In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1de interés actualde actualidadhighly topical — de palpitante actualidad
- He is a frequent contributor to leading newspapers on subjects of topical interest.
- School can help prepare children for this adult world, by encouraging them to discuss social and political affairs, and introducing topical issues during lessons.
- Other topical issues got the panel debating the grey areas of liberalism, such as the contradictions in banning fox hunting and smoking in public places.
- She will focus on exploring topical issues ranging from social and personal ones to world politics.
- You can get latest news, comment pieces on topical issues, a list of events, and lots of statistics on the region.
- That requires programmes which are topical, engaging and relevant, as the best of current affairs has always been.
- Our programming is about subjects that are topical and relevant to us in our current lives.
- The key problem is that the burden of proof, or demand for evidence, may vary according to a policy's perceived fit with the prevailing collective world views about issues of popular topical interest.
- The suffering of humanity in war, a very topical issue at the moment, is the theme of one of the books chosen by Castlebar Book club for April.
- Of course it's only topical to current events in my and my family's life but I believe you should take these things one step at a time.
- As contributions to this section, the Editors welcome comment and debate on topical issues or on recent articles or reviews appearing in the journal.
- The flagship daily news and current affairs programme Kildare Today will deal with topical issues and provide a forum for listeners to air their views.
- So you could see that they really wanted to focus these things on topical issues and really drill them home.
- It deals with a very topical subject, Anglo-American relations, set at a time during the American War of Independence.
- They usually have a few guests and discuss topical issues, usually of interest to men.
- This new programme will deal with topical issues and news stories of the day and provide a platform for listeners' views.
- About 250 students from Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are expected to attend the December 14 event, which will cover a number of topical issues.
- To make the event more meaningful, seminars on topical interest have also been scheduled.
- Official spokespeople were initially hostile, but have now taken the smart public relations step of cautiously complimenting the duo for raising topical issues.
- Should it end the practice of open questioning of ministers on topical issues?
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