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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- Ray and Max are part of an underground scheme set up to create new lives in Canada for escapees from these prisons.
- Bank robber and prison escapee John Matthews talks candidly about his career.
- The film concerns two escapees from a chain gang, one black and one white, who are forced to cooperate with one another to avoid capture.
- The incident was sparked off at about noon by a sighting in Colchester of a prison escapee.
- Some escapees have found it exceedingly easy to walk away from prison and return to society.
- If one child attempts to escape, the rebels force the other abducted children to kill the would-be escapee, usually with clubs or machetes.
- He is an escapee from a prison in Venezuela, where he was incarcerated for blowing up an Air Cubana passenger plane in 1976, killing 73.
- The escapees sawed through bars in the exercise yard to gain their freedom.
- We try to focus primarily on missing children, dangerous prison escapees and dangerous fugitives.
- He said that during follow-up operations 40 of the escapees were recaptured within a few kilometres of the prison.
- A spokesman for the Home Office said he was an absconder rather than an escapee, as he was officially allowed out of prison on licence.
- It's a story about a female prison escapee who will do anything to evade recapture.
- Forces must also take measures to quickly welcome child-soldier escapees and enemy prisoners of war.
- I figure they want to return the escapee to the prison.
- Constables in Humberside, England, got a tip that a prison escapee was living in their town.
- One night he encounters an escapee from a concentration camp.
- As to his being an escapee from custody, I have serious doubts whether that was so.
- A woman who gave birth prematurely after she was held up at gunpoint by a prison escapee has successfully sued the government for negligence.
- The nightly news was on, showing her picture, telling how she was a prison escapee who was armed and dangerous.
- They would be trying to spot and capture the escapee, who was jailed after smashing his way into a woman's home as she lay in bed.
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