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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- As I have remarked before, you should not be put off by the catchpenny title.
- ‘She is an example of a well-known phenomenon of people who almost consciously write catchpenny entertainment they know is well beneath them,’ he said.
- Don't let your lip curl at the catchpenny title - the book contains much that would be of value to any writer.
- Indeed, by this time I'd gone off his work in a big way, largely because of his sonnets, which I thought were atrocious and boring, somewhat catchpenny.
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