In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1he was an unknowing accomplice — era cómplice sin saberlo
- meanwhile she, all unknowing, was awaiting ... — mientras tanto ella, sin saber nada / sin tener conciencia de lo que pasaba, esperaba ...
- The play concerns the unknowing inheritance of a fatal sexually transmitted disease by the artist son of an outwardly respectable father, who has died by the time the play begins.
- To the unknowing bystander it must have looked as if we were 3 youths who had robbed the car and were on a malicious ‘joyride’ around town bent on defacing it as if we were in a Demolition Derby.
- May I commend you brother, for the unspeakable truths you have revealed to the average unknowing Canadian.
- Others ask whether it is not already happening again, before our unknowing eyes because we do not yet know the right questions to ask.
- When he first went to Munster he was considered a journeyman by unknowing supporters, but he has become infinitely more than that.
- I don't think I look pregnant to the unknowing eye (like I've always had this little paunch), but to those who do know it's there, it's really there.
- Pursued across the continent by her domineering mother and agent, she hitches a ride with an unknowing gang of holidaymakers.
- The thought of our two innocent, unknowing birds having their wings clipped and being put behind a high fence was disturbing.
- But the tactic can expose individuals who may be unknowing accomplices, as an Irish woman discovered 15 years ago.
- A problem that any composition teacher will be aware of is unknowing imitation.
- And at the same time it doesn't tell us much about Herb Alpert except that his Tijuana Brass were the kind of slick studio boys who could play behind anything - even in their virtual, unknowing sleep!
- To the unknowing wanderer, the setup could easily pass as a record store, complete with listening stations, loads of records, CDs and merchandise.
- Some of the most successful moments of the project therefore were the spontaneous reactions and participation from the unknowing public, and the happenings that characterise this particular city block.
- Here we have the heart of the fallacy, or rather an unknowing dissection of the fallacy by one of its authors.
- The goal is to cause the unknowing victim to lose his teeth as if the result of natural causes.
- At the centre of the plot is Rosalind who, dressed as a young man, teaches her unknowing suitor Orlando the surest way to win a woman's heart.
- Even worse for many family members is the feeling that they acted as unknowing accomplices to the U.S. government.
- For the unknowing reader, where is Chaco in comparison to Aztec in comparison to Paquimé?
- Unfortunately, it is difficult to know exactly how widespread the problem is because many infected bottles are consumed by unknowing drinkers who blame the off taste on the wine itself.
- Faced with this depressing reality, a resentment is born and carefully nourished against the unknowing spouse for his failure to make frequent declarations of his appreciation and regard.
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