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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- And to further compound Mr Dixon's misery thieves smashed his VW camper van and stole equipment, including tents, a barbecue and a cool box worth £500, the following afternoon.
- After a moment's panic a rummage through the cupboard revealed a cool box which should be just the thing.
- There are plenty of cool boxes (a fitted feature in all the safari cars) for those who like a cold beer after a hard day's drive or bike ride.
- It's one of those insulated cool box things with gel-pack slabs you put in the freezer for a couple of days before your shopping trip.
- Now he will be making sure that he packs that lucky cool box when he sets sail on his next expedition.
- We stop at a small riverside beach for a picnic that the guides have transported in cool boxes strapped to their kayaks.
- A whopping 19.76 per cent of people never use a cool box to carry food to a picnic or barbecue and 13.73 per cent do not know when high-risk foods were cooked so it is therefore no surprise that food poisoning cases are increasing.
- Inside the cool box, we packed, more or less at random, the picnic plates, a saucepan and the second-worst frying pan.
- For a picnic, chill the strawberries and cream separately, take them along in a cool box, and assemble them on site.
- For further executive car luxury, Travel Assistant fits between the rear seats and includes folding tables, an electric cool box, cupholders and a DVD player holder.
- When we got off the boat we carried our cool box onto the beach and put it inside our straw hut.
- Out of the cool boxes would flow wine, beer and soft drinks, followed by a feast served on leaf platters, which we'd cast adrift when we'd finished.
- In any available space, women squat next to plastic cool boxes offering cold drinks, beer and strong, dark rum.
- He opens the cool box and starts to fillet our catch.
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