In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This second commentary is on al-Samarqandi's famous short work of only 20 pages in which he discusses thirty-five of Euclid's propositions.
- In 1934 Gödel gave a series of lectures at Princeton entitled On undecidable propositions of formal mathematical systems.
- For example, Spinoza's Ethics has the same format as Euclid's Elements, containing propositions and demonstrations.
- Theoretical propositions and recommendations were used in various conditions.
- Book One discusses his laws of motion then proceeds to a series of propositions, theorems and problems.
1.1feminine propuestafeminine proposiciónfeminine ofertaher proposition that we should work together — su propuesta / proposición de trabajar / de que trabajemos juntos
- they made me an attractive proposition concerning the house — me hicieron una oferta interesante por la casa
- Rather than testing the effectiveness of a theory in clinical practice, basic research tests the validity of the propositions of the theory.
- If you are coming to it fresh, take in your proposition and the business plan, and take it from there.
- He goes on to cite a number of experts to support this proposition, including some of the smartest guys in the field of national security and force structure.
- Could the reason perhaps have been that general opinion was very much against the proposition?
- Investing in a club should not be viewed as a business proposition, merely an emotional investment.
- My mother sometimes served my fudge ice cream at her dinner parties, and one of the guests was so impressed she called me the next day - not just to congratulate me, but with a business proposition.
- Our leading article in the same edition condemned the supermarket proposal and suggested that such a proposition would be better suited to a redeveloped Myrtle Walk.
- It's about building a business and a value proposition.
- At the end of the day it is a business proposition for the company.
- Let me be clear: As a business proposition, consolidation makes sense.
- As part of our revised proposition, we are offering to create a new and safer parking area, in line with the surgery's needs.
- The result has been a number of studies that have tested many of his core assumptions and propositions.
- According to the hotel authorities, the pool is a business proposition and a health choice, both of which have become non-negotiable for many a discerning customer.
- Every organization offers a value proposition that says, in effect: We will deliver something of value to you at a specified price.
- The mischievous core of her opinion lies in the proposition that ‘diversity’ is a compelling government interest.
- The authors offer some propositions which I take to be logically flawed.
- Mindful of this caution, it is, nevertheless, possible to advance the following propositions.
- The guy pauses a moment, then grants that this proposition seems doubtful.
- The right proposition offered to well-targeted customers will bring more success.
- Gone are the days of 1999 to 2001 when certain business propositions were funded at valuations based on overoptimistic revenue streams.
- I don't know that it's a slam dunk that this proposition is particularly sound.
- She also approaches businesses with propositions for aid in all forms.
- There is authority for the proposition that a wrong opinion is both unreasonable and capable of constituting a flagrant impropriety.
- He uses his exploration of these long-forgotten characters and their arcane quarrels to advance three propositions.
- Even then, it is not the easiest proposition to grasp.
- You're saying that the leaders of other nations are buyable, and that is not an acceptable proposition.
- Against that, the following propositions can shortly be advanced.
- What I don't understand is, if it is not a viable proposition to expand my business, how come so many new establishments are opening almost daily?
- A magazine is a business proposition, and ads pay for the magazine.
- Now, you know, in my opinion, it's an absurd proposition.
- And he also told an Edinburgh audience that there were immense business propositions if nations were prepared to work together.
- The exhibition aims at popularising horticulture and related activities as viable business propositions.
- As soon as some people view you as successful they offer you one of the dumbest business propositions ever.
- Yet, surprisingly, there is little empirical evidence for this proposition.
- I do not accept the propositions involved in that.
- I have looked at this as a business proposition.
- Without a much more thorough linkage between theory and fact, the book's central historical and theoretical propositions must be viewed as unproven.
- The responses of those 41% are consistent with the central proposition of this article.
- I do not agree with the propositions of the member.
- On my view, to believe something is to hold a proposition in your mind assertively.
1.2(sexual)proposición deshonesta feminine euphemisticinvitación a la cama feminine
- Half those guys are introducing propositions involving bathrooms and back-alleys.
- After winning a local rodeo a college friend of her brother offers her a proposition she can't refuse.
- James watched her leave and thought over the proposition Veronica had offered to him.
- It suddenly occurred to her why Kyle had offered the proposition in the first place.
- Unfortunately Michelle mistakes Jim's fumbling proposal of marriage at a posh restaurant as a sexual proposition.
- Two pages of the book deal with a sexual proposition, including hints at oral sex.
- Today, it seems users barely bat an eye when greeted with propositions for ‘raw’ sex.
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3(prospect)living alone was an inviting proposition — le atraía la idea de vivir solo
- it's not a viable proposition — no es viable
- that's a different proposition — eso ya es otro cantar
1hacerle proposiciones deshonestas a euphemisticinvitar a la cama
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.