In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- You yourself will certainly feel the rhythm, slack or strong, high or low, taut or loose.
- All of the dancers created amazing syncopated rhythms through just small movements of their feet, never losing a beat.
- It took him awhile to get back to sleep, but finally he did, and I watched him, listening to the strong rhythm of his heart.
- Similarly, the most soothing music usually beats at about 70 to 80 tones per minute, which resembles the natural rhythm of a heartbeat.
- No little heart has beat so strong a rhythm into us.
- The repetition of the sounds in the carpenter school becomes a natural background rhythm.
- On TV medical dramas, the clichéd sighs of relief come when the patient's heartbeat settles into a strong, regular rhythm.
- As a result, your stroke will be shorter, your rhythm will be off and you'll probably swim slower than you're capable of doing.
- The measured rhythm of their hoofs gave point to her words.
- I love the rhythm of the movement and the fact that you don't need to think - it frees your thoughts.
- The most common causes include thickening of heart muscle and irregularities of the electrical impulses that control the natural rhythm of the heart.
- I was drawn deeper into sleep as I listened to Mother's sweet song with the natural beat and rhythm of the sea accompanying her.
- Their sneakers pounded out a staccato rhythm at a pace so fast that ‘Lord of the Dance’'s Michael Flatley would be envious.
- Peripheral pulses (radial and femoral) also should be measured for rate and rhythm and to rule out coarctation of the aorta.
- The laughter behind me faded, then ceased altogether, and I collapsed to the ground, my breath slowly returning to its natural rhythm.
- I also have to acknowledge the influence that music has on my work as it contributes to the studio atmosphere and establishes the rhythm for making art.
- To understand the power of rhythm, jump in and hang on if you're lucky enough to be able to ski for even a short distance behind a better skier.
- There is a retinal torquing of the field color that is pushed further by the interlocking order of the columns, which establishes a sequential rhythm or pulse.
- She found herself making up a song, to the slow rhythm of his regular breathing, to the tune of her thoughts.
- There was a flow and rhythm to the Hockeyroos performance - especially in the first half - which the Black Sticks couldn't match.
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.