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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- In a brief but succinct manner the chapter deals with the different joints separately in each disease.
- A senior business analyst at a multinational has the most succinct summary of possible remedies.
- Her crisp and succinct discussion of dowry is sure to remain the classic analysis of this subject.
- There aren't many movie directors prepared to offer succinct class-war summaries in an interview.
- I relied on the contents of this letter as a succinct summary of the law.
- The text fields are clearly separated and succinct, and keep the reader interested.
- These law professors can be succinct, not to say gnomic, not to say utterly obscure.
- Stating a problem in a succinct and crisp manner tends to invite a simple elegant solution.
- He also squeezes in a succinct outline of the social and economic histories of both countries in the periods covered.
- The final, and perhaps most demanding, challenge will be to craft a clear and succinct message out of what will be a complex summit process.
- It was short and succinct: good food, good value, but all the ambience of an aircraft hangar.
- Instead it is short and succinct and defiantly lays the blame squarely on everyone else.
- Further, the dietetic text provided the model for the early written recipes, typically succinct and summary.
- It was a very, with respect, succinct and brief direction given by the trial judge on the point, but we say there was no error in it.
- Each module offers a succinct summary to highlight the message given.
- Diagrams provide succinct summaries of the chapter content, and the index is easy to use.
- The prayer is unusually succinct: it summarizes several of the distinctive themes of the teaching of Jesus.
- His campaign summaries and election analysis have been succinct and informative.
- The content itself ranges in nature so greatly from chapter to chapter that no succinct description seems possible.
- Not the most eloquent of summaries but succinct if nothing else.
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