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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- Coun Hawkesworth is also one of the prime movers behind Ilkley's Summer Festival which begins in August this year.
- A throwback to the days of dancefloor jazz, boogaloo and earthy funk, the band's members cut their teeth in the company of prime movers of the genre, people like Eddie Henderson, Brother Jack McDuff and the great Lou Donaldson.
- And it is women who are the prime movers behind this community.
- I don't know who the prime movers in this hare-brained scheme are, and I don't care.
- ‘It exists to encourage freedom of expression and promote free thought,’ says Shravan Narula, a third year engineering student, who is the prime mover of the project.
- The proposed new European league, in which Celtic and Rangers are the prime movers, will not just put the his club on a level commercial footing with the major Italian and English ones, but will also be a major stimulant to the Scottish game.
- The negotiators are more actors in a drama than prime movers of the plot.
- The objective of the initiative, according to P. Varadharajan, one of the prime movers of the project, is to encourage people to read by delivering books at their doorsteps.
- ‘Everything is going ahead as planned,’ commented Neil Walton, who, along with Susan Brooks, has been one of the prime movers behind reviving Sligo's triathlon fever.
- She was a prime mover in the creation of her sport's ruling body, the Women's Tennis Association, and the creation of a professional tour in 1970.
- The prime movers in the group needed to be people with time to devote to its aims and enough expertise to be able to speak persuasively to others about the needs and the suggested projects that the group was funding.
- And in 1995, Calpers was the prime mover in setting up the International Corporate Governance Network, whose institutional members have assets of more than $10,000 billion.
- As mothers, these women, already steeped in music and/or dance are, I have found, the prime movers behind getting their daughters trained in dance.
- Worldwide, patient groups felt they and the media were the prime movers in raising awareness of infections rather than politicians, policymakers or even health professionals.
- But he soon realised that the nation under its Articles of Confederation was not functioning well, so he became a prime mover in the steps leading to the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia in 1787.
- The prime movers are two Berlin-based musician/programmers: cellist Martin Iannaccone and pianist Daniel Almada, who also contribute most of the material.
- The ultimate aim of the project is for residents to be the prime movers in the project.
- And, though she was associated with Hark and Woo as one of the prime movers of the New Wave in Hong Kong filmmaking, her work is distinctively different from theirs in its thematics and stylistics.
- It would build social trust, since young mothers brought together through children's centres are prime movers in local communities.
- It was chaired by former President of the GAA, Peter Quinn, who was one of the prime movers in the development of Croke Park and is someone with a proven successful track record in the world of business.
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