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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- However, a notable omission from this book is any discussion of how and when to teach patients self-hypnosis.
- The projects omission from the latest announcement of Government funding for new schools has left St Patrick's Secondary School in a predicament.
- A notable omission from this miscellany of singers is of course, the castrato.
- This has been a glaring omission from other farm management texts, but one that has become more important with growth in the global economy.
- A glaring omission from the speech was the 2003 budget, which is traditionally tabled along with the president's address.
- It is those two civil wars, of 1641 and 1688, that stand as the largest omission from Thady's narrative.
- This was the glaring omission from not one but two local government bills announced on Wednesday.
- Its omission from my column last week changed the meaning of that column entirely.
- His disillusionment began when he was a surprise omission from the Brisbane test against Australia in November despite some sharp leadup spells.
- A final omission from Frank's work is a discussion of her role as an academic.
- That omission from the curriculum might have had tragic consequences.
- I had never caught a sea trout before and it was a glaring omission from my personal best lists!
- Boston College was the glaring omission from this year's tourney.
- Yet such analysis has not so far been undertaken and is a notable omission from the Intergovernmental Report on Climate Change.
- He was a surprise omission from India's tour party after he troubled the Australian batsmen during the recent one-day series in India.
- An omission from a police report is not a false police report under California law.
- It always appeared to me to be a glaring omission from the very first legislation put before the House.
- That was a fundamental omission from an otherwise excellent article.
- The puzzling omission from Hamowy's account is any discussion of circumcision.
- He was passed fit to play in the final Test, so it's a stretch to imagine his omission from the ODI squad is injury-related.
2(thing left out)omisión femininesupresión femininehe was a startling omission from the team — resultó sorprendente que lo excluyeran del equipo
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