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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- During a lull, the men reminisce about the times they've defied intrusive government inspectors and other interlopers.
- We fight this quarrel out to the death, you and I and our foresters, with no cursed interlopers to come between us.
- How do you like to deal with wireless interlopers?
- They can be overheard mocking the previous two groups of interlopers.
- This clannishness tends to make interlopers like Swingley, who didn't start racing until he was 36, all the more conspicuous.
- But when Independence came, some Africans looked on the Asians as interlopers, foreigners depriving the locals of jobs and economic opportunity.
- Among the small knot of people waiting for it, I was the only outsider; an interloper at a closed get-together.
- They are surprised into open-mouthed silence at suddenly finding the brazen interloper trespassing within their domestic domain.
- But then a voice wakes me up and I am an interloper again; a stranger in a strange land.
- This time last year I seemed at best a guest and at worst an interloper in a foreign space.
- But we began to enjoy being interlopers in this other dimension.
- Or, to put it another way, he was the gate-crasher, the interloper, the thief who stole the thunder.
- According to witnesses, the interlopers wreaked havoc at the packed discussion, interrupted, attacked and screamed like banshees.
- The intimacy born of crisis does not welcome interlopers.
- A strong sense of clanship pervaded these villages, making men from other clans feel like interlopers.
- We are dreamers, idealists, romantics - interlopers, charlatans, scoundrels.
- Unlike scribes, persons who were involved in printing were crude and untutored - frequently German interlopers taking work from Italian scribes.
- That I am a stranger, an interloper, who does not belong in this amazing, fantastical world.
- But it also stoked public fear of an invisible horde of foreign interlopers.
- Two of the interlopers eventually move off, but the third, a middle-aged woman with dyed-blonde hair, sits down to wait it out.
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