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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- These alarms save countless lives every year, and every home should have them.
- With its countless bars and clubs, the area is the hub of the town's nightlife.
- We have seen, countless times, that banning a book will, in no way, prevent its being read.
- Nor do people want to live in a system where their prosperity depends on the starvation of countless others.
- The countless number of games where he doesn't put a foot wrong are all too often forgotten.
- Filled with countless tiny black seeds, it looks exactly like a seed pod should.
- But he also starred in countless films which are so bad they have become notorious.
- We've got countless jobs still to do on our new home, but we're getting there.
- My mom made it her duty to make countless trips to the ministry to get them to place me in a school.
- The problems of football management in the modern game are complex and countless.
- All three drugs are sold widely on the web, with countless sites offering the pills by post.
- As countless tales have told us, it's always a bad idea to mess around with the past.
- For every smoker who claims to enjoy the habit there are countless others who are desperate to stop.
- While others among us engaged in countless discussions about what to do and how to do it, Ann would already be doing it.
- The garden is a savior to me, particularly in the warmer months when I get to spend countless hours picking and planting.
- He can try to save those countless millions but only by the sacrifice of his ship and crew.
- It is a tragedy that has befallen countless families through the generations.
- There are countless dogs roaming around up there and the council needs to do more.
- I had to pass two floors and countless corridors before I arrived at the Physics room.
- He is a veteran of countless marathons, and we are not talking about the ordinary London kind.
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