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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- Such couples often go for made-to-order cards with expensive custom logos and photographs to put a personal stamp on the invitations.
- Most of her pieces are made-to-order with a wee bit of the customer's taste incorporated into her basic design.
- The electronic network can also be used to ensure the delivery of fresh flowers or made-to-order lunch boxes.
- We believe that we can corner a niche market by supplying individual, made-to-order iron work at a low cost to people across the North West and, eventually, the UK.
- Whether you're looking for seafood, Angus beef, made-to-order pasta or traditional breakfast fare, you won't leave hungry.
- Companies are approaching this new world with caution, and with good reason: The Web can find plenty of customers for made-to-order products, but retooling a factory to spit out thousands of faultless variations on a theme is no easy job.
- Using a combination of infrared and sonar technology, the made-to-order £10, 500 automaton will be able to detect the presence of people venturing into the aquarium's entrance lobby, on the south bank of the Thames.
- We initially produced made-to-order items for our buyers, who came directly to our workshop here.
- So petro-chemicals are added to produce a made-to-order range of light pink to red coloring.
- In more recent years they are wearing real steel armour, which can cost thousands of pounds for a made-to-order complete set, and costumes made from pure wool and linen and generally hand-stitched.
- We create each made-to-order dish fresh and put every ounce of our considerable skill and knowledge to work to make you the best meal possible.
- The surfacing of the second tool of this type rebuts the earlier suggestion that the tool was special and made-to-order.
- An expert at balloon sculpture was a big hit with the kids who wanted made-to-order balloons that resembled animals and birds.
- Brides, bridesmaids and mothers-of-the-bride can either purchase outfits made-to-order, buy off the rack or hire from the store.
- Over the years, Superquinn has worked with exclusive suppliers to create a range of ‘destination products’ dear to Irish palates, including a custom-designed potato and made-to-order sausages.
- The instruments were insured but now we have no instruments to play and we are talking about waiting months rather than weeks as they are made-to-order.
- While the retail garment business is still unfavorable, made-to-order products, usually glamorous evening dresses, are a good source of income.
- Now he produces toothsome truffles, made-to-order creations such as a chocolate lorry for a 60-year-old juggernaut driver, from his aromatic premises Monk Bar Chocolatiers in Goodramgate, York.
- Mealtime Your Pines Lodge package includes a free breakfast daily at the property's Grouse Mountain Grill - a hearty spread of made-to-order omelets, homemade sausages, fluffy biscuits, oatmeal, fresh fruit and yogurt.
- In 1907, when an inner-city train ticket cost between three and five sen, a made-to-order suit required an average of twenty to twenty-five yen.
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