In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It is not the local art establishment but the untutored public, the people we art professionals are always trying to convince to walk in the door, which poses the biggest challenge.
- To the untutored layman's eye, it almost appears contradictory.
- He was the antithesis of the archetypal young black man, particularly as those seen though pre-1994 racist eyes as being illiterate, arrogant, uncouth and untutored.
- With the lecture, the focus, inevitably, fell squarely on the anthropologist with his pointer, but it's a misconception that the 1921 film cedes authorial control to untutored and unself-conscious primitives.
- But even to the untutored eye, his work is special.
- But to my medically untutored mind, operations seem at least as idiosyncratic in their success and effects, and thus harder for markets to monitor in quality.
- Answerable only to themselves, the uniformed militia nonetheless provided the only martial experience for thousands of otherwise untutored citizen-soldiers who would volunteer for the next war.
- Not an untutored brawl, mind you, but a fair fight between very skillful gentlemen, carried out in strict accordance with rules, both written and unwritten.
- An untutored if essentially tuneful vocalist, he seems to actively encourage the cracks and flaws that appear whenever he reaches above or below his natural range.
- I thought about capturing the political conflict through the untutored vision of a child.
- We've always argued about America a lot, whether her immigrant perceptions were always valid or sometimes just the untutored observations of an outsider.
- Although his voice is still young and at times untutored, he does mesmerize as in Get Your Shine On.
- The only feature apparent to the untutored eye is Hartebeespoort, a dark blue splodge in the upper centre, with the edges of Pretoria apparently sneaking in at upper right.
- In this context, anthropological linguists working on southeastern Indian languages and cultures will have reservations about his untutored approach to semantic analysis.
- It was undoubtedly the job of the national security adviser to set the priorities for a new president in his first weeks and months in office, particularly for a president as untutored in foreign affairs as him.
- He was untutored and a little old for a beginning dancer.
- Moreover, it is often difficult to tell that a counterproof was taken from a pastel, because to the untutored eye the original pastel's surface remains largely unaffected.
- Even to the untutored eye, the older ones look better.
- Unlike scribes, persons who were involved in printing were crude and untutored - frequently German interlopers taking work from Italian scribes.
- The differences are so obvious to the untutored eye that it is impossible to believe that anyone ever considered the fake documents to be anything but forgeries.
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.