In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Instead of taking that defeatist attitude, I prefer to valiantly soldier on and find new music that's 100 times more psychedelic or mind-bending.
- This manga-based masterpiece steams ahead on so many levels and with so much depth, detail and mind-bending imagery that your brain barely has time to catch up with itself.
- That living coast is the thing that draws me back to Torquay year after year, whereas once I'd witnessed the mind-bending beauty of Mauritius and the Maldives, I had no desire to do it again.
- This mind-bending mix of music is known as free form, a style pioneered in the 70's that mixes musical genres and styles to create a unique style of its own.
- The juxtaposition of the horrible imagery coming directly from the victim's recollections, to the obvious innocence of the parties involved makes for a mind-bending experience.
- I think that's totally mind-bending and awesome.
- The game lacks any kind of flow due to the often mind-bending puzzles and silly dialogue sequences.
- Although it introduces a host of mind-bending economic theories, the movement for sustainable economies includes more than a little whimsy.
- A psychedelic pop tune, ‘The Test’ shakes off a troublesome start to find an intoxicating groove and mind-bending melodies.
- This is weird, transgressive, mind-bending cinema, reminiscent of silent-era German expressionism, and seasoned with Hollywood musical parody.
- From then on the album takes a beautifully mind-bending trip through some intimate, yet uplifting soundscapes that provide near-perfect therapy for our stressed out routines.
- And it's such a mind-bending, far-out trip that once-radical modernism comes to seem rather tame and dowdily down-to-earth.
- But what's more mind-bending is what she does with this.
- What a radical, grand mind-bending thought that is.
- Certainly, the implications are mind-bending.
- These are, of course, just a sampling of the countless mind-bending and brain-boggling phenomena that have kept astrophysicists busy for the past hundred years.
- Einstein's 1905 paper, along with another one he published in 1915, painted an entirely different and mind-bending picture.
- A Ph.D. is a long, weird and mind-bending experience, and bureaucracies generally are sympathetic about this fact.
- An armed robber is appealing against his conviction claiming that he was high on a mind-bending cocktail of drugs when he confessed to police.
- But, like Jim Isermann's mind-bending geometric rug works, Leachman's paintings transcend the usual categories.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.