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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1patinarto go skating — ir a patinar
- We skated with and met lots of new fools over the past two months.
- I started skating in a toddler and parent class at the Skating Club of Wilmington.
- Aureli began skating when she was six and started competing in dance at eight.
- Buys was a late starter in skating, not taking to the ice until she was nine.
- They kept good speed throughout the program, skated with flow and confidence.
- Karam comes from a skating family and began skating when she was three years old.
- People in London regard in line skating as a recreational sport more than anything else.
- These are definitely the most comfortable skates I have ever skated in.
- I skated up and down my sloped neighborhood streets, analyzing the sources of my anxiety and how to relieve them.
- John, who is two years younger than his sister, also began skating when he was nine.
- He skates for four hours a day, five days a week, and sometimes another two hours on Saturday.
- I told my mother I wanted to ice skate, but she didn't skate, and she was afraid to take me out on the ice.
- Gregory skated in singles up to the national level in novice ladies.
- Now it's a gorgeous day and we should be able to attract lots of good attention as we skate down the coast.
- We sat on the mezzanine floor where I was amazed by the sight of hip young waiters as they literally skated by, on roller skates, while balancing laden trays in their hands.
- Sophie started skating at the Altrincham Ice Rink four years ago, and was devastated when it was closed in April.
- Figure skating includes four disciplines - singles men and ladies skating, pairs skating, and ice dancing.
- Racers may scoff, but both Liz and I feel that a heel brake is required for safe street skating.
- The two-time World Junior bronze medalists skated close together.
- She walked across the Brooklyn Bridge, and then put on her rollerblades to skate up to work on 34th Street, about four miles way from here.
- Place each skate fillet in the center; season and spread some basil and olives on top.
- Put the skate into a large, shallow pan and add enough water to cover it.
- Cod, hake, whiting, mackerel and skate as well as shellfish were pulled from the sea.
- Who knew that grilled skate wing went nicely with a hot, red smear of sambal?
- Most recently, a gorgeous wild mushroom truffle soup stood out, along with a generous plate of skate dressed in an intense caper sauce.
- Mr Wells had hooked a large flatfish which he thought was a skate, but it turned out to be a stingray and it wound its tail round his arm and stuck a four-inch spike into him.
- Things like halibut and skate were decidedly strange - a bit like vegetables that swam.
- Only skate, a little soggy in white wine and lemon, and skirt steak - which might benefit from marinating or some garlic - don't quite match up.
- We ate fish soup, mussels, oysters, skate in brown butter and my aunt's tomato salad.
- Pan-seared skate's lobsterlike richness is offset by tarragon and grapefruit.
- We used to sell mostly skate, cod and rock salmon but now the Chinese want lobster and Dover sole, while the West Indians want snapper.
- Galicians specialize in trencherman food: suckling pig, grilled skate, pulpy octopus speckled with sea salt and paprika.
- Most of the skate sold in fish shops is in fact thornback ray, and in the Southeast the fish has the local name roker.
- The freshwater sawfish, a ray, is related to stingrays, skates, sharks, and other fishes with cartilaginous skeletons.
- We had an amuse-bouche of lobster bisque with skate, a good strong flavour to get the juices flowing.
- If cod and haddock are overfished, monkfish and common skate threatened, farmed salmon tainted with dyes and antibiotics and game fish riddled with mercury, what are we meant to eat?
- Delicate skate in a grainy mustard sauce is bolstered by a forceful bed of savoy cabbage and water chestnuts.
- Throughout the western fjords, a hash of skate is cooked.
- While a fine food, skate numbers in UK and European waters are very low and this fish is officially recognised as an endangered species.
- I'll have to get the skate from Boston, and I doubt I'll be able to find any that isn't frozen, but I'll let you know.
- Melt some butter until it becomes foamy and brown, toss in some capers and lemon juice, and splash it onto the skate with a good grinding of black pepper and some chopped parsley.
- Like the skate, this more delicate fish was simply perfect.
- In some areas small skates and dogfish (a small shark species) appear to have taken over the cod's niche in the ecosystem.
- After a total of forty minutes of heaving, the skate broke surface by the side of the boat.
- The cooking possesses an apparent simplicity - but this should fool no one: it takes ten minutes and 30 years to cook a wing of skate to this degree of perfection.
- From the same family as rays, skates are bottom-dwelling fish usually found in shallow coastal waters.
- If, like me, you adore the meaty flesh and sweet flavour of fresh skate, and you have not asked your fishmonger to remove the skin, then you will need to resort to the toolbox before dinner.
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