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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- So the number of people who wanted to just be able to see him - that's a pretty freaky thing.
- I almost blacked out again just as he left which was kind of freaky since I had been feeling much better up till then.
- Towards the end of the night I took to sporting a rather freaky mask and petrifying the remaining guests.
- If they are so concerned about our image in the eyes of the world, then I say we should show the world just how freaky we can get.
- It's really freaky and it has a really different twist than what people will know from my previous work.
- It was a very grey, freaky and realistic glimpse in to the not so distant future.
- Or is it just a freaky coincidence that these two people look and act very, very much alike?
- In any event, it was quite freaky having the building and our desks shake around like that.
- Yes I think when you do go overseas you realise how freaky this country is.
- He still loves her but he's bothered by her strange ramblings particularly the freaky nightmares.
- Well, I guess life sometime just deals us these freaky thunderbolts out of a blue sky.
- I crashed on the futon, and I kind of had some freaky dreams sleeping in a new place.
- This news is both very exciting and strangely freaky at the same time.
- Even though he's creepy and stalkerish and freaky I have a soft spot for him.
- The intention was to evoke an unreal elsewhere, an imaginary place both freaky and familiar.
- We have no idea what sort of cactus it is - but it's really freaky because you can almost sit and watch these things grow.
- Just hearing they found the car that was hijacked in the garage where I park my car is a little freaky.
- They're an international organization with some pretty freaky beliefs.
- It was pretty good, but my oh my, were there some freaky people there!
- Let's face it, the human body is an extremely freaky thing and we are in denial about this so that we can get on with our lives.
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