In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- However, if you are not, the Bible will always remain to you an unopened book - that is unless you have a change of heart.
- Does anyone know what was in the unopened fed ex box in CASTAWAY?
- If you're lucky there'll even be better part of a packet of Pringles, half a fruit pie, a carton of OJ and an unopened slab of Brie.
- A pile of unopened presents remain beneath the Christmas tree - all bought for Dan.
- The harassed postmen say the situation at the sorting office is utter chaos, with sacks of unopened mail.
- Lew agreed, but the box remained unopened in the bottom drawer of his desk for several weeks until one day he wondered what it would be like to smoke one.
- These will last unopened for many months, but refrigerate once opened and eat fairly soon.
- We wandered some more, opened some unopened doors, and oops - we found the cops.
- They had received so many floral tributes that they had to open up a previously unopened part of the gardens.
- My umbrella remains unopened, because I'm simply enjoying this feeling.
- Yesterday, the door of the building had been forced open and weeks of unopened mail was scattered across the floor.
- There were shelves and shelves of videos, and a box of unopened blanks on the table by the generator.
- I've lost count as to how much unopened mail I have, but it's certainly over 30 letters.
- But his sculpting tools are clean and neglected, the clay in unopened packets.
- I opened them noticing that there were two teardrops on the unopened envelope.
- But for now that must wait while I busy myself with laundry and hoovers and unopened mail.
- Then doors close, bells ring unheeded and letters remain unopened and unacknowledged.
- No door will remain unopened in determining the best use of this prime location.
- Perhaps it would be sensible to leave the champagne unopened.
- The other, unopened, device, was sent to the head of the Spanish conservatives, Jose Ignacio Salafranca.
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