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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- Of course, this educational challenge is quite unlike the ones that our politicians and their bureaucratic henchmen now insist are central to the current agenda.
- And the central bankers of the world and their political henchmen are surely taking advantage of that fact.
- Many feel even relieved to a certain extent that they no longer have to run after political leaders and their henchmen for payment.
- A hit man who asks no questions and creates no trouble, Michael Sullivan is a loyal henchman to ageing Irish mobster John Rooney.
- On February 14, 1929, Al Capone dispatched his henchmen to dispose of his crime syndicate's rival, Moran and his North Side Gang.
- How are we to break free from the dispiriting sequence of dictators and their henchmen?
- It was also the scene of murders: mafia henchmen allegedly threw unfortunates who couldn't pay their debts from the seven-floor building.
- The worst enemies of gold are obviously the world's top bankers (with a few exceptions) and their law-making political henchmen.
- David and his high-ranking henchmen had suites of rooms, while younger thieves like me usually shared rooms with others.
- Mr Cook simply has to appear principled and measured, and allow his henchmen and other supporters to do the work for him with MPs.
- He turned slowly to see one of Fleischer's henchmen pointing the pistol at him.
- He galloped his horse to the north, followed by his henchmen and Wong's group.
- Supervillains often employ the services of various henchmen to do their dirty work for them.
- The narrator avoids the question and leaves as quickly as he can, but Ras' henchmen follow him.
- A few well-placed henchmen and gunmen accompanied by a sniper can easily take out your entire family if you're not careful.
- The thugs and henchmen draw a variety of weapons that include everything from nasty-looking kitchen knives to a really neat-looking sub-atomic ionizer.
- Ray's henchmen are stock Italian mobsters, and their presence occasionally makes the movie seem like an ethnic joke.
- They had one foot in the past when lawlessness featured independent gunmen and their henchman preying on society at their own will without regard to other outlaws.
- Half an hour later and Natalie had been kidnapped by evil henchmen whilst Daniel engaged in fierce battle.
- On foot, we trade bullets with underworld henchmen and rival gangs.
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