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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- I was initially fired up about history at school, but it was through the study of ancient not modern history.
- Costs are rising faster than in any other time in modern history.
- It's an aesthetic novel; a philosophical and a sociological study in modern history.
- He was the president of the Cambridge Union and was a lecturer in modern history at Southampton University until his recent retirement.
- But to be honest, even after getting a degree in modern history, I still had a passion for just one thing: cooking.
- In modern history, Presidents have come mainly from the ranks of governors.
- In our modern history, there may have been no time when the law has been so disdained and violated as it is today.
- How do you define one of the most powerful black women in modern history?
- It's one that has been used all over the world and throughout modern history.
- This is a book that could easily be read by high school students studying modern history.
- The influence of Turkey's modern history on the Turkish present is evident here.
- It created one of the greatest humanitarian crises in modern history.
- Intelligent, witty and wilful, she went to Oxford where she took a first in modern history.
- She started night classes in 1997 and quickly developed a taste for medieval and early modern history.
- Many of these essays draw on a case study approach and often integrate medieval and modern history.
- This administration has the greatest feeding frenzy in modern history with special interests.
- He knew that the enthusiasm of the humanists had been disproved by modern history, which remorselessly dehumanised the world.
- Another common theme was a complete ignorance of modern history.
- Will Thai schoolchildren ever get to learn the truth about a defining moment in their country's modern history?
- She has been offered a place to study politics and modern history at Oxford.
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