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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- They come to a placard mounted on the wall, displaying a map of the Palace's three floors.
- The Metro stations are tidy, the advertising placards on the walls are artistic and very French.
- Workers carried banners and placards accusing employers of using unemployment to drive down wages and conditions.
- Workers carried placards and banners, and raised slogans against privatisation and increases in electricity prices.
- Similarly, a placard carrying a message on road safety has been displayed at the Time Keeper's office in every depot.
- The article says that his followers already have the placards for the demonstrations printed up and stored for use.
- The protestors were carrying banners and placards and they were raising slogans against the government and the security forces.
- The students carried placards and posters on water conservation.
- We have thrown all our resources into ensuring posters, placards and stickers carrying the anti-war message are out across Britain.
- Each person was forced to sign an agreement not to carry placards or banners, shout slogans, or wear clothes with written words of complaint.
- Protesters carried banners and placards denouncing the move.
- The protest march, which was over a mile and a half long, included tractors, farm machinery and farmers carrying placards.
- Teachers carried banners and placards calling for the right to organise and to strike.
- It was a schoolroom by day and on each of the four walls there were placards on which were written the four main verbs: do, make, say and think.
- There were one or two pro-hunting demonstrators carrying placards saying polls showed a majority in favour of hunting.
- Students painted their bodies with slogans or carried hand-written placards condemning the drive to war.
- One demonstrator even carried a placard saying ‘Self employed worker on strike’.
- Instead, anyone who wants to take part carries on with their normal day, but carries a placard or banner while out and about.
- The workers waved placards during an hour-long public demonstration in the central city, and will continue doing so twice a week.
- This positive value was most eloquently summed up in a placard carried by a pregnant demonstrator in New York City on February 15th, 2003.
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