In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Now that they have lost that argument, they have moved on to unsubstantiated claims of financial ruin for pubs.
- With the flamboyant, unsubstantiated claims come exaggerated insults directed at anyone who criticises or questions his work.
- Complaints revolved around the completely unsubstantiated claims of 70 per cent absorption.
- Educational personnel were the single most likely group to make unsubstantiated claims of child abuse.
- Last month he was given leave by a court in California to sue the Illinois-based lawyer of a woman who made unsubstantiated rape claims against him.
- The US government has placed blame on the magazine for printing an unsubstantiated and uncorroborated story of this magnitude.
- Such outlandish and unsubstantiated claims should provoke skepticism in all but the most gullible.
- People in the public eye, he says, are never allowed to forget even unsubstantiated claims of wrong-doing.
- They argued his claim was unsubstantiated and, even if true, had been calculated incorrectly.
- The Web site is filled with extraordinary but unsubstantiated claims regarding their cipher.
- This article is loaded with ex cathedra statements, unsubstantiated claims, and inaccuracies.
- Indeed, he did not himself acknowledge that he had recycled an unsubstantiated claim without any evidence that it was true.
- He said there were allegations that the teacher may have struck out at the pupil first, but this claim was unsubstantiated.
- He has built his academic career on unsubstantiated claims that he is a Native American.
- Companies often make wild and unsubstantiated claims about their products.
- The county council has always maintained that these claims are unsubstantiated.
- Another disquieting feature of the assessment report is the unsubstantiated claims of illness provided by the mother.
- There have been unsubstantiated claims of low-level intimidation in Dublin through this canvass.
- There are many unsubstantiated claims out there, and skeptics cannot possibly evaluate all of them.
- However the research establishment simply see unsubstantiated claims, and a lack of scientific rigour.
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