In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The nurse replied, flipping through some paperwork and scribbling in that unreadable language of health care providers.
- First, they began to lecture about, and write about, stuff that everyone else found pretty much unreadable and dead boring.
- An unreadable scrawl that took hours to decipher.
- So why was I reading Kristof if I've already said he's unreadable?
- Physicians are often accused of having unreadable handwriting.
- The door was open, there were some books pilled up in his desk, along with messy papers filled with unreadable handwriting.
- One is that no matter what the book is, no matter how dumb or bad or painful or unreadable it may seem to you, there is going to be someone out there who will like it and get pleasure from it, and you need to respect that.
- If you haven't learnt the craft and you produce a lot of unreadable garbage then people won't read you.
- It seems odd that a poet so keen - perhaps even desperate - to reach across time, to provide us with such realism, should do so by writing wilfully unreadable poems.
- In fact, the entire story was disjointed and unreadable.
- But the Aston has its own annoying points, like the pretentiously styled dashboard on which the buttons are fiddly and the digital displays are unreadable in direct sunlight.
- Among the 20th century authors whose works I find mostly unreadable are two who inspire many people with a devotion and respect which are, to me, quite inexplicable.
- Handwritten communications that are unreadable are annoying and worthless.
- The man held up his warrant card, even though the laser reflections from shiny clear plastic made it quite unreadable.
- It is widely agreed in publishing circles (on the basis of countless years of experience) that many of these manuscripts will be unreadable, unpublishable junk.
- Her handwriting is chicken scratches, illegible and unreadable.
- Although the young invited audience had been given a copy of the constitution, a large majority confessed that it was unreadable and incomprehensible.
- Teesside Magistrates Court was told that trading standards officials also found foods whose use-by dates were either unreadable or non-existent.
- The type on the map I was using was completely unreadable, and forced me to do the unthinkable: pull over at a gas station and ask for directions!
- These problems do not make African Rock Art unreadable, however, and the writing is clear enough for nonspecialists to understand.
- Some retailers have only grudgingly implemented it, in some cases by using a typeface which is small enough to be unreadable.
- He accessed the file - unreadable junk, nothing but hieroglyphics and squiggles on the screen.
- I found it by turns, unreadable, incoherent, breathtakingly dull, or positively disturbing.
- In fact there are very good reasons why unread - or more or less unreadable - art critics continue to write regular columns for reputable newspapers.
- But it's the language I never found out how to read… it's… unreadable to me.
- Other contributors have written in such a boring way that their work is virtually unreadable.
- … Journalism is unreadable and literature is not read.
- The pages were scrawled with unreadable shorthand, quotes he would later unsuccessfully attempt to decipher, let alone match to any of the news stories he was supposed to be working on.
- That novel, about two competing writers, one a vacuous success, the other a brilliant but unreadable failure, has a lot to say about the literary life, both the successful and unsuccessful kind.
- Some heralded his Soul Mountain as a great novel, but others found it unreadable.
- Despite the fact that it contains some interesting arguments about theatre's role in a society driven mad by the pursuit of wealth and power, it is, unfortunately, almost unreadable.
- The man is so full of hatred, vitriol and self-loathing that it is all beginning to seep into his columns so much that they have become almost unreadable.
- He has served papers upon the Crown in which his address has been either obscured or certainly made unreadable.
- I find Woodward's breathless you-are-there insider accounts written in his trademark leaden prose to be virtually unreadable.
- His attention caught by the news, Skylar glanced up from his unreadable handwriting and stared at the front of the classroom, knowing who would be standing half hidden behind the teacher.
- It's not that hard to make money - and it is worth it if it frees you from a poisonous environment which is turning your output into unreadable junk which has no value.
- Trouble was, the bulk of the collection was unreadable: blackened, scorched and damaged, ancient treasures beyond the reach of human eyes.
- Scribbling an unreadable note that I attach to the fridge, I glance about for my wrist guards.
- You have no doubt seen people whose signatures are nothing more than scribbles, yet even those unreadable scratch marks are valid.
- With the gutter, I feel at least it has a usefulness even at its lowest level, at least it's entertaining; at its lowest level, literary stuff is unreadable.
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