In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- From this, I envisage subclasses for static text and dynamically-generated text.
- The class includes a subclass whose members have claims or defences that raise common issues not shared by all class members.
- But as a fairly homogenized subclass of workers, the Mexican Indians are readily marginalized.
- Intellectual leftism is grounded in elitism, the idea that a certain subclass of individuals has a vastly superior understanding of how the world ‘really’ works.
- The system Merken developed with Beecher finds and separates the 18 most common food flavonoids, representing all 5 subclasses.
- Most patents also are assigned a subclass and are given more than one class and subclass.
- This percentage was rather variable in proteins that belonged to different secondary structure subclasses.
- Equality does not mean equal representation by every subclass or subgroup.
- Though a low-fat, high-carbohydrate diet may be appropriate for the patient with LDL subclass B, those who present with subclass A do not receive the same benefit and may actually increase their CVD risk.
- I am a member of a entire subclass of not-so-young-anymore men, living in large cities, who are precariously close to being worrisome bachelors, problem sons, borderline lost causes.
- You might define a more-general class polygon, which would have triangle as a subclass, along with other subclasses such as quadrilateral, pentagon and hexagon.
- Any program of restitution, however, contemplates the use of tax dollars to benefit some subclass of the population at the expense of everyone else.
- Programmers, the technologically innovative subclass of the creative, theoretically have it better: information technology remains a seller's market, with companies reporting an ongoing recruiting shortfall for IT new hires.
- Although the 33-year-old artist and songwriter Harvey is no fan of the present system of artist subsidies, she does think that GATS will kill off an already poor subclass.
- My final thoughts on these backformations is that there is an even more special subclass of them: those whose source verb is transitive.
- The last structural-functional subclass contains sites which share a common amino acid function or type and represent long-range interactions.
- These people are victims of a disaster and they have been ignored or treated like criminals, or - worse still - a subclass of citizens.
- The Pintupi were also a subclass amongst the Aboriginal population, and suffered discrimination from other language groups who were more acclimatised to European cultural values.
- He said that as the phenomenon of poverty takes root in ethnic minority communities, they drift away from the social strata to which their members belonged and begin to form a new, ethnic subclass.
- Such sources are believed to be either quark stars or neutron stars, and a subclass of these are already observed by conventional means as pulsars or X-ray emitting celestial objects.
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.