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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- And by improving military training programs, sailors will be more well-rounded, professionally and personally.
- ‘The school enables children to develop as mature, well-rounded individuals with respect and care for others,’ inspectors concluded.
- How much ‘experience’ do you think is necessary for someone to be a well-rounded and interesting person?
- For Humboldt, classics offered a general culture, distinct from the useful arts on the one hand, and aristocratic play and dilettantism on the other, to ennoble the soul and develop a well-rounded personality.
- However, there is a determined emphasis on developing well-rounded individuals.
- The airlines typically insist on a degree as it shows that you can stick with something, have a well-rounded social-academic persona and are an achiever.
- Businesses want well-rounded people; people who read newspapers and who are engaged in public issues; people who are aware of the world around them, who see the larger picture and actively engage in it.
- It was important not to concentrate wholly on the academic but to develop well-rounded people, while the academic aspects were also very important.
- Nicole is a well-rounded, determined, and young-at-heart woman
- The women are forced to fill their time pursuing personal interests and taking classes, becoming more well-rounded, interesting women.
- Essentially, the Dean was conveying the importance of learning coupled with realizing self worth, both which a person needs to be well-rounded.
- Looking back on it now, how do you feel working with Troma helped you develop as a well-rounded, insightful person?
- But Mrs Walsh strongly believes in developing well-rounded pupils and is always keen to recognise good behaviour and kindness with book prizes in a special assembly.
- I think I left camp a much more confident person, a more well-rounded person, even a more peaceful person.
- The college principal added: ‘She was just a super, well-rounded individual and a lovely girl, which makes this particularly tragic.’
- Yet the whole point of citing Monroe was that she had a well-rounded figure, demonstrating that it's not only OK but sexy to be big in hips or tummy.
- Girls, boys, old people - even the famously well-rounded female population of Fiji is falling victim to fat fears.
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