In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Round the world people are just getting on with it, but there will always be the purist styles.
- But that in itself is not the problem, although it may have the more purist fans of the novel grumbling.
- Rao has an inimitable style with the purist in him steadfastly refusing to dilute and encash.
- Her poetry is quite good, she knows, if a bit too popular for literary purists.
- Some purists will insist that blackjack and poker are two entirely different games.
- However, the author is sore that he has been disowned by Marathi literary purists.
- But the food industry would see her as scaremongering, or at least taking a too purist view of modern nutrition.
- A purist and a traditionalist, Gangubai has always believed in the classical tradition of music.
- Those out there who are anti-war for the purist of ideological reasons, I salute.
- However, Asmita has come in for criticism from purists who feel traditional art forms must not be tampered with.
- For all its harshness, Ladakh's is a fragile environment, and purists might balk at the kind of meal my hosts cooked that night.
- It's only a little mark, but its misuse arouses more bad temper among purists than any other punctuation.
- You may be a purist and prefer traditional products from European mills, but today it seems it's all about choice.
- Chai's dish of choice is far from traditional, but he insists that purists are missing out.
- This does defeat the idea that any component can be available to anybody but it is only the technology purists that believe this to be practical.
- How did every one react when you veered away from the purist classical tradition.
- A purist approach to the language of the section, taken as a whole, tends to favour Mr Katkowski's approach.
- Traditional purists will bemoan these suggestions as a dilution of tradition.
- This was the type of fight that boxing fans like and purists of the ignoble art turn their backs on.
- For purists and traditionalists there's only one choice - tried and tested ceramic.
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