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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- It also boasts an unmatched ventilation and antifog system, removable interior cheek pads and a sturdy chinstrap that can be removed to allow cleaning or replacement.
- As Pedregon approached the end of the track, his chinstrap came off, forcing him to get off the throttle.
- When I mentioned his chinstrap swinging, he grew irritated, abruptly grabbed his strap, and snapped it.
- Then, put the helmet on, snap the chinstrap, and then roll your thumb on the GPS wheel.
- The current chinstrap is a two point design, having an open chincup and two adjustable buckles and a single snap fastener on the left.
- As Carly went to the window, Alexandra released her chinstrap and pulled off the helmet.
- They will also have sturdy chinstraps with solid rivets.
- He not only started from way back, but he had to drive the final 16 laps with one hand holding on to his helmet after the chinstrap came loose.
- While washing Redtail 213, a wash team had on protective gear: splash-proof goggles, gloves, and cranials with cinched chinstraps.
- After the ball falls to the grass, Couch angrily unsnaps the chinstrap on his helmet and looks down.
- A loose chinstrap allows a helmet to flop around, and thereby leaves you, the user, susceptible to injury in the event of a crash.
- I don't think Reggie had his chinstrap fastened, and as Jackie Slater was blocking him, Reggie's helmet fell down over his face.
- The hatch was open, and she carefully climbed into the cockpit, settling the helmet over her head and not noticing the worn chinstrap or the initials MR etched in the back.
- He's wearing his helmet, although he hasn't bothered to buckle the chinstrap.
- I unsnapped my chinstrap and removed my Kevlar helmet, balancing it on the muzzle of my rifle.
- It featured a plastic liner fitted into a removable shell and a web chinstrap with a breakaway release.
- Sweat drips from the helmet chinstraps of the engineers who have fitted the demolition charges to the house's steel doors.
- But he has long, wavy hair and a scruffy red goatee that was so long he had to fold it underneath his chinstrap.
- The corpsman and doc told me I was lucky that I had worn my cranial and had cinched the chinstrap.
- Willow, cooing softly, managed to get the bridle over her head and the chinstrap secure before the horse reared again.
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