberative mindset.
- This thriller of thrillers is a study of human conflict, jealousy and manipulation, which promises to baffle the most proficient sleuth.
- This sort of manipulation takes a lot of cleverness.
- Behind such an outlook lies a deeply pessimistic view - that any change in society, if it is possible at all, will be the result of the clever schemes and manipulations of gifted individuals.
- Is this a display of misguided innocence, or the manipulation of youth by unscrupulous entrepreneurs?
- Through clever manipulations, Lupin gets into the wine vault but it is a trap set by Zenigata!
- There are many strands to the plot, each involving manipulation of others for personal advancement.
- Some deliberate manipulation must have taken place.
- So far, none of the other commissions have found any evidence of deliberate manipulation, of pressure.
- Of course, contrary to the fantasies of the press, the strike was not the result of manipulation by ‘scheming lefties’.
- It made perfect sense that she was working with Mercalli, and that she'd won Stratford over by clever manipulation to get her post with the company.
- The tragedy of the past is not recreated through a deliberate manipulation of the reader's heartstrings.
- This flexibility provides opportunities for manipulation, deception and misrepresentation.
- I've been battling with this kind of manipulation for 33 years.
- But their idea of world domination, through clever manipulations, to compensate for their small numbers, is not always seen as legitimate.
- This is a nation whose operating culture is secrecy, repression, and manipulation.
- The tale of intrigue, manipulation and tragedy unfolds in 18th-century Korea.
- Instead, they attempt to use tricks and minority manipulation to force public acceptance.
- Juries are human, and can be easily swayed by the emotions of the case, and the clever manipulation of a strong barrister.
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