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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- The webpage also provides access to additional entertainment and leisure experiences; anything from a Cher concert, a Harbour Bridge climb, water rafting or a romantic majestic cruise on a Sydney showboat.
- The show tells of the fortunes, and misfortunes, of Magnolia, the daughter of the owner of the showboat and her gambler husband Gaylord Ravenal.
- Back in the days of showboats (when people in most nooks and crannies of the nation were familiar with Shakespeare, however crudely presented) one impresario wintered his four-boat fleet here.
- I thought that given a better part he could have fulfilled the promise he showed but not as the stereotyped gambler with a heart, which has so littered the American musical scene since Gaylord Ravenal applied for a job on a showboat.
- With fighting, trash-talking, cursing, and endzone dances strictly prohibited, the only type of player not welcome in the USFTL is a showboat.
- City officials have inspected tourist showboats in recent months after it was discovered the boats were releasing untreated waste into the ocean.
- Many Barth obsessions creep up here, among them Maryland's Chesapeake River, the Arabian Nights, Noah's Ark and even a showboat named the Original Floating Opera II.
- Before the Civil War, there was definitely an American river of that name, and steamboats, including showboats like the one commanded by Commodore Jackson, could navigate the river.
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- And how would the United captain have responded to him showboating and losing possession, allowing Norwich to go up the other end and double their lead?
- ‘The Bull’ made it a fight with Harrison occasionally showboating after being hit.
- The snap had momentarily been drained from Hatton's punches though, and Vilches was gaining confidence, as he occasionally showboated and puffed out his chest in a sign of machismo, in a way that only South Americans know how.
- They voice their concern that Jordan won't stop showboating when they're filming her.
- How many knew or worried about their dead relatives' organs until they were stirred up by showboating politicians, chancing lawyers, and medical crusaders?
- ‘It's not our nature to showboat or to take credit,’ she continues.
- He was young and handsome yet modest: He did not showboat in front of the camera and he was unassuming around his colleagues here at the UN press club.
- And look at her, showboating for the cameras.
- While he is off showboating as ‘Archbishop of New York,’ Daily is content to go by the unassuming title of Bishop of Brooklyn.
- I showboated and he knocked me down with a stiff left.
- I couldn't believe how quickly my instincts came back; I was as slick with the trackball as ever, even showboating a tad when possible.
- Sure, the Ravens still won the game, but any time you see a player who is showboating get shown up, it's a good day.
- Why knock someone who at least is playing the game and not showboating?
- He likes death-wish powerboating, ballooning at stratospheric altitudes and showboating for the cameras in fancy dress with scantily-clad hired women.
- A natural athlete, he made up for it by showboating in his favorite sports: skateboarding and surfing.
- The talk was about knockdown pitches thrown to hitters who had showboated after hitting home runs.
- Sweden are showboating now, passing the ball around while running down the clock.
- When the over-confident Ricky starts showboating, Bobby knocks him for a loop.
- And look, you can keep showboating for the cameras, but we made clear what our views are.
- It doesn't get much better than this and in the middle of the second half the England players could begin showboating.
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