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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- Sophia shook her head, shrugged, and continued to skip down the stairs with enthusiasm and pep.
- These games, interspersed with song and dance numbers, added pep to the whole show and saw the participation of the older generation.
- In the case of Britain, while the gains are less spectacular, punters going there will also have extra pep in their step.
- I groaned as she launched into a speech that was way too loud and full of pep for the morning.
- Oh, but I was very tired by the end of the evening and driving home took the last of my pep, so off to bed with me.
- It also had enough pep to cope with higher speeds and was perfectly happy in its top-end performance.
- Those who follow his advice should feel themselves fresh, charming, agile, vigorous, and full of pep.
- I've been thinking that I'd like to replace my current car with one that gets 50 mpg, but figured with putting that criteria first and foremost, spaciousness and driving pep would suffer.
- When the moment came, the buffs took to their feet with pep and vigour.
- Not surprisingly, depressed people lack pep and energy.
- To add pep to the proceedings, a surprise guest from the film world was to make her appearance onstage, soon after the formal inauguration was over.
- Spiritualism added the necessary pep to the cult of the nation.
- I have enough pep, thank you, I'm just saving it for when I get home.
- I always return from weekend workshops with major pep in my step, looking forward to (rather than dreading) my next day at work.
- In this vein, the 2001 cast mounted their roles with pep and enthusiasm.
- Leftovers of this salad keep surprisingly well - though they do lose a bit of pep and crunch - for up to two days in the refrigerator, sealed in an airtight container.
- But if he's reading this, I'd really love to find out what gives the man so much pep.
- Well, you know, it has got a lot of pep, it's got a lot of zip.
- She had also been flocked, and now her pep and spirit were pretty much gone.
- It begins with some pep as the drums warm up to a breakbeat, but the band proceeds to wander into a straight-ahead punk frolic, then later to standard down-tempo balladry.
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