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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- They want science to be redefined to include non-natural or supernatural explanations for natural phenomena.
- It was left to Newton to provide the mathematical explanation of the phenomena that they observed.
- Phenology is the study of recurring natural phenomena, especially in relation to climate.
- Experts routinely have to reassess the damage done by natural phenomena such as earthquakes or hurricanes.
- Science is itself an ideology, one that properly restricts its own sphere of influence to observing and explaining physical phenomena.
- Natural philosophy then consisted of causal explanation of observed phenomena in nature within such a logical and schematic programme.
- The superstition of religion originated in man's inability to explain natural phenomena.
- The observed maturation phenomena are generally not observed in dedifferentiated HCC.
- Scientific laws are the means, the logical tool that helps interpret facts, phenomena and processes.
- A theory is more than a definition; it is a framework that supplies an orderly explanation of observed phenomena.
- On the other hand, he acknowledges psychokinesis as a likely explanation for poltergeist phenomena.
- I might add that sometimes explanations of physical phenomena involve mathematical facts.
- It is assumed that normal science is sufficient for the explanation of all natural phenomena.
- The objects of science are materializable concepts, not natural phenomena.
- Although such reports are often discounted as meteor showers or astronomical phenomena, other sightings are not so easy to dismiss.
- The major global geophysical catastrophes that await us down the line are in fact just run-of-the-mill natural phenomena writ large.
- It was an unquestioned assumption in all of my science classes that nothing exists except natural phenomena.
- These policies have left us badly exposed and at the mercy of natural phenomena like drought.
- He said the fog reported by the farmers was a natural phenomenon and not connected with the power plant.
- Lightning is one of the most fascinating yet beautiful natural weather phenomena that we see here on Earth.
- A definition of terrorism does exist, and the phenomenon also amounts to a customary international law crime.
- What was expected to be a success at best has become a pop cultural phenomenon for people of all ages and backgrounds.
- The basic objective of the study was to focus on clothing and to project fashion as a social phenomenon.
- Of course all this fuss is nothing compared to the phenomenon of Pop Idol.
- Recent centuries have produced explanation after explanation for the phenomenon labelled God.
- Cigar box handbags, made from original wooden cigar boxes, are not a new fashion phenomenon.
- Perhaps the remarkable phenomenon is that anything like the old nationalism echoed at all.
- Any examination of Yali's question must address the phenomena of the Fertile Crescent.
- You may also recall a while back my talking about the hilarity provided by the Pop Idol phenomenon.
- On top of this situation you add the phenomenon of uncontrolled violence.
- You see, the collapse of respect for politics is a remarkably recent phenomenon.
- The Jansenist Nouvelles was one of the most remarkable publishing phenomena of the eighteenth century.
- What requires explanation is not the phenomenon of cooperation but that of a State.
- According to the morass of statistics, crime is a remarkably flexible phenomenon across England and Wales.
- The exhibition pays tribute to Godzilla as cultural phenomenon rather than mere pop icon.
- Heavy metal, as opposed to hard rock, was a quintessentially British phenomenon.
- One of the most remarkable economic phenomena over the past few years has been the emergence of Internet business.
- Hip-hop has long been one of the most fashion-conscious cultural phenomena in America.
- As he nears the end of his remarkable career, Warne is a phenomenon waiting to be cast in gold for posterity.
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