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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- He soon started his own firm, specialising in medium-size businesses.
- It is looking to attract up to 700 small and medium-sized business clients by the end of this year.
- The rooms are medium-sized, well decorated, cosy and extremely comfortable.
- The number of small and medium-sized businesses has traditionally been lower than in many other parts of Scotland.
- She had a medium-sized tumour in her lower abdomen that was caused by tuberculosis.
- I had ordered the medium-size pizza, and found it to be of good size by Bulgarian standards, of dimensions that elsewhere might be described as large.
- The two firms had been talking since the spring and came to an agreement to work together on developing a new breed of medium-sized cars.
- Eight medium-size wind farms are under construction.
- Small and medium-sized businesses were most likely to be complacent about fraud, according to Milliken.
- At first, the major cities grew in size, then the increase spread to medium-sized towns after 1970.
- I am particularly supportive of an increased focus on growing Scotland's medium-sized ventures.
- The agency has launched an online advice service for small to medium-sized businesses to limit the flood threat.
- That's up to four medium-sized glasses of wine for the boys and no more than three for the girls.
- In Chapter 5 a historically based account of small and medium-sized business in Britain is set out.
- Grants of up to 25 per cent of total cost are available to small and medium-sized businesses.
- This could prove to be a nice cost saving for small to medium-sized businesses.
- She joins from a medium-sized firm in Glasgow where she worked as an audit senior.
- We are looking for convenience stores and medium-sized supermarkets in York and North Yorkshire.
- In a medium-sized saucepan combine the butter, water, salt and bring to the boil.
- The trust offers small to medium-sized enterprises grants of up to 50 per cent.
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