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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- That is the case with dangerous tools, such as lawn mowers, chainsaws, and automobiles.
- Please take extreme care outdoors at the moment, and ensure that any equipment you use such as tractors, mowers, brush cutters and chainsaws are safe from spark ignition.
- The loggers come to the forest with mechanical chainsaws, cut the trees down indiscriminately and load them onto trucks before leaving the forest as if nothing had happened.
- According to the Killarney councillor, a practice has emerged in recent years of using handsaws axes and even chainsaws to cut holly branches.
- Red Cross centres are also running low on supplies, with shortages of water tanks, pumps, hoses, chainsaws and hand tools.
- She was currently what can only be described as hacking the beast up, using the delicate surgery use tools like hatchets and chainsaws.
- When the design is finalised, Paul moves in with his chainsaw.
- Ice-divers in Canada use chainsaws, but a chainsaw would not be much use on a wreck.
- Some got out of the van armed with spray-paint cans while others came out carrying metal bats, chainsaws, hatchets and sledgehammers.
- Here the construction never ceases: chainsaws, lawn mowers, and leaf blowers are in perpetual motion, as if there were no days, and never Sundays.
- Behind this thin veil of trees, chainsaws, mechanical diggers and gold-rush fever have taken their toll.
- I use chainsaws and sanders - working with those for hours can really do you in.
- He used chainsaws and hand chisels during the work.
- They took lawn mowers, strimmers, chainsaws, as well as drills and tools totalling about £3,000.
- Among the huge haul of tools taken from Mr Walker's farm were two chainsaws, jacks, grinders and spanners.
- Labor's newest recruit has given support to a proposed pulp mill, but wants chainsaws kept away from the state's oldest timber.
- The rest bring their own pruning saws, chainsaws, rakes, trimmers, blowers and whatever else is needed and do the work that is set out in the yearly planner.
- He uses green timber, and works as a sculptor, with chainsaws and blow torches, celebrating the grain of the wood.
- Industry turned from the manufacture of tanks and other war materiel to the manufacture of log skidders, Caterpillar tractors, and chainsaws.
- I should state that I work with chainsaws, axes, and many sharp tools.
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