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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- Helen joins in a game of archery with a group of enthusiastic children.
- She was practicing archery, and had totally missed the target and was yelling at it.
- The form of combat which Simeon prefers is archery, where the arrows have no sharp end, but a rubber stopper.
- A huge range of activities are on offer from horse riding to archery to golf to keep people entertained.
- Often she would go riding, or practise her archery and fencing, all of which she was extremely skilled at.
- The activities covered everything from archery to water sports and rock climbing.
- There's lots to choose from: tennis, football, golf, archery, riding, canoeing.
- All dangerous sports were banned but archery was seen as essential to maintaining the country's military strength.
- They say children watch wrestling on television instead of playing traditional sports such as archery.
- All young men in medieval villages were expected to practice archery so there were many skilled archers to be found.
- He was useless with a sword, missed his targets in archery, fell off his horse as soon as he got on, and in general hated fighting.
- They are used to stop the hands and body shaking while competing in sports such as shooting and archery.
- It is quite obvious that to improve in archery we need to practice and improve our power of concentration.
- They have witnessed many Olympic events, including basketball, cycling, football and archery.
- Try your hand at coin-striking, archery or even crossbow firing and watch as the soldiers round up new recruits.
- Live theatre, games, dancing, arts and crafts and archery, bring to life the Middle Ages.
- Thompson is a sports freak, with archery, cricket and scuba diving among his passions.
- Sportsmen and women took part in a total of 10 sports which ranged from archery to snooker and rifle shooting to swimming.
- They can have a go at ringo rides, high rope courses, rock climbing, orienteering and archery.
- Renee got hooked on the sport after trying archery during a camping holiday to France with her husband, Ian.
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