In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(effective)(remedy) de efecto inmediato
- In a one-shot game, it's not clear that Christie's won because of research; they might have won because of chance.
- Now, games against BCS teams are one-shot opportunities for mid-majors - find a scheme that confuses the opponent, then feed oft the emotion and motivation of the moment.
- His one-shot feat was achieved in a friendly four-ball using a seven wood.
- Relativity doesn't just want to be a one-shot solution for companies trying to extricate themselves from ailing computer languages.
- Financial documents show city officials have relied on one-shot revenue sources, such as the water sale, to balance the budget each year since 1995.
- To the best of my knowledge no one has considered neo-Darwinian evolution to be a one-shot game, yet the book reads as if this was the predominant view and that the authors have stumbled onto something new.
- So always remember that your proposed or recently implemented computer consulting technology solution isn't a one-shot deal.
- This behavior is desired by some applications, for example, Samba, where one-shot support mimics the behavior of the file change notification system on Microsoft Windows.
- Years ago, the proprietor developed a novel method to cast backyard satellite television dishes in a one-shot process that results in exceptionally smooth parabolic antennas.
- The most obvious of the lot is the Instant Kill, which is a one-shot, all-or-nothing attempt to knock out your opponent.
- His counseling ranges from one-shot advice sessions to long-term relationships where, he says, ‘it's almost like being at work again.’
- What we're seeing here is another example proving that asking for one-shot solutions is asking too much.
- For conflicts like these there is no single, quick, one-shot solution, but only an open-ended, evolutionary outcome.
- Do you get the sense that that's just a one-shot wonder, or is it part of a new effort to strengthen the, let's say, moderate middle?
- The first thorny issue that must be solved is an easy and memory - efficient method of parsing up this data so that one can simply select the field they are looking for and obtain the data in a one-shot, one-kill fashion.
- Paul, like the paper's other shutterbugs, took his photos with the Speed Graphic, a big, boxy one-shot camera produced by the Graflex Corporation of Rochester, New York.
- Additionally, these types of software reinforce good ergonomics principles every day, in contrast to the one-shot training session or consultant whose message quickly fades.
- The torpedo gives the Akula a one-shot kill capability against any naval vessel short of an aircraft carrier due to its huge warhead.
- And I think from a human point of view it also makes sense that it shouldn't be just a one-shot mission.
- However, one-shot payments are not automatic counter-cyclical payments like prior deficiency payments, current loan deficiency payments or marketing loan gains.
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