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 circuit of all four tops makes a long, magnificent day's hillwalking.
- He enjoys hillwalking, although he has bagged only a few Munros and is looking forward to claiming many more.
- It is also believed he had been suitably dressed for hillwalking, but temperatures fell below freezing in the area on Saturday night.
- He is involved a hillwalking group that calls itself the Hillocks, taking trips in Wicklow and two annual trips to Clifden.
- I do enjoy hillwalking but don't get to do it as often as I'd like.
- ‘More people than ever are going out hillwalking and the mountains are getting much busier,’ the spokesman said.
- Born in Prestwick in Ayrshire, John Currie was always interested in choral music, although he has a strong sideline in rather serious hillwalking.
- The funding is quite low for a country that promotes outdoor activity and hillwalking holidays, according to Mr Christie.
- The hillwalking which claimed Robin Cook's life yesterday was a pastime with many allegories to his political career.
- I enjoy hillwalking and climbing and getting some fresh air.
- The camp will include hillwalking, sailing, canoeing and an exciting island survival night.
- However, O'Kane's favourite pastime is hillwalking in the Wicklow hills.
- He also enjoyed hillwalking at home and abroad.
- The group shares an interest in mountain biking, hillwalking and trekking.
- A fitness fanatic, she lists squash and hillwalking as some of her favourite activities - both passions she shares with Dickson.
- In the UK, hillwalking is practically a national institution.
- All of the rooms have breathtaking views over the Borders countryside where hiking, hillwalking and horseriding are all available.
- Together with his wife, John owns a pony called Gypsy and his other interests include hillwalking and walking his dog.
- He had an interest in hillwalking and owned two dogs, which were found unattended at his house.
- While many would plump for winter as Scotland's best hillwalking season, I find it difficult to choose between spring and autumn.
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