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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- Although the above only refers to the blogosphere, the same issues are prevalent in other areas of our lives too.
- Many such areas are forested, and human activity is generally more prevalent.
- When not targeting suspected burglars' homes, the squad patrols areas where thefts are prevalent.
- It has two corollaries that challenge conceptions prevalent in some societies and ideologies.
- One of the most prevalent crimes in wide-open areas like Wiltshire is theft from cars.
- So where does it come from, who is responsible and why is it more prevalent today than at any time previously?
- Pilots have spoken of the dangerous winds prevalent in the area where the friends were last heard from.
- Scraps of food and paper were evident in in the lane and a strong fishy odour was prevalent in the area.
- Hip fractures are also more prevalent in areas with fluoridated water.
- This is just another example of the insidious prying into peoples' lives that is so prevalent in our society today.
- Of course, the homophobia prevalent in the general population is the reason why the latents remain latents.
- Usually, caregiving is taken up as part of the informal set up of the family that is prevalent in society.
- Divorce is far more prevalent today, ending nearly half of all marriages compared to little more than a quarter back then.
- They have perhaps rejected the view of their parents or a prevalent view in society.
- Which, some persons have been heard to observe, is why we have some of the social problems prevalent today.
- The racism our parent's faced in the past is far less prevalent today than it was decades ago.
- Among this group smoking is less prevalent than in the general population.
- But crime is most prevalent in those urban areas where the multiply disadvantaged dwell.
- A few samples exhibited particularly prevalent areas of endolithic borings around the margins of the rostra.
- Such intrusions are becoming more prevalent in society because of the advance of technology.
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