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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- They say they are worried about the impact of extra traffic on already congested roads, the density of housing proposed for the site, and what will happen to electricity pylons which cross the land.
- After all, life on our congested city roads is stressful.
- Heavy loads will be transported through York and Selby on a special boat in a bid to cut traffic jams on the region's congested roads.
- The proposal for this was made three months back to bypass the congested city roads and help the bus drivers drive safely to various destinations.
- The traffic snarls and congested roads near schools hardly mattered for motorists, as they welcomed them with warm smiles and long grins.
- It can clear the traffic out of a congested area or impede your opponents.
- The aim of the £47.9 million project is to take 60 per cent of the traffic out of the congested town centre.
- Like many old Mylai streets, it is also a narrow and congested road with several street houses.
- Then the widened roads become congested with traffic again, sometimes immediately.
- The streets are often heavily congested with traffic such that a chauffeur driven car hire is almost a must.
- But the group insists that the size of the development is too large for the conservation area and would bring traffic havoc to already congested lanes.
- One would have thought that this area is already congested by traffic without introducing more by having buses in the area.
- The noise, the increased traffic in an already congested area, the effect it will have on the price of goods sold at the market and the changing of the neighbourhood's very make-up are all at stake, they say.
- Are we still in doubt about why our roads are so congested and traffic jams are the order of the day?
- Traffic jams and congested spaces under flyovers, where people stopped to escape getting wet, were a common sight.
- And what better time to do it than on a Sunday afternoon, when the congested city roads and bazaars are not as maddening a proposition to wade your way through as they are on a week day.
- Barring a few participants, who used four-wheelers, the rest meandered through the congested roads and lanes of the city in two-wheelers.
- A good dual carriageway with two lanes for ordinary traffic and one for buses has been reduced to a congested road with one lane for traffic and one bus lane each way.
- There were also warnings that property prices around the edge of the zone could fall as streets became congested with traffic trying to avoid the charge.
- Many of them said there was no reason to wear a seat belt because most of the streets in the city were so congested with traffic.
- To stave off colds, she should combine it with aconite at the first sign of a scratchy throat or a congested feeling in the head.
- One should be on watch for any soreness in the throat, a stuffy nose or congested chest because they are the early symptoms of the onset of disease.
- I was feeling super sick, congested, and not able to breathe, but with only another two days left to my trip, I didn't want to waste time laying in bed.
- I've had a cold that won't quit and I coughed through a bunch of the tape as I lay flat on my purple yoga mat and my nose and throat got more congested.
- The symptoms include itchy eyes, sneezing, and congested nostrils.
- After their night's respite, my congested bronchial tubes once more begin their noisy rattle.
- On the other hand, bronchodilator inhalers that open congested airways are a big part of asthma treatment, though they aren't used to treat allergies.
- Also, some mind-body practitioners believe a congested throat may signal that you're not expressing your feelings.
- So by all means, if you think your child's cold has gone on for more than seven days, and your child is still congested and perhaps coughing heavily, see your pediatrician.
- It reduces the histamine-based swelling produced by allergic reactions, so turn to it when congested sinuses or food alergies contribute to sleeplessness.
- She was taking two decongestants and a nasal steroid daily for allergies, but they weren't helping - she was always congested anyway.
- My ancestors employed the most infamous of techniques - the eyelash in the eye, the one congested nostril, and, of course, the itch on the back that couldn't be reached without an implement.
- The results of this battle mimic signs and symptoms of a cold - stuffy nose, itchy eyes, cough - and may cause congested sinuses.
- Not so with allergies, which can leave you feeling congested, with itchy eyes and sneezing.
- He was still coughing occasionally, but his chest didn't feel congested.
- A congested feeling in the chest and difficulty in breathing are the most common symptoms of this chronic respiratory disease.
- My daughter, she's congested and she's stopped breathing.
- But this week, she became congested, and yesterday, the dizziness returned; it got so bad she went to the school nurse, where lying down made it worse.
- I felt well-rested, but my nose was still congested.
- The first sign of a cold is often a congested or runny nose.
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