In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- This 136-page reproducible spiral-bound book is designed to be used without outside instruction.
- ‘Skating Dreams’ actually started out in a spiral-bound notebook that I started writing in during my summer job at the local Hospital.
- He went to write a book, and dutifully kept a diary in spiral-bound notebooks that eventually formed Down to This.
- The Web version replaces the 104-page, spiral-bound sourcebook originally created to assist media reporters in identifying university specialists.
- The two of us sat down that night at Mic's coffee table with a spiral-bound notebook, a few bags of chips and a pitcher of iced tea to work out the ideas and parameters for E10.
- One could imagine friends sitting around with stacks of spiral-bound notebooks charting the dynasties of game pieces, but alas, the game just was not involved enough to warrant that kind of attention.
- The single-sheet map continued to be produced, but it was also cut into 60 small rectangular segments and assembled into a spiral-bound pocketbook.
- All these ethnic groups are still to be found in Hawaii and most (not the Puerto Ricans) have their own array of grocery stores, bakeries, restaurants, and spiral-bound cookbooks.
- It publishes information at several levels, from the comprehensive Manual of Standard Practice to the Ready Reference Reinforcing Steel Resource Guide, a very handy spiral-bound book.
- I found her wonderful self-published, spiral-bound book of 75 recipes like a voyage through Kyrgyzstan in the Tien Shen mountains.
- The red box it came in stands out on the shelf; the cover typography is distinctive and the spiral-bound book itself, with its luminous green pages, is a visual treat.
- My black spiral-bound book is a dead give away in this fishing village.
- This oversized spiral-bound book of more than 200 pages includes all the phonics from grades K to 2 of the full McRuffy curriculum.
- Red with fury, the sweet little Kenny picked up his scattered books and was looking for his orange spiral-bound notebook frantically.
- So when I got home I typed up the first five sections of this report, then dug up an old spiral-bound notebook and scrawled the word ‘OBSERVATIONS’ on the first page.
- He keeps large, spiral-bound sketchbooks in which he routinely draws new shapes in small-format compositions, some of which may later serve as points of reference for paintings in progress.
- Now, however, I'm slowly starting to appreciate the luxury of seeing ideas through from beginning to end - from scrawls on a spiral-bound notepad to, eventually, a complete website.
- The religion has its own literature, of course, consisting of several spiral-bound books containing information from Sylvia and her ‘spirit guides.’
- Initially the company simply wanted to build consumer awareness for its new spiral-bound books, which have a distinctly different look and feel from the trademark product.
- Another priceless treasure I inherited was a spiral-bound book called Grandmother Remembers.
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.