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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- Last night I had an awesome chat on the phone with Mel, my friend back in Canberra.
- Back to back they sound awesome, as does most of the rest of the album.
- One feels so helpless, so small in the face of such awesome power being so recklessly cast about.
- For the purposes of this review, we will use Paddy's as the archetypal awesome bar.
- I feel honored to be able to help out these excellent people with such an awesome event.
- York Minster, 250 years in the building, is an awesome display of the creative genius of man.
- To take one's own life or to terminate the life of another out of mercy is to exercise the most awesome power imaginable.
- Being able to stand so close really enables you to get a feel of the real power in the waterfall, it really is an awesome spectacle.
- To see a hammerhead eat a surface bait is spectacular, but to see two fight over it is awesome!
- The birds' mother is also an awesome sight, as she flies onto the nest with a fish in her mouth to feed her young.
- Having said that, he is a thunderously awesome singer and had the engineers at Battery in absolute thrall.
- Some first impressions - Spotlight is pretty awesome and a positive move in desktop search.
- Heavy, heavy, sung in German, and laden with the most awesome riffs available in heavy metal today.
- The awesome majesty and power of these mountains is breathtaking and I look at them every day.
- What an awesome little idea, that I'm sure will soon get taken up by others.
- This girl can sing - and she did an awesome take on the song with only a few little issues with the notes.
- However, critics claim that the awesome size and alien appearance of the plants will spoil the landscape.
- Aside from that function being fun on its own, I found on it some awesome channels.
- In Perth, Australia are in the other pool, along with the awesome Dutch, England and Spain.
- The best way I can describe it is wanting to work with nature, of acknowledging its awesome power.
- The feeling you get from helping someone else is awesome and is returned to you ten-fold.
- It wants to crush any alternatives, and to intimidate the world with its awesome military power.
- Last week again Afghanistan was subjected to the awesome destructive power of the zilzila.
- Jacob was an awesome help to me too, setting up my floor lamp and my bed, and moving furniture around.
- We went shopping together yesterday, and he spent way too much money on me, and it was awesome.
- The Herbie Mash Trio were playing an awesome gig in W2 tonight before a capacity crowd.
- We ask you also to join us in praying for great wisdom for our world leaders upon whom rest such awesome responsibilities.
- I've been looking at it for a couple weeks and it's awesome, both design wise and linguistically.
- What will always stand out, though, is the awesome and incredibly magnificent make-up.
- More than 100,000 spectators were wowed by awesome aerobatics at Clacton Air Show.
- Our family has thus been confronted with the awesome effects of a single gene.
- One wonders what treasures may still remain buried and undiscovered, such is the awesome scale of the place.
- After that we went to the Brown Sugar Cafe and I had an awesome peanut butter and choc chip cookie.
- In the end political and military judgments have to be made and those who hold power have the awesome task of making them.
- This is ballet on tarmac and the high speeds involved make this an awesome spectacle.
- I've heard whispered tales of how ridiculous and awesome this movie is, but haven't seen it yet.
- Nor was there as yet any sign that the arguments had undermined men's belief in the awesome powers of an anointed king.
- This is the most amazing, awesome and deadly frightening image of fire that it's been my privilege to see.
- If Agathe's delivery matched his pace he would truly be an awesome player.
- The super-long socks that Frank bought me in England are the most awesome socks ever!
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