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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- This man was a convicted drug addict who had falsified prescriptions to get his fixes.
- The context was that of a drug addict who was receiving treatment.
- Her mother is a drug addict who has locked her out on several occasions.
- The five were drug addicts working on the streets of Ipswich.
- Campbell entered the race vowing to help Vancouver's drug addicts.
- The chief architect behind the Government's downgrading of cannabis has a relative who is a drug addict, it was revealed yesterday.
- The stories give an insight into the tragic lives and deaths of drug addicts on the fringes of society.
- I'm selling it on behalf of a drug addict who needs the money.
- Neither am I comparing unfortunate drug addicts with stray dogs.
- In 2002 Kate, then 15, met a 25-year-old drug addict.
- If we catch kids smoking pot we don't automatically think they're going to become hardcore drug addicts.
- The only things you were sure to find in Angel Meadow Park were the hundreds of needles left by drug addicts.
- Most of the people living in bedsits around here are drug addicts or have been in prison.
- It is the drug addicts, he said, who were desperate for money who posed the real threat.
- Sometimes their parents are drug addicts or criminals.
- Mr Jackson said: "He asked me if I had money and told me he was a drug addict."
- For every decent family there was a drug dealer, for every working person a hopeless drug addict.
- The youngster survived for weeks alone after the death of his mother, a recovering drug addict.
- The two tenants lived two floors apart in a block of flats notorious for housing drug addicts in New York's Bronx district.
- Special restrictions exist on the prescription of medicines for drug addicts.
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