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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- In the wintertime, Jude always smelt like peppermint for one of his favorite things in the world was to suck on pieces of broken candy cane until they had dissolved on his tongue.
- In a dramatic about-face, a Wisconsin school district has reversed its decision to bar high school students from handing out Christmas cards containing the story of the religious origins of the candy cane.
- I want to sit right here, drink hot chocolate with a candy cane in it, and wrap presents.
- No one knows for sure who put the red stripes on candy cane, or when.
- Life is not all candy canes and lollipops but it doesn't mean we should forget what the results of our actions are.
- In his hand was a half eaten candy cane he'd probably stolen from the pantry when father wasn't looking.
- He took a candy cane out of his pocket and handed it to her, giving her a cold kiss on the cheek.
- It's a tradition to see Santa every year, tell him what you'd like for Christmas, and get a candy cane.
- Tie silverware and napkins together with festive ribbons and a candy cane.
- The last chapter allows you to make chocolate tree decorations, candy canes, iced gingerbread and stained glass biscuits in time for Christmas.
- Decorate a tree in the kitchen with edible delights, cookies, cookie cutters, candy canes, strings of marshmallows etc.
- Each girl was presented with a large, red ribbon-wrapped candy cane with a small Christmas-themed necklace attached.
- Kenzie turned around to see her six year old cousin running in her direction holding a transformer and candy cane in his hand.
- I was curious to know what the legend of the candy cane was.
- While Christmas has candy canes and gingerbread houses, Valentine's Day is for chocolate hearts and chocolate kisses.
- A little boy with a candy cane sticking out of his mouth tugged on Chris's pant leg.
- One patient was sitting in his hip chair, a blanket thrown about his shoulders, eating a candy cane.
- He handed her a large candy cane, which Conner knew would mean a sugar rush as soon as she had her first lick.
- I gave you a candy cane for Christmas just like I did for all the other friends in our group.
- Damien and Thomas, sitting beside the warm fire, spilled the contents of two knit stockings into their laps and revealed a mound of candy canes and sweets.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.