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 is not noted for being tactful — no se lo conoce precisamente por su tacto
- The late Paddy Mickey as he was known was one class act and he was a noted personality all his life and was held in high esteem by all.
- Sir David Steel gave an address at the memorial service for Nigel Tranter, the noted author who died in January.
- A noted man of letters paid a brief visit to Killoran's Bar last week to look up an old friend.
- A most amiable and kindly man, he was held in very high esteem and was a noted character in the area.
- We asked a group of noted authors to describe the books that shaped their characters.
- An analysis of some published reviews of each book usually by noted reviewers or authors is also included.
- Alexander, a former vice chancellor and a noted high-jumper were all honoured that day.
- The workshop will be conducted under the direction of noted artist M.S. Murthy.
- Eric himself is a well known trainer, jockey and was a noted showjumper in his day.
- The noted psychologist, C.J. John's advice to the children was to learn from life.
- The idea is to popularise Kannada literature by singing compositions of noted poets of the State.
- He was a noted musician and was renowned for his ability to play the flute which earned him recognition far and wide.
- The noted artist has been teaching in their classrooms for about eight years.
- Father Yvon was also a noted writer, the author of several books about the sea.
- It is a replica of Auberge de Castile, a noted architectural landmark in Valletta Harbour.
- Keynes was a member of the Bloomsbury Group and a noted patron of the arts.
- But aside from that Tom was an artist of great talent and also a noted singer in the USA.
- A noted sportsman in his early years he was also a member of the Town Council in Loughrea in the late forties.
- By 1960, she had produced Jameson's Raid, becoming a noted historian in her fifties.
- Soon a prominent producer, a noted director and their friends rushed to the rescue of the students.
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