In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The folks had to come back today due to unforeseen circumstances.
- There will be unforeseen circumstances; regime change will not be confined to Iraq.
- The event was postponed from this Wednesday night due to unforeseen circumstances.
- There are too many variables and unforeseen circumstances to predict the future with any certainty.
- Nobody ever knows what's round the corner, or when unforeseen circumstances will place a bomb under our finances.
- Include a margin of at least 10% to cover any unforeseen expenses that might arise.
- Currently the scheme is about four weeks behind due to unforeseen problems with the demolition of parts of the former hospital.
- It is unfortunate that although all utilities were consulted at the outset, unforeseen problems were uncovered.
- The Keep Fit classes which were arranged last month were cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.
- One of the unforeseen results of rugby becoming professional is that there is now hardly any of the stuff played in London.
- Our mortgage is about £40,000 and we'd want a cash buffer for unforeseen circumstances.
- Due to unforeseen circumstances the day trip to Birr Castle has been cancelled.
- But such a complicated and difficult process was bound to produce flaws and unforeseen difficulties.
- It is always the unforeseen angle and the unexpected colour that grabs the attention.
- Parts of this site have been closed due to unforeseen circumstances.
- In the event of the cancellation of the competition due to unforeseen circumstances all monies will be refunded.
- Finch is well on his way to the top until some unforeseen circumstances drive a wrench into his works.
- He had stunning screen-printed posters made to attract attention but has encountered an unforeseen problem.
- The Clairvoyant Society has cancelled today's meeting due to unforeseen circumstances.
- It does not matter that they are unusual, unexpected, unforeseen and unforeseeable.
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