In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The more I think about it, the more it strikes me that the summit amounts to an opportunity to straighten out some key sticking points.
- This time the environment is shaping up as a key sticking point, due to concerns that some nations may use it as a protectionist measure.
- They're still incredibly big and when it goes to public consultation they are going to be the sticking points.
- The prisoners have become a major sticking point to progress on the US-backed road map peace plan.
- Inside, diplomats said a failure to resolve sticking points before the six-day talks end today would jeopardise the chances of a deal next year freeing up global business in farm and industrial goods and services.
- The new draft constitution was reportedly finished just before the deadline, but all parties must now resolve their sticking points within the next three days.
- Two key sticking points remain: Voting rights and the size and composition of the European Commission.
- However, a few key sticking points remain, including a condition that the developer maintain public facilities until the final stage of the development.
- But two key sticking points remained: the power to proscribe associations and the reversed onus of proof.
- The major sticking points remain the same: budget authority for the newly create post of national intelligence director and immigration reform.
- While the sticking points remain the immigration concerns, as well as chain of command concerns, we're told that discussions are continuing to center now on the chain of command issues.
- Labour's favoured party is the Greens, but that free trade agreement with China is a sticking point.
- The key sticking points are still agriculture and the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
- Despite sticking points, the talks did seemed to be progressing.
- Today in court after the attorneys on both sides hammered out some of the last-minute issue sticking points late last night into this morning and into this afternoon, they finally were able to reach a settlement.
- It affords a temporary sticking point in the forward progress of evolution…
- Every country has parties opposed to greater European integration, or nationalist sticking points which stand in the way of ratification - and one of them is almost certain to win some time.
- This rule will actually be a sticking point in the negotiation of the next collective agreement leading to a lockout.
- Progress toward a truce was slowed by many minor sticking points.
- Start the advanced routine only when you hit a sticking point in your general progress.
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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.