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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- In India, of course, the problem is that they have too many bairns.
- We used to mix it with that Ministry of Food orange juice the bairns were issued around the 1950s.
- It was terrible what happened to those bairns,’ she said.
- Essentially, she was merely doing what high-earning parents are doing throughout Britain's university towns, jumping on the property price express as a means of helping pay for the bairns ' education.
- I accept at last the dreadful words of the divorce decree and agree to be as ‘one dead’ to you and the bairns.
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