The medieval belief that left-handed folk were possessed by the Devil gave us the word
sinister - Latin for left.
Few people today would recognize the link with the original ke-tchup, a Chinese fermented fish sauce first made in the Fujian province (an area that also gave us the word
And, against a backdrop of further Leveson revelations, the PM's Chancellor also messed up and produced a budget which, as well as proposed taxes on caravans, pasties and church repairs also gave us the word
We slowed up and waited, and then London gave us the word
to stop the operation.
Invent] is what gave us the word
invention; however, it is the same root behind the word Bid'ah [heresy], and we read before "every newly invented matter is bid'ah, and every bid'ah is misguidance, and every misguidance is in the Hellfire".
So they gave us the word
badger and we had to make a story about a badger.
PeterAAEs with trusted family members, especially their nephews, or AonipotiAoAua practice that gave us the word
The Italian word penna, which means feather, gave us the word
pen when feathers were used as quills.
Bean Comrada - Translations of works by Karel Capek, the Czech writer who gave us the word
"robot," including "Tales From Two Pockets" and "Apocryphal Tales.
Wasn't it Iain Dowie who gave us the word
A noun derived from this ta meteora meant 'those things on high' and any person who studied meteors, comets, the stars etc and, presumably, attempted to foretell the weather was therefore known as a meteorologos which gave us the word
we have today.
Louis: Dick Vermeil, who gave us the word
``burnout'' when he left Philadelphia in 1983, seems intent on inflicting the condition on Rams players.
Tundra: the Russians gave us the word
, perhaps because they had so much of the reality to share.
The culture that gave us the word
patio intended it as a place for easy living.
The Spartans were frugal even in speech, a fact that gave us the word