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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- Ted uses lots of catchy songs, puzzles and word games to help the children have fun and learn while watching.
- They know how to sit down, put their words to a tune, and craft it into a catchy song.
- However, every track is a gem of poetry and the tunes are disarmingly catchy.
- When it comes to soundtracks, all a film needs is a couple catchy tunes to hook the record buyer.
- I walk out of movies and plays, and I never accept invitations to operas that have no catchy tunes in them.
- Besides, it was a catchy tune, and the people didn't have to know what it meant in order to enjoy it.
- A song with a catchy tune and outstanding lyrics might do a lot to fill the cinema theatres.
- Losing All Control is the only hint of a darker edge, but even then they can't resist a catchy chorus.
- They've shown that there is more to advertising than a catchy slogan and a memorable logo.
- As with any expectant new band, one of the first decisions that had to be made was to choose a catchy name.
- Then The Smiths came on Top of the Pops with an odd, catchy tune called This Charming Man.
- In this case, the Strokes return the favour by turning in some tuneful, varied and above all catchy songs.
- On Painkiller, Griffin's soft falsetto floats above a catchy chorus and sweet pop melody.
- All this takes place on a beautiful set that shimmers like an icicle, and includes catchy songs by Tim Hans Smith.
- It mixes innocent fun with catchy songs, an eye-catching setting and easy things for the audience to do.
- Cole Porter's brilliantly catchy songs sound as good today as they ever did.
- While the vocalists have an ear for a catchy turn of phrase, there isn't much substance to back it up.
- It is a very catchy tune and is getting a lot of airplay on the local radio stations.
- They've come up with all manner of catchy slogans designed to tip the scales in their favour.
- There are a few catchy tunes for the kids to sing along with, but even these seem to be too few and far between.
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