In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The other, I think, is the common conspiracy theory that pharmaceutical companies do not produce cures because they can make more profit selling palliatives.
- I always assumed these books were filled with trite palliatives.
- Sandwiched between the ready availability of drugs and an inadequate response is a lost generation for whom cocaine is an easier palliative than the severity of a drug-free life.
- Morris would undoubtedly see these strategies as little more than palliatives at best or work intensification at worst and certainly unchallenging to the structure of capitalist work relations.
- But we need much more than news about the latest theories and scientific findings on preventive measures, palliatives and cures.
- Pharmaceutical companies do not like palliatives that can be grown in the back yard.
- What this palliative fails to address is the involvement of the directors themselves in CEOs’ criminal activity.
- There are palliatives, cosmetics like quinine for malaria, which suppress the symptoms for as long as you take them; when you stop taking quinine, the malaria returns at full force.
- In meeting after meeting workers demanding action confronted the City Council, only to receive empty palliatives and arrogant admonitions that they were ‘on their side.’
- If not, the measure would be a simple ineffective palliative, but not a solution to the problem.
- No one would criticise last week's announcement of $1 billion to help combat Aids and other illnesses worldwide, but the gesture represents the tiniest of palliatives to a string of global pandemics.
- While we all can understand how belittling that experience must have been, shooting the messenger is never the recommended palliative.
- It would have, in essence, offered a short-term palliative to a longer-term problem.
- Lanzmann isn't interested in extracting pity from his viewers; for him, history is present, undeniable and bereft of palliatives.
- Such was the milieu in which nineteenth-century gymnastics and calisthenics systems offered women palliatives for infirmities that were equated with consumptive female invalidism.
- There are various palliatives, but there is no cure.
- He went on to say that palliatives would not avail.
- There is yet no cure for Aids, only palliatives to make life more comfortable and to prolong life in the shadow of certain death,’ he said.
- The U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service has several very good publications available on the construction and maintenance of improved soil roads and dust palliatives.
- Nelson says he sees a day when grading professionals will lay down their own dust palliatives to cap off the soil after completing the excavation.
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.