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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- Spontaneous, full of life, and unbound by the conventional mores and laws of society, Carmen embodies the heroic defiance of free spirit, desire, and natural instinct over the social rules governing modernity.
- It seems truly frustrating to be suspended between the rhetorical promises of two equally undesirable futures: one of unbound connectivity and file sharing, the other of nothing but commercial trademarks and legal binding.
- The Immaculate Conception fits in here; it makes Mary's ‘yes’ as free, as unbound by the tendency to sin, as Eve's ‘no’ was.
- Art builds upon and reinvests itself, with ever more possibility and potential, unbound and unscathed by fanatical historicities and narrow idolizations.
- A warm emancipatory joy welled up inside me; unbound from ancient strictures, I could once again focus on the adventure ahead.
- He would trump his father's cautious internationalism with a new, more aggressive America, unbound and unshackled.
- The exhibition conveys the joy of the artist in the creation unbound by place or time, stemming ‘from the well-spring of the heart’ and its unlimited possibilities.
- Congress consequently emerged from the Great Depression and from World War II essentially unbound by the old constraints of federalism.
- Contrary to the theories of the posthumanist discourse, Richard argues that knowledge is not reducible to information that can travel anywhere unbound to a material context.
- He is a confused little boy, fluctuating between suppressed anger and this unbound love he wants to share, but is afraid to.
- I couldn't get the knot unbound and then I just - I picked her up and I just screamed, the kind of scream you scream in a dream when you - you're trying to speak, but you can't.
- That feeling himself fleetingly unbound only when eating, drinking, procreating, in his dwelling and dressing-up, man erects means into sole and ultimate ends.
- Had the exhibit already begun, unbound by the walls supposedly housing it?
- There is an unorthodoxy to this skinny Northern Irishman, a feeling of a spirit unbound, and how Tony Mowbray must wish the player was accomplished enough to provide a more enduring influence.
- It's refreshing to watch a band so completely unbound by such conventions, and to know that the cultural tapestry that is New York has finally produced a band which reflects that.
- America was unbound and, at least in relative terms, unburdened.
- Each was also to imagine itself unbound by convention or costs, beats or bosses.
- There is no denying that Jackson, half in shadow,, half in light, her unbound hair appearing as a delicate tracery of light itself around her face, serves as a fitting frontispiece for the catalog.
- Thus Sun, heretofore a symbol of capitalism unbound, has opened its Solaris operating system in hopes that wider use will stimulate demand for Sun hardware and consulting services.
- Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut and The Shining, similarly, both play upon the idea of a controlling elite of sadists who impose one reality on us, while frolicking in a zone of radically unbound libido themselves.
- ‘I have piles and piles of unbound books, and I just look at them and think, I'm never going to finish,’ he admits with a chuckle.
- Cave Birds was first presented to the world in print in a limited edition of 125 unbound books published by the Scolar Press in 1975.
- However, until and unless they are successful, our street-level distribution will be unbound.
- It was 48 pages long, it was unillustrated and was printed, unbound, on cheap paper.
- In his will, Michele d' Alessio stipulated that any unbound volumes should be bound, and that each book should be annotated on its flyleaf with his name as donor.
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