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 Williamson, who admits to feeling like a gladiator walking into the ancient stadium to the accompaniment of a drum roll, is determined to do better than her ninth place four years ago and has her sights trained on a medal.
- While this is going on the drums skitter across the snares, almost at the pace of a drum roll, but a bit slower.
- They reached their instruments and the drummer gave a drum roll to signify that they were ready.
- The drum roll started, the audience held their collective breath.
- Still, the drum roll turns out to be rather a long one.
- He takes a live clip of a drum roll and chops it into a stiff, electro-funk cadence.
- As a kid I thought the blade came down after the drum roll.
- Suddenly, a drum roll was heard along with the striking of drumsticks on cymbals.
- I hear the drum roll, and she quickly opens the envelope.
- Suddenly I heard a drum roll come from right near me, out of the speakers I had erected that afternoon.
- The drum roll lasted longer on this one and the suspense was maddening.
- The tone is set right from the outset, as we hear a martial-sounding drum roll over the credits.
- I incorporate a drum roll to make things interesting.
- So, let's get a drum roll going and announce the winners.
- The laying of the wreathes was done by name and followed by ‘Amazing Grace ‘on the bagpipes, a drum roll and a salute on the trumpet.
- A band drummer stood behind the veteran reading, to give a drum roll after each name was called out.
- The Jumbo Queen throne is rolled out onto the stage, and a drum roll builds to a crescendo.
- Carlow hearts thumped in time with the drum roll as six shining envelopes were brought to the stage at the Brandon Hotel, each containing just one name.
- Each of them held a card in their hands, and with a drum roll, Mrs. Livingston announced the Prom Princes.
- A drum roll echoed throughout the park as the first words of the song came out.
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