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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- Unfortunately, the other player involved was well in with the manager, his blue-eyed boy, and I was the one who was ostracised.
- The blue-eyed boys captured the prize over their competitors.
- He was my blue-eyed boy, and couldn't do anything wrong.
- The series follows the adventures of this man and how his being a blue-eyed boy of the king wins him many enemies.
- If that wasn't already apparent, the recent case of the blue-eyed boys of American Football, the Dallas Cowboys, brought it into sharp relief.
- Ronnie was on the rebound because dad went off travelling around the world and there he was, having been the blue-eyed boy, dropped.
- It came as little surprise when the blue-eyed boy who excelled at his high school in Woodford Green, east London, wrote in his year book of his dream to be Prime Minister.
- But that sort of made me the blonde-haired, blue-eyed boy for the company after that.
- A champion swimmer and blue-eyed boy of his parents, Sanjay finds that his world completely changes after he gets the disease.
- He is the housewives' choice for victory, the blue-eyed boy of British motor racing at the moment whose chances for this weekend have been talked high enough to reach the layer of thick clouds that stretched across Silverstone.
- Is the ‘de facto’ leader of the Opposition seeing this as an opportunity to reinstate the blue-eyed boy to his, what some consider, rightful place in the party?
- Just now, he enjoys City favour for his achievements to date, but he should take note of his friend's experiences and how being the blue-eyed boy doesn't guarantee the City will always love him.
- When opportunity came, he did not hesitate to dump his mentor to become a blue-eyed boy of the then chief minister.
- Such celluloid misrepresentation has cast the people as wily torturers of blue-eyed boys, and their homeland as a tropical hellhole.
- Fortunately, as the couple keep on reminding each other proudly, Kurt is the boss's blue-eyed boy: whenever there is any overtime, it is Kurt who is first in line.
- In the shorter term, if there are deals to be done, he believes it is the hedge funds - currently the blue-eyed boys of the market - who will be making moves.
- If the UK operation has been the black sheep in the family, its asset management division has been the blue-eyed boy.
- Schneider is something of a blue-eyed boy for Voller, summing up the spirit he demands of his team.
- It wasn't long before one of his blue-eyed boys got impatient with the company despite its aggressive marketing focus.
- But most of all, it helps that he has a mysterious wow factor that makes him the blue-eyed boy of the ad world.
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