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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- Genes are not puppet masters, nor blueprints.
- Note that we don't intend to elect the puppet-masters themselves, they're not popular.
- Those are the puppet masters, my friend.
- Presumably, imminently, the next step will be the eradication of the old Abbey name to be replaced by that of their Spanish buyout puppetmasters.
- The film climaxes with the arrival of the alien puppet-master that's behind the whole plot.
- You're a machine to be commanded by your puppet masters in the military-industrial complex.
- Yet everyone knows the G8 is just a photo-call by the puppets, not a meeting of the puppet-masters.
- We expose the puppetmasters, and their policies, behind this paradoxical mass addiction to something nearly everyone hates.
- Robertson, soulless puppetmaster that he is, says that the plans are just games.
- It certainly does not hand the country over wholesale to Bush's puppet masters.
- But the real puppetmaster in the Railtrack scandal is the Chancellor himself, both through Vadera and his direct instructions and consultations.
- Putin still controls the strings and Medvedev can only become the puppetmaster if he cuts them.
- The ultimate puppet master is finally revealed in the refugee affair, their script being followed to the letter by all players.
- Flamboyant and witty, he relishes his role as a behind-the-scenes puppet master.
- The puppet masters appear to hope that the Government of India will wilt under terrorist pressure.
- At the behest of their US puppet-masters, the newly elected Iraqi government had Al Jazeera temporarily thrown out of the country.
- Doing the adaptation, of course, it was clear that Waugh was a pretty cruel puppet master with his characters.
- During those turbulent years, some politicians and their henchmen were the puppet masters.
- You'll need something better than insisting that I or my hypothetical puppetmasters have something to gain from the status quo to argue your point.
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