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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- Bolton shopkeepers and businesses have spent a lot of time and money to encourage visitors to their town.
- Manufacturers, shopkeepers, and vendors rounded up their prices to an even number.
- One day, he noticed a small boy who ran into the shop, handed some flowers to the shopkeeper, and asked for a meal.
- Plans to lease five rooms in the old town hall to traders have drawn fierce reaction from shopkeepers.
- Why were the Indian shopkeepers driven out when now there are no shops at all?
- Meanwhile, shopkeepers, market stall holders and restaurateurs are losing money.
- When we walk into a shop we get sneered at by the shopkeeper and we are not left to walk about the shop freely.
- They are asking the public and shopkeepers to be aware of people trying to change large numbers of coins into notes.
- In the meantime, as part of a protest, shopkeepers could refuse to pay their business rates.
- The shopkeepers were not just dealers but they were collectors of good books.
- You see, in most other parts of the country, shopkeepers install bells on the doors of their shops.
- He picked up an item from the shop and agreed to pay its price to the shopkeeper.
- The girl's terrified screams alerted a shopkeeper and his friend who managed to kick the animals away.
- The procession is a boon for shopkeepers in the area, especially restaurateurs.
- They were all shopkeepers, tradesmen, workers, and such, not leading men of Boston.
- Other traders and the shopkeepers whose overheads are very high can tell similar stories.
- I dashed into a shop and told the shopkeeper that I had to use his phone urgently.
- Women also frequently work in family businesses as shopkeepers and seamstresses.
- The dance critics may be undecided, but the hoteliers and shopkeepers of the capital salute her.
- During the day, shopkeepers and businesses hang their laundry out to dry in the parking spaces.
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