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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- A week later, two rubes from Wyoming had somehow managed to become certified Nordic instructors.
- It's just not as simple as it used to be to round up the rubes and tell them what they believe.
- It's all about retailing efficiency, they tell us, as though we are gullible rubes who don't know that computers mean fewer retail clerks, more technological glitches, and much consumer frustration.
- In his self-satisfied sense of superiority, it never even occurred to him that he might have been addressing one of those ignorant rubes who voted for him.
- North Dakota might be a rural state, but the people aren't rubes.
- We just knew you prudish rubes would be upset and it would sell papers (which is, after all, the point of this business)!
- Or maybe I like hearing about a good con that separates the rubes from their money.
- Everyone suffers agonies of mortification that he'll seem a trailer-trash rube if he says out loud the plain truth that the modernist emperor has no clothes.
- You know, in today's business, everything is so cookie cutter and so formulaic, for a rube like Billy to hit like he has is a great thing.
- I get to talk to a couple of rubes like you.
- We have to enjoy every chance we can get to ridicule rubes from the South / Southwest.
- He initially doesn't have violence inside himself so much as ill will for the rubes he fleeces.
- The New York of her books is the one of legend: where a small-town rube goes to cast his or her lot against the forces of good fortune and hard luck, and there's no telling which you'll end up with.
- They went to war to wow the rubes and armchair patriots.
- First they said that only ignorant rubes doubted Darwin.
- The council often seems to think that New Yorkers are unsophisticated rubes, continually fleeced by crafty and unethical businesses.
- Megan and I decided beforehand that we'd play the part of two uneducated rubes looking for more information.
- You uncultured rubes probably think that having a vast army of servants slavishly waiting on you hand and foot is some great luxury.
- The argument is that big institutions can't get bamboozled by hype the way the rest of us rubes can.
- Even if they felt like rubes, they'd pretend otherwise, behind a screen of smart remarks.
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