In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Blu-Tack masculine trademark
- We had posters displayed on most estates, taped or stuck up with Blu-Tack, and they stayed up.
- Blu-Tack, which kept the posters from falling off my walls in college, is not just a handy tool, it's an art medium.
- The Care Quality Commission stressed that it has not banned magazines from waiting rooms, or set any rules about Blu-Tack.
- So I put some Blu-Tack and my little mini camera in my pocket and we stuck his pictures up underneath all these great big works of art.
- When asked about their extra gear they consider necessary to be professional landscape photographers, two said a tripod and the third wanted Blu-Tack to keep his filters in place and a notebook and pen!
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