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make English in appearance


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This American title has had spelling and money anglicised, but it is American in setting and style The chief character is very mature for his years.
Made of Alphosia wood from Kerala, the Catamaran is an anglicised version of " Kattu - Maram ", which means tied wood in Tamil.
If every public meeting in this predominantly Welsh speaking area was held in English the Llyen peninsula would become as Anglicised as the area where Mr Roberts lives.
We can confirm that The Flops was indeed American but had been Anglicised by changing references from dollars to pounds etc, but American or not.
The French in recent years (especially under Alain Juppe) have been sensitive about their language being Anglicised (Franglais).
Which can be the only explanation for his sudden conversion to anglicised right-winger.
Whereas Old El Paso has anglicised its flavours, we are keeping authentic.
Griggs anglicised the name, re-shaped the heel to make them fit better, added the famous yellow stitching and trademarked the soles as AirWair.
This was a fine performance but its cumulative drama was vitiated by interrupting it with the anglicised Hinduism of Holst's Hymn to Vena and Schubert's setting of Psalm92, in Hebrew, fascinating musical rarities though they are.
However his father, who Anglicised the family name after settling in Britain, claimed they both died in his native Romania.
All the World Express recipes are established, best selling dishes, which have been anglicised to appeal to the frozen ready meals consumer.
The two men represent what seems, on the surface, opposing ends of the Middle East spectrum: Edward Said was born in Jerusalem to an anglicised Christian Arab family and grew up in predominantly Muslim Cairo.
Thirdly, as another caption box lists anglicised versions of the names of the cities depicted along the border, it might have been helpful to add that what was then Constantinople, had formerly been, and is today known, as Istanbul.
British food writer Roz Denny gives an anglicised twist to more than 70 mouth-watering recipes.
Even supporting England in international sports events is frowned upon by elders who feel offended by the increasingly Anglicised views of their children.