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 seller becomes frustrated and cancels the sale, posting bad feedback about you and effectively putting a black mark on your track record.
- Threats to daub British pupils with the black mark of truancy were cushioned with reassurances that there was plenty of opportunity to discuss war and peace in the classroom.
- Well, clearly, this is a bit of a black mark against the news channel and clearly things were done in this report that were unfair and untrue.
- Isn't this a black mark on the record of this Holy Year which was intended to be a year of peace and reconciliation?
- To be seen walking like that, in public mind you, next to him would surely be a black mark on her record.
- It's a big black mark against her administrative record.
- If I do anything wrong between now and 2007, the media will have such a field day and that would be a black mark against us.
- Residents have cited many black marks against the proposals including traffic congestion, noise and light pollution.
- If a desk officer made that kind of mistake they would get a black mark against their record, maybe for years.
- Paul's next big test resulted in the one black mark on his record.
- The gas company has now removed the black mark from your record and is sending you back the £34.72 as an apology.
- The purpose of the challenge is to remove a black mark from his record and to clear his reputation.
- They were frightened that I might actually stand up to authority and do something that would put a black mark on their record.
- It should not be an easy road back, given the black marks that have piled up against him in the past weeks.
- He said: ‘There will be no additional burden on you but it will be another black mark on your record.’
- Another benefit is that I don't have to worry about late payment charges or demands, which prevents black marks appearing on my credit record.
- He does have a black mark against him now though.
- It will also discourage defaulters, who will fear black marks on their credit record.
- It is a crime that can exist as a black mark in an otherwise worthwhile lifetime of achievement.
- Sometimes their football can be a joy to watch, other times the opposite, but the one black mark which stands against them is their unpredictability.
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