In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Tradition too is an important element, more so when one scrutinises the fundamentals of the game.
- Another board of officers then scrutinises them and the divisional commander sends it up.
- Farms nearer to streams are expected to be more closely scrutinized by regulators and, thus, under greater pressure to adopt BMPs.
- This 25-minute piece closely examines, almost scrutinizes, a key scene from the film - the scene I mentioned earlier where Jake outlines the plan to his gang.
- Every student dollar spent will be closely scrutinised to ensure that students are getting the best value for money and no money is wasted on frivolous exec pet projects.
- He spent much of 1899, when he was 32, steeping himself in the literature of aeronautics; he scrutinised the flight patterns of hawks, buzzards and pigeons; he assembled and flew kites.
- Researchers are scrutinizing the effects of different winter weight gains on meat quality to determine exactly how much gain is really optimal.
- As a result of being scrutinised closely by public authorities at every stage, its final form was the outcome of a number of compromises.
- In a similar way, Botha's use of materials coupled with a technical and formal capability allow him to probe and scrutinize issues inaccessible to those with less ability.
- They stare out at us as though it is they who are the audience and we who are being scrutinised - and found wanting.
- ‘The more we scrutinised traditional studio values, the more they resonated,’ says Thompson.
- Tooth-brushes are scrutinised for fear that the bristles came from the loathsome pig.
- Her copper studies include unique investigations in which she has scrutinized the effects of very low and very high intakes to find out what's safe for us - and what likely isn't.
- Therefore, the Legislative branch checks and scrutinises the work done by the Executive branch.
- Kyd's drama thoroughly scrutinizes the pros and cons of revenge, both public and private, as it was denounced and in some cases excused by Christianity.
- The scan was scrutinized by a specialist in adult cardiology, who discovered a small hole in the infant's heart.
- Analysts in Europe scrutinize the NZ example as they draft proposed reforms to the EU's Common Agricultural Policy.
- Most typically, Sherman has been compared to a child who enacts different roles, but she introduces the sharp critical adult gaze that scrutinises the changing face of the human condition.
- With a 30-second spot during tonight's Academy Awards ceremony valued at up to $2.1 million, advertisers will closely scrutinise the television coverage generated by the event.
- All submitted data were carefully scrutinized and checked for completeness.
- In this tight economy, the public scrutinizes art purchases more closely than ever.
- Entering Indigo, I was greeted by the sight of many twenty-somethings' faces either glancing casually at me, or, like several, scrutinising me all the way to the seat I took at one of the tables.
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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.