In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I figure we probably have twelve or thirteen years left to go.
- Of the thirteen contestants, seven were chosen for a question and answer round.
- Chapter thirteen covers the various options available for mounting your photos.
- The 1790 census reported about half a million people living west of the original thirteen states.
- I fought in the great battles that swept over our land thirteen years ago, and lived to tell the tale.
- I kneaded for eight minutes and my wife took over for the last thirteen.
- It's something like twelve or thirteen years since I last had a stream of colds like this and I've been relatively free of them since.
- I walked into the room and was greeted by about twelve or thirteen little sophomores.
- Seven of the thirteen case studies are included in the abridged version.
- Twelve of the thirteen disciplined workers were important union officials or representatives.
- For eight months I've been following a sensible diet that's resulted in my losing thirteen pounds.
- Normally it takes twelve to thirteen months for him to instill a solid reining education on a horse, from start to finish.
- Eleven high officials in thirteen universities were ejected from office.
- The hills are rolling out in front of her and there are thirteen miles to cover before she will tell her story again.
- They shared the joy and burden of editing for the next thirteen years, the longest period of any coeditorship in the journal's existence.
- The walk was thirteen miles long and nearly one hundred people participated and completed.
- Of the authors of the thirteen articles, seven were academics and six non-academics.
- Previously they have been ranked as the most intense set of examinations in the world, with a maximum of thirteen exams in seven days.
- Six more jobs were to come, spread over the next thirteen years, but they were of a different character.
- He had spent the last thirteen years of his life in Ireland, mostly in County Galway, and at least some of the time in Carna.
1(invariable adjective) trece
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