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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- It is proposed that the bridge will follow the line of an existing structure, namely the weir.
- Terrorist acts undermine the very basic of human rights, namely the right to live.
- Plenty of people are of the same opinion as I am, namely that it's a tedious slog.
- Investing overseas also introduces an extra level of risk, namely that of currency risk.
- All met the national criteria, namely that there had been significant numbers of accidents.
- I am pleased to learn that we are back to the traditional method of voting this year, namely the ballot box.
- They do not foresee the triggers for a crash, namely a sharp rise in interest rates or a dive into recession.
- Romose analysed the productivity of mosses at a very specific site, namely on rocks.
- As such, the book is a reminder of what I already knew, namely that spies are very boring people.
- It is bored with just doing history and it wants more subjects, namely biology and Latin.
- So you're not the biggest geek here, there's someone here just as big a geek as you - namely, me!
- They also receive full social benefits, namely national insurance and health coverage.
- However, of late they have been used for an altogether different purpose namely as a dumping ground.
- If you do that, the body will have no choice but to turn to other sources of energy, namely stored fat.
- Most of his resources must be deployed where most of the crime is, namely urban areas.
- I grew up in a home where I was taught from an early age that there is a Supreme Being, namely God.
- This holiday mood has caused me to recall one of the great traditions of these days, namely shopping.
- As for me I have hoped to vote for the party I most agree with, namely the Green Party.
- I accept that the world is still as it always has been - namely, frightening and unsafe.
- I love how certain themes pop up in all of his movies, namely the sanctity of nature.
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