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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- The message would be unambiguous, women are incapable of managing seats on their own.
- It is trite law that nothing less than clear, express and unambiguous language is effective to levy a tax.
- When societies tend to get hard on drugs and give a clear and unambiguous message, drug use goes down.
- His clear and unambiguous philosophy was that politics had to do with a contest of ideas.
- Such an intention must be clearly manifested by unmistakable and unambiguous language.
- If Mr Blair has unambiguous evidence, now is the time to share it.
- Our messaging is very clear and unambiguous about what happens at each step of the process.
- The parol evidence rule precludes extrinsic evidence when the document is clear and unambiguous on its face.
- The partners must set out in clear and unambiguous terms the guiding principles of the co-opetition.
- Mr Cook said the Yule River meeting delivered an unambiguous message to the Yamatji members who attended.
- Having said that, I must say that a clear message from unambiguous voices is coming from Pakistan.
- No doubt this, not unambiguous, praise helped his triumphant return.
- None of this evidence was wholly unambiguous, and no intention to attack was ever expressed.
- Add this to the incapacitation benefit, and there is a clear and unambiguous case that locking up criminals is good for the community.
- Boyce's clear demand for this unambiguous statement was transmitted to Goldsmith through the Prime Minister.
- The law should be clear and unambiguous in its opposition to bigotry and prejudice.
- The sessions on the net have been standing room only, and the message is unambiguous.
- That's important, and it should be presented to the people in a clear, unambiguous way.
- Within task sections, offices are arranged in a clear hierarchy with unambiguous chains of command.
- His message was unambiguous in its support for a war before the United States and the world.
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