"who'd" Czech translation
Similar translations for "who'd" in Czech
Usage examples for "who'd" in Czech
He quoted the words of all kinds of people who'd had a variety of these experiences.
They were as good as the babies in Taiwan who'd been listening for 10-and-a-half months.
And as I was traveling around, I kept meeting young people who'd lost hope.
(Applause) Anybody here who'd like to know the day of the week they were born?
Who'd have thought that deciphering could be a dangerous profession?
These are the teenagers, typically, who'd be standing out on the street corner, selling the drugs.
Rockett: Who'd want to show up at that party anyway?
Around the world, there's 700 million people who say they'd like to move permanently someplace else right now.
I can think of a couple women who'd be happy to tell you.
This allows businesses who'd rather not share their address (e.g.
Viktor Frankl was a German psychiatrist who'd spent five years in a Nazi concentration camp.
I came across a great quote recently from Abraham Lincoln, who I thought you'd be pleased to have quoted at this point.
I wrote Horse Face on her, so you'd remember who she was." (Laughter) I bet he thought he wished he was invisible, don't you?
And we tested this by exposing American babies who'd never heard a second language to Mandarin for the first time during the critical period.
She came to realize that there were a lot of people who'd written patient advocate books that you just don't hear about at medical conferences.
President Trichet and Mario Draghi, Governor of the Banca d’Italia, who attended for the first time a Governing Council meeting in Frankfurt on 2 February 2006
There's lots of businesses that would like to locate in the Americas, especially in a place with a free trade zone, and there's lots of people who'd like to go there.
So, if some of you are still feeling a bit too certain, I'd like to do this one.
It's because there's somebody there called foreign aid, who contributes for it.
These are people who have just been visited by the Internet bookmobile in Uganda.
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