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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- She suspects recipients' names and addresses have been picked randomly from an outdated telephone directory.
- In recent times the telephone directory has become one of the most useful reference books.
- It's probable that nearly all the houses in this prosperous suburb have fixed-line telephones, but it may be that a larger number than is usual are not listed in the telephone directory.
- German officers were forced to dial private suburban addresses from the Berlin telephone directory.
- Imagine you are looking for a name in a telephone directory, but you can't remember its exact spelling.
- You can find these phone numbers and addresses in your telephone directory.
- I have refused to have my telephone number taken out of the telephone directory.
- We refer, of course, to the telephone directory.
- Armed only with a telephone and a telephone directory, Jones began cold calling.
- Tens of thousands of York people recently received a new telephone directory - and a scratch card offering the chance to win up to £25,000.
- I can't remember, for example, the last time I used a telephone directory.
- He looked through a telephone directory and found Chris's address.
- And there is a dire need for a common telephone directory.
- Also, many people choose to be ex-directory - that is, they have taken action for their telephone numbers not to appear in a telephone directory.
- Alternatively, they can write directly to their water company, whose address can be found on a water bill or in the telephone directory.
- I might use a telephone directory or visit the shops.
- At the end of the book there is a book of emergency telephone numbers, a telephone directory and a map.
- He must have got my number from the telephone directory.
- Check the telephone directory for local emergency phone numbers and post these phone numbers by all telephones.
- I found his surname and address in the telephone directory and rang the number.
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