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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- First, the economic portrait of pre-industrial Italy is described in relative terms, both vis-à-vis the rest of Europe and in comparison to itself, North and South.
- This week I want to discuss their relative strengths vis-à-vis their background and policy proposals.
- Its position in international markets has depended on the relative strength of the US economy vis-à-vis the other major capitalist powers.
- In the following article Daniel Martel analyzes the relationship between technology and culture vis-à-vis the airline postcard.
- Mark Twain had a much more radically sceptical view of Shakespeare's writings, especially vis-à-vis their relationship to their author.
- If the concerns that they entertain vis-à-vis the majority are dealt with justly, they can, in fact, prove to be a powerful force for the defence of India.
- Actors are more concerned with their absolute well-being than with their relative position vis-à-vis others.
- If a couple has worked out a modus vivendi vis-à-vis their own bank accounts, suddenly having to consider the needs of a third person can be tricky.
- What is the role of liquidity, financial frictions and the flow of funds for the real economy and the relation of money vis-à-vis a broader range of asset classes?
- For most of the last fifty years, Hindu nationalists have mixed moderate with militant strategies and selected the appropriate combination depending on their relative strength vis-à-vis other political forces.
- But in what respect did their conduct, vis-à-vis your client in relation to the design and construction of this fence falls short of the duty they owed?
- As I got older, I saw things that changed me and my perspective, particularly in relation to the Muslim world vis-à-vis the rest of the world.
- One of the debates in contemporary evolutionary theory concerns the relative importance of natural selection vis-à-vis the other forces, such as random drift.
- And it is not to the point to say that it might also apply to Mr Gordon, vis-à-vis his employees.
- Once that is recognised, it is an order concerning the responsibilities of parents vis-à-vis their children.
- The reputations of the ministers for these departments vis-à-vis their respective clienteles depend in some measure on how successful they are seen to be in extracting resources for their departments.
- This is particularly true in Western Canada, where, with the exception of Vancouver, cities exhibit relatively low population densities vis-à-vis some major U.S. cities.
- I was impressed by their setup, but perhaps too honest with my opinions and overall views on performers vis-à-vis the concert hall and commercial recording scene.
- But what is the issue of principle that would be raised in this Court concerning any default on the part of the prosecution, vis-à-vis, the defence?
- Is this making them re-evaluate their foreign relations policy, vis-à-vis Iran, for example?
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.