In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(hasty)(course of action/remark) precipitado(course of action/remark) irreflexivo
- To be a candidate for possession of integrity the person's choices and evaluations must be her own: her identifications with her desires must be neither subject to unconsidered change nor be distorted or confused.
- As Jo Moore discovered when she e-mailed a colleague suggesting that September 11 was a good time to ‘bury bad news’, an unconsidered thought can easily translate into a national scandal.
- The thing with crime in the real world is most of it's extremely stupid, most of it is unplanned, unconsidered, and not even having a great motivation.
- Mumbai's ordeal-by-deluge holds important caveats for India's dynamic of unconsidered, runaway urbanisation.
- This unconsidered approach is, of course, completely normal in Britain where blowing a trumpet about ourselves, our achievements or our homes is viewed as somehow unhealthy and weird.
- Many senior figures in the SHU and many more at grassroots level feel the ‘Team GB’ proposal was rushed and unconsidered.
- That unconsidered photograph will be your legacy, the only thing your great-grandchildren know of you.
- This is not an unconsidered comment.
- He said at the time that the process it used for selecting films was ‘capricious, shallow, unconsidered and contradictory’.
- The study suggests unconsidered responses could be more important to some voters than a rational study of a candidate's merits.
- Inexperience makes itself obvious through unconsidered and overcompensated design - design that makes up in clutter for what it lacks in compositional sense.
- I have some corkers, but it's often the late, unconsidered letter that makes the reader shout with glee.
- Why not do something about our money, which looks like the most unconsidered piece of design in the Western Hemisphere?
- Asked if she never realised the danger in blindly signing documents, she said: ‘In hindsight now, I do recognise that our actions may seem as if they were unconsidered.’
- These were not unconsidered remarks, as Bellamy repeated the substance of them in a telephone interview with the South African Mail and Guardian.
- In his public discourse nothing that Hickey says is random or unconsidered.
- He had little time for Irish neutrality, describing it as an unconsidered stance that stemmed from the ‘desire to make a virtue out of a lack of necessity’.
- The unconsidered application of a theory based on one case history to another conflict can lead to disaster.
- In effect, Rongomaiwahine and Ngati Hine meet the criteria and should not be prevented from recognition by the exercise of that unjust and unconsidered veto.
- The committee meeting took almost a whole day, which in itself is unusual for virtually one item, and hardly indicative of an unconsidered judgment.
- There remains the question of the unconsidered parts of this appeal.
- SIR - I wonder how many of your readers are aware of a frequently unconsidered risk accompanying the already stressful business of moving house?
- As such, contemporary journalistic criticism provides a resource that has gone largely unconsidered by academic television research in recent decades.
- The claims of ‘the public,’ which underwrites federally funded research and pays academic salaries through taxes and tuition, remain unconsidered.
- British foreign policy - especially in the Middle East - cannot be left unconsidered as a factor in the motivations of criminal radical extremists.
- This result was somewhat hard to interpret, as no explicit phylogenetic hypothesis was made, and the effect of phylogeny on, among other things, the independence of comparisons went unconsidered.
- Babbin's revelation raises heretofore unconsidered aspects of the issue, and for that reason I flag it here.
- While computer modeling of DNA sequence evolution also offers the ability to test the limits of statistical tools, untested assumptions and unconsidered processes are not included.
- The accelerating course of this patient's hypoxemic respiratory failure despite therapy suggests the likelihood of either an unconsidered or discarded diagnosis, or the presence of a second process superimposed on the first.
- These suggestions were just relatively unconsidered dictum - discussions of matters that really weren't at issue in the case - and are likely to be seen by the Court as having only modest precedential effect.
- This paper looks at the previously unconsidered racial stereotype of whiteface utilized by Anglo Americans in the middle of the nineteenth century to distance their working-class from those of the newly arrived immigrant Irish.
- This week's Classic trials will no doubt throw up one or two previously unconsidered names but we've decided to highlight four horses which could take high-rank in the Classic pecking order as the season progresses.
- If that story conflicts with your present view of your life, that's valuable: there may be an insight, an unconsidered possibility, a fresh perspective.
- At a deeper level the book works to stimulate a questioning of our basic, often unconsidered, assumptions about what we do and why we do it when we attempt to practice psychotherapy.
- The main point of a Smart Person Book is to draw the reader's attention to otherwise unconsidered details of the phenomenon in question, or to point out odd parallels between different manifestations.
- The genetic contributions of his mother, Mary Anne Wallace, to Wallace's independence, spiritual qualities, and kindness are unsuspected, unconsidered, and unknown.
- The only power source yet unconsidered, and the one that is unjustly vilified in the court of public opinion, is nuclear power.
- Midelfort shows that Weyer's ideas on witchcraft, which forced jurists to begin considering medical testimony in such cases, had a broader, hitherto unconsidered, impact on the law.
- The thought, previously unconsidered, brings a laugh from the big, affable Sixmilebridgeman.
- For example, this safe space of the convent offers a myriad of previously unconsidered possibilities to Theresa in Gish Jen's novel, Typical American.
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