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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- The crowd of soldiers cheered and cried out their battle cry.
- She yelled out a battle cry, and charged off after everyone else.
- Then they heard a loud yell, almost like a battle cry, but they couldn't quit make it out.
- Mordon turned his horse around then shouted a battle cry.
- Someone was shouting and someone was yelling a battle cry.
- With a rousing battle cry, thousands of Linoan soldiers ran forward to fight for their families.
- Every confederate soldier gave a loud battle cry and with their muskets, pistols, and sabers raised, they ran toward the Union army.
- Both hunters quickly mounted and shouted a barbaric battle cry to their enemies.
- I yelled out my battle cry and jumped across the board, landing on Melanie and flattening her to the ground.
- The men charged forward and yelled their battle cry as they sprinted down the slope.
- He was waiting for a shout from his guards, a battle cry, but nothing came from behind him.
- As one who stood in the midst of the battlefields of that war, I can tell you that our battle cry had nothing to do with race or sexuality; no, it was about the music.
- With that being said, all the other generals, and even the guards shouted the battle cry, confident of the victory in upcoming battles.
- Then Ryane's army charged, yelling a different battle cry, one more valiant and brave.
- He wipes at his mouth and yells out in a battle cry, rushing at Zack.
- The captain of his flagship, RSS Tarus, was heard whooping a battle cry through the com unit.
- Peter, who was squinting from all the dust and gun smoke, was yelling a battle cry as he fired upon them.
- They were shouting what sounded like a battle cry.
- With those words, all of the men let out a battle cry, and ran towards other houses.
- But those words were like a battle cry ringing inside my head.
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