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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- But this is chicken feed compared to the loss of earnings for a year of full-time study.
- Surely it's not for the £500,000 paid for the serialisation rights - pure chicken feed to Britain's richest footballer.
- Set against that, the cost of hiring a studio for a week and a couple of producers is chicken feed.
- If the member calls $20 million chicken feed, then the Government should be paying the extra $16 million.
- But that absolutely is chicken feed compared to the numbers that will be paid through a highly negotiated collective arrangement.
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