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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- We gave people bowls of jelly beans and other colored candies.
- The moment a child is quiet for a second, a jelly bean is presented to him.
- Eyes are gumdrops and jelly beans, antennae are licorice lace, and the tongue is a shaped gumdrop.
- For eyes, dip one end of 2 jelly bean halves in melted chocolate and place on cookie.
- ‘The thing is a big jelly bean,’ joked one juror.
- The emerald mosaic look on the outside is created with coarsely chopped thin zucchini strips; the ruby coating is made with red jelly beans.
- She brought along a clown baggy full of candied goodies, such as lollipops, gumdrops, and jelly beans.
- To eat the jelly beans, or not to eat the jelly beans, that is the question.
- Amid jelly beans, lilies and egg hunts, Christians must meditate on Christ's cross and Luther's plea for ‘a joyful heart’ in the face of anguish.
- Mason jars of jelly beans and gummy bears and fresh-baked cookies are there for the taking.
- All their knowledge is based on what they've been exposed to: a peach flavored jelly bean or fruit roll-up.
- The tiny Jersey potato, barely bigger than a jelly bean has come to save us from another month of baked and mash.
- Moisten area around jelly bean with a small amount of water and sprinkle with orange and red edible glitter.
- You won't faint because you don't have another jelly bean.
- They say money doesn't grow on trees, but it does spring up from jelly bean soil in these graduation party centerpieces.
- A simple jelly bean is insidious enough, but these are far worse.
- It used to be that we could sneak into the reception and help ourselves to jelly beans from the candy jar on the front counter.
- They have put out giant bowls of snacks: jelly beans, Gummi Bears, unsalted cashews, sugar-free sucking candies.
- The extras, however, smack sour like olives in a jelly bean jar.
- Buy them now and some time in the distant future, a Ronald Reagan jelly bean jar may yet be within your grasp.
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