In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- International tensions meant that she had little contact with Mary of England's work in restoring and redeveloping Catholicism.
- I recycle our garden waste, old clothes and shoes and even the rubble and soil I dug from the garden when I redeveloped it.
- I would like to point out that all the old wood pews were removed when the church was modernised and redeveloped last year.
- We criticized the CIA for not redeveloping these capabilities during the 1990s, so it could penetrate terrorist cells.
- Developers buy old, unused, dilapidated hotels and redevelop them into brand new upscale luxury condos.
- It is redeveloped as a child development centre, where staff from health, social services and education would assess children with learning difficulties.
- Mr Ward believes redeveloping libraries as discovery centres is the way to reverse the decline in visitor numbers.
- It needs only the effort to redevelop it again, and this will be one of the richest countries in the Middle East.
- There's a few changes occurring there, with them getting me more involved with redeveloping the intranet.
- He met members of staff and all those who had been involved in redeveloping the complex.
- The former mill was redeveloped in 1996 for £4 million using Government and local authority money.
- The Yorkshire Post understands the cost of redeveloping the current ground would be in the region of £20m to £25m.
- It is only natural that some racecourses will be investing more heavily in redeveloping facilities than others in 2005.
- Items on the agenda included the results of a feasibility study of redeveloping a ward block and a vision to improve the way the hospital runs.
- Downton residents are up in arms after the firm redeveloping the old tannery erected ‘unsightly’ containers for wheelie bins in front of the historic building.
- That is the way we have operated right from the beginning in redeveloping the stadium.
- Why waste good money redeveloping a stadium no one wants?
- But Morley is understood to be considering redeveloping the space as high-quality office accommodation.
- The Hospice 2000 Appeal aims to raise £2million to redevelop the hospice and extend its services to care for more people.
- I've started to redevelop my addiction to news.
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