In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It alternates the physical thrills of a long, bouncy roller coaster ride with the restorative pleasure of getting drenched on a melting hot day.
- Simple displays that emphasise the activities of the household, such as an armoire stacked with an assortment of crockery, can be used to provide a restorative background.
- Thus rampant national inflation generates uncompetitive firms, lost export and home markets, trade deficits and an eventual restorative plunge in the currency.
- Many of the promises wilderness recreation offered in the interwar years remained - challenge, restorative experience, and retreat from modernity.
- Soon Qing hears of a mysterious chef from the mainland whose recipes are said to have remarkable restorative powers.
- Curated by John Beardsley, it took the garden as a model for public art and presented work that focused on the restorative properties of nature and the region's garden tradition.
- Initially, Shenandoah supporters emphasized the scenic and primeval qualities of the park along with its recreational and restorative potential.
- The restorative properties of the peppermint and spearmint plant specifically, have fascinated herbalists and repelled insects for thousands of years.
- They are believed to be the last remaining early 20 th-century Tennessee mountain resort buildings and are in danger of literally crumbling without restorative action.
- Using the excuse that some delayed tribute must be collected, Claudius decides to send the crazed Prince on a restorative sea journey to England.
- All the visible new and restorative work - to both the tensile structure and the landscape - honours and generously contributes to the original structure of the Kings Domain parklands.
- Nevertheless, many environmentalists remain concerned that any talk of restorative grazing is merely an environmental smokescreen that lets ranchers continue to devastate the land.
- She believed firmly in the restorative powers of fresh air.
- Anest was awakened from the deep, dream-filled, restorative sleep of the travel-weary by an annoying, persistent knocking at the door.
- The less we spend on conspicuous consumption goods, the better we can afford to alleviate congestion; and the more time we can devote to family and friends, to exercise, sleep, travel, and other restorative activities.
- There obviously was some damage which occurred by the excavating and building trade vehicles before this project was completed and which would necessitate some restorative landscaping which had nothing to do with the septic system.
- His technique makes it plain that there is no turning back to smooth-edged lyricism as it opens up a field where something in the utopian vision might provide a metaphor for some kind of restorative force.
- The extensive range of services are inspired by restorative treatments, holistic therapies, healing rituals, organic products and native remedies found in Baja and around the world.
- On the positive side, Yuji begins to connect spiritually to Mamoru's father: the two men find restorative peace in one another.
- Her frantic parents, after finding no restorative medical treatment in Moscow, sent her to Europe to consult various doctors.
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