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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- Now I am hoping to perform the Chaconne with chorales on Good Friday in our small church.
- On Good Friday she dropped in on her parents but left in a hurry without saying goodbye to her mother.
- The only four days when they would not be in use would be Christmas and Boxing days, Good Friday and Easter Monday.
- The ceremonies continued on Good Friday and came to a close on Easter Saturday night.
- This is part of a series which will continue every Friday night until Good Friday.
- Children can take part in an Easter Trail on Good Friday and Easter Sunday at East Riddlesden Hall.
- But Good Friday was a lovely day and maybe lots of children went to the seaside instead.
- The airport pub was always a port of call for many on a Good Friday, when it was one of the few bars that could legally open.
- On Good Friday the group of 11 took part in the challenge to boost funds for the Tsunami Appeal.
- Given that Jesus died for our sins on Good Friday, during Lent sin is also given attention.
- The only days on which play did not take place were Christmas Day and Good Friday.
- A nationwide road safety campaign was carried out from Good Friday to Easter Monday.
- If Good Friday and Easter Monday occur outside the standard break they are taken as a freestanding long weekend.
- On Good Friday, mid-table Cheltenham came to town hoping to improve on a run of five defeats in their last six games.
- On Good Friday, a religious day, I walked my dog as usual in our local park.
- I do not agree with trading on Christmas Day or Good Friday, and I have made that quite clear.
- The only days the shop closed were Good Friday and Christmas Day, when papers weren't published.
- As Good Friday is a public holiday, the only people parking in the roads were residents and their families.
- In other moves, racecourse betting will be allowed on Good Friday and Christmas Day for the first time.
- Her passing was truly an Easter death - poised between Good Friday and Easter Day.
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