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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- Even the president of the country now says there's a question mark over whether elections can be held at the end of this month.
- Follow these steps to ensure that your children's future isn't a question mark.
- All of this leaves a huge question mark over Montenegro's future.
- But his mental toughness remains a question mark, which is a key to the consistency and determination required for Le Tour.
- Boston College didn't throw to him much, so Green's receiving skills are a question mark.
- He said a strike could put a question mark over fare levels and peripheral services, and that the pension fund situation made matters worse.
- Bury's uncertain future means there's a question mark over the club's youth and reserve teams next season.
- Without their support there would be a major question mark over the effectiveness of unilateral action.
- There was a big question mark over the Selby factory's future.
- Some character issues make him more of a question mark than he probably should be.
- There is even a question mark over whether the ambulance trust has acted within its statutory function by providing the service.
- The sacking also puts a question mark over her future in Congleton where she has been MP for more than 20 years.
- How he will react to the grind of a full NHL season, however, is a question mark.
- By how much, and exactly in which quarters, still has a little bit of a question mark over it, and we'll get back to that later.
- They further magnify the question mark over the police version of events.
- There is a significant question mark over the level of pensions which members expect to receive and what they will actually get.
- Although a huge question mark hangs over the next-generation technology, there are many folk going out of their way to get it working.
- He has gone from being a big question mark in 1999 to the team's most reliable offensive weapon.
- However, there is a question mark over the legality of such a loan under EU rules.
- But there are question marks over their sideline and that's a big question mark to have hanging over you.
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