In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1metamorfosis feminineto undergo a metamorphosis — sufrir / experimentar una metamorfosis
- So what kind of metamorphosis does the photograph as a form of animation effectuate?
- Later, we see her in real terror as Namtar's metamorphosis takes hold and changes her very being.
- Although he has seemed to stay frozen in time, Bond has actually undergone a series of very subtle metamorphoses.
- A close examination of the fresco reveals a series of allusions to metamorphosis.
- The credits went through a handful of metamorphoses before the show debuted in summer 2007.
- The cast handle this metamorphosis excellently.
- Larry, of course, has gotten a few laughs out of Laurie's metamorphosis.
- Moralising interpretations generally explained physical metamorphosis as the external manifestation of the bestial nature within.
- When it comes to national security, however, no one can say with assurance whether her metamorphosis is genuine.
- In its metamorphosis from novella to film, it wisely maintains the convention of narration, but unwisely pushes it to the wayside.
- The derision into which the Cult of the Supreme Being fell after the overthrow of the Jacobins did not discredit the theme, which underwent a series of conservative metamorphoses in the 19th century.
- Table 4 captures this metamorphosis in major party support in a different way.
- Poster proceeds to outline his own metamorphosis over nine chapters.
- This political metamorphosis is not the one chronicled this week by the mainstream press in both Mexico and the United States.
- This metamorphosis has happened because while I'm happy to embrace country living I like it to be wrapped up in a duck-down duvet of urban comfort.
- After the second-half metamorphosis, it has suddenly become clear that there will be real competition for places come the summer.
- That, then, is the latest metamorphosis of ‘base football player’.
- Yet a slow but steady metamorphosis is taking place.
- The twist is that this metamorphosis is emphasized by the fact that the young heroine, Ginger, is simultaneously becoming a werewolf.
- It uses the narrative as a way to investigate the notion of architectural metamorphosis and redemption, and it does so by means of powerful installation pieces.
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