In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The following is a raw and real account of the court room proceedings, unedited for final publication.
- It was a perverse choice considering most radio stations would be unable to broadcast the unedited album version.
- So the blogs provide a chance to see thought evolve in complete, unedited sentences over days, weeks, months.
- It was anarchic, with news and footage pouring in unedited.
- His personal diary is where you would really get the unedited Grant.
- The interview with the maestro is long-winded and unedited, as he rambles on about everything from his directorial technique to his upbringing.
- It was bad enough that Buffy went out at 6.45 pm, but at least BBC Two now gave it a late-night repeat that was supposedly unedited.
- After witnessing the debate about the tape's authenticity he asked to see the unedited version.
- When living in Algeria, I listened to his religious broadcasts in Arabic - uncensored and unedited to appease western liberals.
- A splendid new DVD edition of the ‘Future’ trilogy provides access to the unedited films.
- As with my other notes, they're unedited and taken in the heat of battle.
- They begin to give me a one-on-one live and unedited version of ‘Let's Get Married’.
- For the moment, the Pentagon is refusing to release the unedited videotaping of Lynch's rescue.
- And is ABC crossing the line in choosing to broadcast a graphic, unedited war movie in prime time?
- Many editors, of course, are skittish about the idea of unedited items going live on employee blogs.
- First, it brings the uncut and unedited horror home to people around the world who might otherwise shrug their shoulders.
- Weblogs are web pages which provide unedited, highly opinionated personal commentary.
- It was before the watershed though - maybe the unedited version was on later.
- Real time news is immediate and relatively unedited (which is why it's so often wrong).
- I should also point out that it appears that the book is unedited as there are many typos throughout the text, though this may be the typist's fault, I don't know.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.