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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- Each bend in the road reveals yet another breathtaking panorama of the Dinara Mountains that sweep down to the Adriatic, a deep cobalt sea under an azure sky.
- Then the next guy will come along and tell me the sky is azure blue, I'll say, ‘No, no, that's royal blue.’
- It showed off an azure jewel, encased in silver.
- This territory has lush green hills, azure blue skies and spectacular beaches where the loudest noise you will hear is the sound of a coconut dropping to soft white sands.
- They were looking out onto a seemingly unending expanse of perfectly blue ocean beneath a cloudless azure sky.
- When she stepped outside, she saw that the sun was smiling cheerfully in an azure blue sky dotted with puffy little clouds.
- All the man saw was a bright azure sky, bright white clouds moving about like sea lions chasing one another, and a bright shining sun that warmed his face.
- Endless azure blue skies filled our eyes whenever we stepped out with fluffy white clouds splattered here and there.
- It started a day of perfect beauty, light fresh winds and azure blue skies.
- He lived in a house on the beach and fell in love with Grenada's azure blue seas and white sand beaches.
- Her eyes glistened as she looked out over the blue Pacific waters as the horizon touched a cloudless azure blue sky.
- Quiet, timeless little villages are dotted along the coast, palms bending out over a bright azure sea.
- Souvenirs of miniature trains from the Rail Museum have been placed in the inner edges of these walls behind a bright azure blue background.
- Looking through the dresses, Lydia grinned as she found an azure blue, sleeveless, turtleneck dress.
- It was a beautiful setting, with calm blue sea, azure skies, brown sailed dhows skimming past us, and it was also very hot.
- You could, of course, try and land your own dinner with a jolly crew on board one of the hire craft that dance across the azure blue seas.
- The balconies overlooked the Whitsunday passage, but if you could wrest your gaze from the azure blue reef you were treated to a birdseye view of the hotel spa.
- From here you can look north to some of the finest coastal scenery in Britain with islands, white sands and azure blue seas - a view rivalling much more exotic destinations.
- There isn't a single cloud in the azure blue sky.
- His eyes were azure blue and cold, very troubling.
- A huge human foot d'or, in a field azure; the foot crushes a serpent rampant whose fangs are imbedded in the heel.
- The original flag design, based upon the Ancient Arms of Nova Scotia, granted by King Charles I in 1625, is on a ground of silver with a saltire azure - a blue St. Andrew's cross.
- They both had the same device upon the surcoats; it was a Virgin Mary embroidered on a field azure.
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- It is the same souls that quiver, the same passions that ferment, the same vices that grow, the same straining toward the azure.
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