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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- The actor, famous for his handlebar moustache and deerstalker hat, was born and brought up in Barnsley.
- It's absurd to complain that Holmes in cinema doesn't conform to the original, or to grumble that, in the 12 films Rathbone and Bruce made for Universal, he was more likely to be wearing a fedora than a deerstalker.
- He ensured that Jeremy Brett donned the deerstalker, and his electrifying performances guaranteed that for millions he became the television Sherlock Holmes.
- Well, donning my deerstalker and lighting my meerschaum I'd start at the bottom.
- He wins a very useful deerstalker and magnifying glass.
- Here you can still buy a deerstalker hat, be fitted for a pinstripe blazer, slip on some sensible footwear, sniff out some musky cologne or get your balding locks tended by a traditional wet-shave barber.
- A deerstalker, Petrowski loved the outdoors and would later pass his knowledge on to young police cadets training in Wellington.
- The biggest surprise was Everett's Holmes: a compelling, brilliant, darkly original character, much closer to the original stories than to deerstalkers and meerschaums and Basil Rathbone.
- Despite looking fabulous in a deerstalker and maintaining a healthy interest in opium, I am not Sherlock Holmes.
- Since then he has exhibited worldwide - at overseas exhibitions he plays his Englishness to the hilt by turning up wearing plus fours and a deerstalker.
- He wears plus-fours, lace-up boots, a tie with a picture of a pheasant on it, a game bag slung over his shoulder, a couple of whistles tied around his neck and a battered hat that might once have been described as a deerstalker.
- Wearing a deerstalker hat and carrying an oversized magnifying glass she trampled through the crime scene destroying all kinds of forensic evidence.
- He wore his deerstalker, and a dirty, dun mackintosh, and a bedraggled tie with stripes.
- The Doctor's costume of deerstalker and cloak is suitably Holmesian, except that Holmes never wore a deerstalker - that was the invention of one of the original artists…
- I'm surprised you're not wearing a deerstalker.
- There are fond memories of him in short sleeves and a deerstalker hat driving a topless, sideless jeep in the winter snow.
- Mrs Mungo rang to ask why we didn't get Jack a deerstalker hat.
- He's wearing a Sherlock Holmeseque half-caped coat and carrying his deerstalker in his hand.
- So I donned my deerstalker, polished my largest magnifying glass and set off with large exaggerated strides.
- Behind me, 20 yards to my right, is Raymond - with his baseball cap tilted back on his head, looking rather less the part than me in my borrowed Barbour deerstalker.
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