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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- It soon, however, also opened a Pandora's box of questions about just how internationally compliant Egyptian presidential elections could be.
- Given this logic, it's not hard to see why the industry would be in a state of denial about security: The very discussion is a lethal Pandora's box.
- They may have also opened a Pandora's box of complications involving a child's claim on a sperm donor's data and wealth.
- But the exercise unleashed a Pandora's box of problems with issues raised over the handling of contracts and renovation funds.
- Today I am glad he did - he has opened up a technological Pandora's box, which will benefit the world for generations.
- And in doing so, he opened a Pandora's box of history, emotion, frustration, uncertainty and fear that left none of us unscathed.
- What Ms. Patel has done is to open a Pandora's box.
- Once Pandora's box is opened, there won't be enough time for real science.
- But he has opened a Pandora's box of logical reasoning.
- Cloning is the Pandora's box of the new millennium.
- Decriminalisation would open a Pandora's box on drugs liberalisation which challenges our fearful attitudes to ‘harder’ drugs like heroin.
- His lawyer, a philosophical chain-smoker, suggests fatalistically that once the Pandora's box is open you can't put it back.
- A government that pursues this policy would quickly find that once the Pandora's box of appeasement is opened, it will never be shut.
- Like Pandora's box, once opened, it is going to be well nigh impossible to put back the troubles and close down the lid.
- Having opened the Pandora's box and revealed how with-profits policies operate, the reaction from some investment advisers is that the product is now largely obsolete.
- Despite such reassurances, once the Pandora's box of the recall motion has been opened, there is no telling what pestilence will result.
- It is also why conservatives in the government are none too enthusiastic to grant them these political rights, fearing that a Pandora's box will be opened in Syria.
- Howard has opened a Pandora's box and he can't close it now.
- It is the skeleton in the closet, the Pandora's box yet unopened.
- Has the president's stem cell decision opened a Pandora's box?
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