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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- That said, work is moving along swimmingly, and, for the most part, I had a fine weekend.
- All went swimmingly until I decided to alter my templates.
- The relationship went swimmingly for seven months.
- It's assumed that all required paperwork was processed swimmingly.
- All was going swimmingly well - and then the record company dropped them after spending a small fortune making demos.
- I met with him this morning and at length we discussed that things have not been going swimmingly.
- The trip is going swimmingly well so far, I must say.
- On Friday I finally got my network changed on my mobile. Apparently, it ‘normally goes swimmingly.’
- All seemed to be going swimmingly - the satellite signal was nice and strong, the ISDN line connected with no problem, we were ready to broadcast.
- This time, however, the journey goes swimmingly.
- Everything was going swimmingly - and then people started dying.
- He'll no doubt get along swimmingly with his new boss.
- And apart from that, I said, it went swimmingly.
- The whole plan went swimmingly for the entire school year.
- Everything was going swimmingly for the challenger until scandal erupted.
- All went swimmingly until her co-star broke his knee playing volleyball.
- Now they're getting along swimmingly, if you will.
- September, October, November and the first half of December all went swimmingly well.
- Things were going swimmingly, I thought, until I collapsed from sheer mental and physical exhaustion.
- The conversation had not been going swimmingly, and I'll take part of the blame for the chilly turn.
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