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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- But she added that building work on the new bus station would cause some disruption in the town centre.
- Schoolboy David Crowley told the court he was playing near the town bus station when he saw a man and a woman arguing over a child.
- Melhado stole from teenagers at the bus station, the County Ground and in the town centre.
- Having a bus company depot separate from a bus station is not unusual.
- For me the scariest part was when we parted company at the end of the night and I had to sit alone in the deserted bus station to wait for a lift home.
- As the Quay will be closed to all traffic, the bus station will be temporarily moved to The Glen.
- They also harbour suspicions that the current scheme is masking a bid to move the whole bus station to the site in the near future.
- A bus station is not the sort of place where you expect to meet poetry.
- A taxi driver remembered taking him to the bus station later in the day.
- At Preston, he said, the bus station is a mile from the train station and far too few buses were available.
- A second gateway to the town would centre around the bus station in Fairfield North.
- Passengers who arrive by bus or train now have to walk across town to the old bus station if they want a taxi.
- But the best, indeed the only, place for the bus station is at Preston railway station.
- The scheme envisages a new bus station, shops and 100 homes, with some leisure and offices.
- The bus station will be located between what is currently Osborne Street and a revived Vineyard Street.
- It covered the bus station, train station, school grounds, and the main routes in and out of town.
- The bus station is in the town I'm working in, but not near where I work, and not on the way there.
- Janet Abu Lughod suggests that in fact many of them settled right in the area around the bus station.
- It's more or less redundant because most of the busses begin or terminate at the bus station and so never use it.
- I will be monitoring the situation and hope soon to hear some good reports from residents about the bus station.
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