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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- South Africa have competed at the last two World Cup tournaments and three African Nations Cup finals.
- Activities will include tennis coaching, co-ordination games, multi sport tournaments and lots more.
- The Greeks proved in the European Championships that winning games, and tournaments, needn't be a pretty spectacle now.
- The Oklahoma City native competes in bass fishing tournaments and would one day like to do so full time.
- I like big events and know how to prepare for and focus on big games and tournaments.
- Myself and the lads I worked with would all swap shifts and take alternate weekends off, which was great because it allowed me to compete in tournaments.
- Some coaches would laugh at team bowling tournaments, at weightlifting competition and the like.
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- The two sides meet at the start of the tournament in a game as important and as big as England's clash with France.
- He said all competitions or tournaments that were scheduled to take place this weekend should go ahead as arranged.
- The two-set victory left May and Walsh as the only team that have not dropped a single game in the tournament.
- But it was a false dawn because they haven't won a game at the tournament since.
- In fact, they lost all their games in both tournaments by cricket scores.
- She competed regularly in junior tournaments throughout Ohio and was good enough to play in national events.
- In 14 World Cup games in five previous tournaments Korea had not won a match.
- England beat them in the semi-final in one of the best games of the tournament.
- These days, you need to take breaks and rejuvenate yourself, because the tournaments are getting more competitive.
- Unlike many of the games in the tournament this one was played without fear by both teams.
- At the time, teams competed in both tournaments, and both were equally important.
- In this, the first game of the tournament, the North West take on the Midlands.
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- During times of peace, the tournament was the setting for displays of military and equestrian skill.
- Hunting and tournaments, at least for some nobles, began to give way to a lively interest in culture and education.
- Two stimulating papers look at tournaments and trial by battle: courtly violence in the vein of what has been discussed above.
- What no one could expect was the death, in July, of Henry II of France in an accident at a tournament.
- The Black Knight tournament is held twice a year, once in the fall term, and again in the winter term.
- Warwick Castle has been staging jousting tournaments since the 12 th century, so they really should have the hang of it by now.
- Geoffrey was fatally wounded in a tournament in Paris and the baby was born afterwards, in 1187.
- So he decides to pretend he's the knight and enter a big old jousting tournament.
- It examines chivalric ritual and tournament, much of which took place at Greenwich.
- Heraldry originated in medieval warfare and tournaments when it was necessary to identify knights who were completely covered in armour.
- The mêlée tournaments of this period were extremely rough affairs.
- Later the same year Albany was killed by a lance splinter at a tournament in Paris.
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