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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- The shocks were accompanied by a ghoulish rumbling noise that was terrifying to those who heard it.
- The story of what happens next has been told innumerable times, to the point of having become a ghoulish soap opera.
- Also in the store was Cher, who purchased some devilish goods including containers of face paint to create a garish, ghoulish glow.
- Willem Dafoe exudes creepy coolness as Max Schreck, the ghoulish actor whose vampiric tendencies may just be the real deal.
- You wonder if they just thought a particularly large group of rather ghoulish tourists had turned up.
- Usually, the Salem native is called upon to make people look good, not ghoulish.
- Lights, staging, and the variety of ghoulish gadgetry are all as I remember, and in some cases technology has improved on them.
- It keeps the ghoulish gore while adding hilarious physical comedy and some classic one liners.
- These emerge from the grass looking like some ghoulish knuckle.
- Even the publicity for the exhibition plays up a ghoulish fascination with medieval atrocities.
- The show was based on the work of Charles Addams, whose cartoon creations about this ghoulish family appeared regularly in the New Yorker.
- Her gossamer spirit clings to the gales, another ghoulish mist chilling the Chinese countryside.
- Holidays don't come much more ghoulish than this.
- For the past hour, he had been picking up the dead, and the ghoulish task had the effect of a nightmare.
- Whether you are tramping through muddy forests, mysterious tunnels or misty waters, the locations drip with ghoulish detail.
- In a ghoulish gallery, Bart hosts three bloodcurdling tales of Halloween horror.
- Many couples that park their cars near the graveyard to make out find themselves at the mercy of these ghoulish ghosts.
- Ghoulish creatures climbed over each other behind the knight.
- His early tempera-and-ink paintings depicting ghoulish figures firmly situate him in the postwar European figurative art scene.
- This ghoulish history is irrelevant to Harley riders - their aim is to be photographed by the huge sign at company HQ.
- They don't even bother with a scary laugh or ghoulish shriek.
- Within hours of the disaster, a number of ghoulish items began appearing on eBay.
- This is a ghoulish exploitation of a great tragedy.
- Sure, the red monk is an appropriately ghoulish fiend; but this is really more of a quirky detective story than a horror film.
- As an example, a counselor painted with makeup to appear ghoulish - perhaps as part of Carnival - may no longer be entirely appropriate.
- They make the film interesting and do their best to be horrified gristle for the ghoulish girl out to exact revenge on them.
- Some demonstrators wore ghoulish masks as they stuck a green banner to a police barricade at the farm's entrance.
- There are even some scary werewolves and other ghoulish creatures to battle.
- Hobbes and Darien confront a ghoulish hit man who blinds any witnesses to the killings.
- There is a ghoulish legend attached to the house.
- Up to now they have scraped a living by producing ghoulish dolls.
- The most ghoulish mass murderer in history has been in a coma for ten years.
- Telephone users in the city these days have been treated to a sound resembling a ghoulish wail.
- The interest in death which had always permeated his work now re-emerged, transformed from the ghoulish into the pensive.
- The plundering of body parts of radiation victims reached ghoulish proportions.
- I comment with amusement on the slightly ghoulish relish with which he is approaching the experiment.
- Aiello says the ghoulish graveyard thefts would have been unthinkable in an earlier age.
- Other effects excel, such as the ghoulish twins and their transporter beam shenanigans.
- Chimneys dot the landscape like diseased tree-trunks supporting ghoulish branches of black smoke.
- The man they made this ghoulish request to is a key figure in the Limerick underworld.
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