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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- The following year, the council put forward a suggestion to create an open air school on the outskirts of the city.
- Gardaí believe the youths had earlier crashed a car on the outskirts of the city at Mallow Road.
- This involved a day-long excursion to a farm and lake on the outskirts of the city.
- Our hotel was in a suburb on the outskirts of the city, and was noticeably shabbier than the one we had in Newark.
- Not everyone is agreed that Green Lane on the outskirts of the town, as it is at the moment, is the ideal place for a hospital.
- The former, for example, resulted in the creation of shanty towns on the outskirts of the major cities.
- It's hard to say because there were so many wonderful things from the people to the beaches on the outskirts of the city.
- The place hums with urgent activity, but on the outskirts of the town the simpler pleasures in life are easier to find.
- My first term was spent sharing a room with a schoolfriend in a motel on the outskirts of the city.
- On the outskirts of the city by the river I watch washerwomen scrub clothes at giant water tanks.
- It formally began manufacturing at its facility on the outskirts of Carlow town six weeks ago.
- The site covers 17 acres of the most valuable tracts of land on the outskirts of the city.
- Camera crews spent two days filming in the red light district on the outskirts of Bolton town centre.
- On the outskirts of town, soldiers in fatigues continued to focus on their search.
- On the outskirts of a city, visibility is limited to the first row of houses.
- But we also have reduced road space and built I don't know how many new homes on the outskirts of town.
- In recent years, the allotment of plots is speeding up in towns and on the outskirts of the bigger cities.
- On the outskirts of the city, a modern toll road appears from nowhere and soars over lush rice fields.
- Then there are all the large pubs on the outskirts of our towns and villages whose car parks are full at night.
- Previously, visitors avoided using it and parked on the outskirts of town.
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