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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- Most of the time these family photos and snapshots end up in an album, and occasionally, if they're really good, as a framed print.
- Since he didn't own a scanner, he'd tape photographs on the wall and use his Sony video camera to take snapshots of them.
- Demonstrators yesterday testified as to how impossible it would have been to count the numbers remotely accurately from aerial snapshots or crowd flows past certain points.
- More than a few handhelds also offer a built-in digital camera for taking snapshots and video sequences.
- His photographs often include other pictures, for example family snapshots propped on a table or loose prints gathered in a box.
- But stars do not lend themselves to snapshots: point a camera skyward and push a shutter, and the film will record nothing.
- She pulled out her camera and took several snapshots of it as she approached.
- If you just want a standard, entry level digital camera for family snapshots and auction photos, then a point and shoot digital camera is a budget conscious choice.
- Anyone who has attended one of my field landscape workshops knows that I divide photographic opportunities into three categories - snapshots, postcards and images.
- This week's photo collection features a few snapshots from a recent family reunion involving six of my mother's nine brothers and sisters and all their children and all their children's children.
- The final alcove was jam-packed with works that add travel snapshots and promotional photographs, either enlarged or regular size, to the dizzying mix.
- I had a camera for snapshots, just the same as everyone else, and that was what I took - happy snaps!
- The formal Victorian portrait gave way to the informal snapshot, and now to the intimacy of the phonecam and picture message.
- The only danger that they present to security is the occasional tourist snapshot inside a heavily surveillanced area.
- The thing looked most definitely out of place, so I had to take a snapshot with the camera phone that one of my mates has handed down to me just recently.
- The canvas has often been compared to a snapshot, but to Sussman it looked more like a painted film still, art's first cinéma vérité moment.
- He was no stranger to the camera: in 1895 he began to use a simple Kodak camera to take snapshots of friends and family to serve in preparing his small interior paintings.
- Keeping a wish list, along with room measurements and even snapshots of the spaces where pieces will go, can ward off sensory overload and keep your collecting on track, she advises.
- Images of text, postmarks, snapshots and family photographs are fragments in a non-linear narrative.
- If you are thinking of only using your camera to exchange snapshots with your friends, you do not need to spend a lot for the camera.
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.