In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(style/book) ameno(writing) legible
- Results appear quickly on a clear, readable digital display.
- Several people have written to tell me that these books are readable online.
- At this he looked at his page and noticed all the letters looked perfectly readable now that he knew how to read it.
- Now that I've actually got a readable blog, I need to write something worth reading.
- This short, readable book outlines with exemplary clarity the philosophical terms of the issue.
- Despite these shortcomings, this is an interesting and eminently readable textbook.
- Which is why, no doubt, the most readable biographies have invariably been works of great scholarship as well.
- Hence our preference for brief, readable letters supplemented with pictures and summaries of responses.
- Fakery, fiction and actual recorded history swirl together in this intelligent and readable book.
- My only issue is how to get readable text over the stripes - none of the colours I've tried show up well enough.
- Especially in the text block test, all text was easily readable, even the small white text.
- Nevertheless, this is an informative, readable book which puts piracy in true perspective.
- Thus, every effort will be made to publish timely and highly readable essays.
- They should aim to present short, readable articles in the paper journal.
- Once most books are readable over the Internet, however, what will happen with the form?
- As a result, the text is readable and useful as a source for practitioners as well as teachers and students.
- This would allow an attacker to move from the Web environment to read files readable to the OS.
- The text is eminently readable and supported by detailed citations and a voluminous index.
- As a consequence, the text is more readable than most encyclopedic treatments.
- I have found that even small text is readable without having to put your dial right up to the screen.
- Such casual sketches of the master are also being featured in the immensely readable book.
- This is a well researched, informative and extremely readable book that will make you rage against the system and want to get active.
- I think maybe they scroll slightly every time you wave or something, but they're not as readable as regular text messages.
- Each period is divided into subsections comprising academic yet readable essays.
- You can also use a photocopier to copy print on to a transparency, but remember that you may need to enlarge it to make the text readable.
- Two categories of readable documents were used in the study.
- In addition to copious notes he modernised punctuation and spelling to make a more readable text.
- It's fine for snippets, but such long and interesting articles need more readable text.
- In my fingers, besides the wet muck of packing material was a soppy but readable copy of Tatz's book.
- This erudite yet readable volume admirably meets the high standards set by the new series.
- Version 4 of his site is much more readable because the text doesn't run all over the landscape.
- Can you come out with some easily readable booklets which the young as well as not so young can read with interest?
- Every page is compulsively readable, and usually says something very funny, even if it happens to be wrong.
- The articles are readable and are probably best read individually rather than as a group.
- The text should be as readable as plain text but you should also be able to easily discern linked words.
- This accomplished and supremely readable book commands our sympathy and evokes a regret for what might have been.
- Barring a few spelling mistakes, the book is readable and understandable.
- My own copy, still readable in faded purple, occupies a special place on my office bookshelf.
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.