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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- It took all my concentration just to remain balanced on the higher air pocket, as if I were balancing a surfboard on a beach ball.
- When I look up, the security guard is gone and one side of the mall has become a tropical beach, white sand, warm yellow sun, palm trees, a beach ball, and I walk towards it, wanting it, needing it.
- The cheers and screams of excitement lead the giant beach ball to be tossed into the water without a further second's thought.
- But just before the pitch, first base ump Larry Young called ‘time’ because a beach ball had rolled onto the field near the backstop behind the catcher.
- He turned away from her, and picked up the beach ball.
- She resurfaced and Svetlana served the beach ball.
- As they were waiting for the event to begin, they noticed a big beach ball bouncing around the crowd, traveling up the stands and down, back, forth.
- During a party for the kids a year ago, everyone played softball, with a beach ball being used for the ball.
- ‘I want you to show Justin that he's not the toughest fireman on the block,’ she said with a playful challenge, rising to grab the beach ball floating by.
- I also displayed a basketball, a beach ball and a baseball.
- Adrianne muttered before tossing the beach ball at me.
- Mathematicians express this by saying that the surface of a beach ball and that of the earth are topologically equivalent.
- You can also write the details on an inflated beach ball and then deflate it to mail or give to the invitee.
- On the sand, Nat's got a beach ball out, and she keeps hitting it to Ev.
- With Mike Stanton pitching, a strike was called, but third base umpire Lance Diaz had called ‘time’ just before the pitch because a beach ball rolled onto the field.
- In Einstein's new theory, spacetime can have curvature, like the surface of a beach ball has curvature, compared to the flat top of a table, which doesn't.
- Sasha set up the lawn chair on the porch, put her lemonade on the table next to it, and lay down as Patrick and Annie Munoz played with a beach ball.
- She blew a gigantic bubble the size of a beach ball.
- In the pond where Otis, a Brazilian otter, once thrilled visitors with his spectacular antics, his orange beach ball floated, waiting patiently for Otis to take it for a spin.
- The book itself is bright yellow and blue, and it has a lime green convertible and a bouncing beach ball on the cover.
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