In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The moment of revelation came in the last two paragraphs.
- Despite revelations of wrongdoing in high places during recent years, Ireland remains a society obsessed with secrecy.
- Some Health Ministry officials were concerned that the revelation of the whole truth would cause panic.
- Chuckling to myself, I awaited the revelation of my secret weapon with anticipation.
- The latest revelations have been followed by verbal protests within the media and political establishment.
- The Prime Minister's revelation of a possible Government ban on public smoking has been welcomed by Swindon health watchdogs.
- She incapacitates him through her revelation of the secret of his birth at a moment when he should have been at his strongest.
- He longs for the revelation of the truths enshrined in the Upanishads.
- Neither Howard nor any Minister had nailed their colours to the mast in a way that would have made revelation of torture stories an embarrassment for them.
- Yet the structure of the novel, the elements of revelation of character and plot, have been rearranged in quite a strange way.
- An attempt at tragedy in the book's last quarter all but tips the book into oblivion with the revelation of a family secret so silly that Sunset Beach would reject it.
- Deterrence's objective is secret, only for domestic consumption, or for later revelation by history.
- The revelation of the secret of incest tears the family and, by analogy, the nation, apart.
- The revelation of the big secret is a bit of a letdown.
- Shock revelations follow as the story unravels, the plot thickens and the audience grows more intrigued.
- And the unintended revelation of that simple truth is probably enough to recommend the film.
- Significantly, the corporate media has all but completely ignored the revelations of wrongdoing by Immigration Canada officials.
- They hardly know each other until the revelation of a secret in their past reunites them again.
- Those in charge obviously feel that the greater risk is the unlawful revelation of trade secrets.
- Fuller doesn't rouse his audiences with smooth patter and startling revelations of abuse he's suffered.
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