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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- Crossing numerous time zones leaves many people suffering from jet lag.
- At noon the next day, eyelids heavy from jet lag and cascades of sunshine, we set about exploring.
- I sank into king-sized relief, only to find my jet lag and a two-week London hangover waiting for me there.
- There are various methods that may help you avoid jet lag or reduce its effects.
- In addition to making you look haggard as you de-board, dehydration compounds the effects of jet lag.
- I promise to respond to some of the Comments as soon as my jet lag recedes.
- I hope you've recovered from any jet lag suffered from your recent Middle East listening tour.
- Put one on at bedtime, or pop it in the fridge and wear it as you catnap, to reduce signs of jet lag or fatigue.
- On average it takes one day per time zone crossed to recover from the effects of jet lag.
- Billy and I had to wake up at the crack of dawn and my jet lag still haunts my sleeping pattern.
- Apparently, urine drinking is increasingly popular with the sushi generation, who believe it may be the cure of many ills, including jet lag.
- Rapid transition through multiple time zones causes jet lag, which can be prevented by melatonin.
- We all had a couple of days here to recover from ferocious jet lag.
- She travelled a lot but there was never any jet lag or fuss.
- In division one the recently returned Mr Loy fired an impressive 42 points, shaking off the last effects of his jet lag.
- Despite returning from the States the previous day jet lag did not deter her scoring a brilliant goal playing at half forward.
- ‘I guess we have jet lag,’ said the tall one with the blonde hair and chiselled chin.
- Unlike those around him, the naturalised German citizen's only physical ailment was jet lag.
- Uncomfortable hours compounding the effects of his jet lag.
- Jo-Jo was a little lost but he's suffering from jet lag.
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