In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Exactly what we're losing when we reduce biodiversity, the causes and consequences of global warming - these traumas can't be adequately summarized in an evening news wrap-up.
- In their 2003 year-end wrap-up, Time Magazine ranked Thickfreakness the 3rd best album of the year.
- That's probably a fairly good wrap-up of the way journalists are using the internet at the moment.
- If the debate wrap-up is any indication, the other contenders are not going to go down without a serious rhetorical fight.
- Join me at the end of the hour with the closing bell and a wrap-up of the trading day.
- It was a tough week for investors and we'll have a complete wrap-up of the market with Christine Romans.
- Here is a holistic health care wrap-up that offers a few hours of relaxation as well as a complete rejuvenating experience for mothers of all ages.
- We'll continue to follow the wrap-up of those elections with you.
- Along with nearly everyone else, I watched an endless series of wrap-ups of the 20th century at the dawn of the 21st.
- As the year winds down, I'm compiling my thoughts and grievances for a year-end entertainment wrap-up.
- We'll be back with our three panelists for a wrap-up here.
- The movie does have an afterschool-special feel to it, most noticeably in Jane's extensive support system and the movie's too-neat wrap-up.
- So, sports fans, keep your browsers tuned to this station for a play-by-play show wrap-up early next week.
- So, here's a quick wrap-up of the British elections.
- Cricket mania also swept the Delhi Assembly as it met for a two-day Budget Session, with most members wanting early wrap-up to enable them to watch the day-night tie.
- Every four minutes, a pitchfest staff member tapped a triangle to encourage a wrap-up.
- As a wrap-up to the day's events, let the children take home their eggs in a pretty basket perhaps with a small plush chick or bunny to add to their stuffed animal collection.
- Keneally doesn't provide any kind of wrap-up or post-script to the amazing story he has just told.
- Scenes in the movie are quite drawn out compared to the relatively brief wrap-up in the book.
- We'll be back in Washington for a post-convention wrap-up.
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.