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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- Needless to say we were ejected from the premises eventually but it was to be expected.
- Last year, a Victorian MP was ejected from parliament for breastfeeding her baby.
- The journalist who wrote the story was ejected from a subsequent press conference, joining a lengthy list who were ejected for inappropriate behaviour.
- There was no news, the Space Center was a black-out, the press corps waiting for the landing was ejected from the Kennedy Center.
- Mr Jones says he and his wife Maria were ejected from the hall despite being invited to attend by an Alliance member.
- Despite apologising and claiming, ‘I didn't mean anything by it,’ the miscreant was summarily ejected from the premises.
- The group were then ejected from the nightclub.
- He sustained a broken cheek bone after he was forcibly ejected from the establishment.
- Care should not stop for mothers the day they are ejected from a not-so-local hospital.
- At around 11.50 pm on January 22, the two couples were ejected from the taxi shortly after they got in because they became abusive.
- A violent street brawl broke out in Bury town centre when two feuding groups were ejected from a nightclub, magistrates heard.
- She had been at the concert as well but had arrived late and saw Mr Kennedy for only 10 minutes before he was ejected from the theatre.
- The band were ejected from the studio, their appearance on the programme cancelled.
- Furthermore, at the recent Celtic-Livingston game a female fan who made racist comments was ejected from the Lisbon Lions stand after Celtic fans complained to stewards.
- By and by we were all ejected from the premises, and Hunter couldn't have been happier.
- David was ejected from the venue by a bouncer.
- An earlier inquest was adjourned after hearing that David was ejected from the event by doormen.
- It goes without saying if we are ejected from the site alternative premises would have to be found in the area.
- I've never seen anyone actually spat on - apparently that happens when the louts are ejected from the train - but everything bar that.
- ‘One of the stewards told me that they were ejected from the racetrack by track management,’ Solis said.
- This ejects the spent cartridges, permitting new rounds to be inserted.
- Bullet shell casings are ejected from the weapon of the shooter; they are not found near the target of the gunman.
- After a few outings the firearm began to fail to eject the spent casing from the chamber.
- The tiny lander has not been heard from since it was ejected from a European Space Agency orbiter in mid-December.
- To load the next round manually your thumb sends the slide forward ejecting the spent case.
- The air- and spring-launch parachutes are ejected from their bags using a spring coil or an air cylinder attached to a plunger.
- There is a disk in the CD drive, and it will not let me eject it.
- The access card was ejected from the slot and the door hissed open.
- Spent casings were ejected cleanly and unmarred.
- The estimated £50m mission was carried to Mars by the European Space Agency craft Mars Express, but nothing was heard from the probe after it was ejected from its mother ship.
- The DVD is then ejected from a dispensing podium into your fingertips!
- But, when the clips are not used, the ejector will not extract and eject the spent casings, so clips are almost mandatory in this or any revolver that uses rimless cartridges.
- The missile is ejected from the submarine by high-pressure gas.
- When the latch was opened and the barrel allowed to tip forward, cartridges were automatically ejected from the cylinder.
- When installation is complete, the machine will eject the CD.
- He ejected the spent clip in the gun and replaced it with a new one.
- For one thing, the button for the CD-ROM door is only good for ejecting the drive tray.
- For example, many popular actions use spring-loaded plunger ejectors in the bolt face to eject spent cases.
- They would either use the extinguisher as they felt necessary or if they were in the process of testing it they would wish to see powder being ejected from the extinguisher…
- The voice recorder's internal components were ejected from the container when the plane crashed, Tsolakis said.
- The massive current from a space storm heats the ionosphere, which dissipates energy by immediately ejecting some of its own oxygen and hydrogen ions into space.
- The electrons ejected in the direction of the electric field polarization of the laser light pulse are detected.
- Drivers and passengers who are ejected from the vehicle have a high mortality rate.
- Perhaps even more important is the fact that when using cast bullets, hazardous material may be ejected through the ports.
- He directed the beam of ‘strange radiation’ at a piece of paraffin and observed that protons were ejected from the paraffin.
- When magnetic fields and plasma are ejected from the sun, the ends of the magnetic fields remain attached to the surface.
- An electron would be ejected because one of these quanta had collided with it and given up all its energy.
- Physicists have used ultrashort pulses of light to control the motion of electrons ejected from molecules and to produce electron beams just a few nanometres in length.
- Do this so you are not ejected from the vehicle in an accident.
- He was ejected from the vehicle and the vehicle rolled over him.
- Last February, they observed several hoops of steam being ejected from the crater known as Bocca Nuova.
- Beta ‘rays’ are actually electrons ejected from decaying neutrons, and are now more often referred to as Beta emission or Beta particles.
- Material is ejected in jets that emit radio waves, and the heated gas produces X-ray emission.
- In such an explosion, the core of a massive star implodes, sending out shock waves that eject the star's outer layers.
- It ejected some intensely acrid fluid, which burnt my tongue so that I was forced to spit the beetle out.
- In the process, the spidroin protein molecules uncurl to reveal their uncharged hydrophobic segments, simultaneously ejecting some of the solvated water that it has been carrying until this point.
- The molten rock would have been ejected, and then would have fallen back to earth.
- He said: ‘As the plane taxied along the remotest part of the runway, the six suitcases were ejected from the hatch in the belly of the aeroplane on to the tarmac.’
- ‘The driver and a backseat passenger of the car were not thought to be wearing seatbelts, and one of the occupants was ejected from the vehicle,’.
- At the conclusion of this phase, the inactive or dead hair is ejected from the skin, leaving a solid, hard, white nodule at its proximal shaft.
- People were physically ejected out of their chair.
- The model suggests that the quasars are ejected from active galaxies in a grand creation process and that we are now seeing the creation process of Day 4 of Creation Week.
- During the encounter, one is thrown into the eccentric orbit and remains in the Solar System while the other is ejected into interstellar space where it wanders forever.
- She turned sharply off the road, nearly ejecting herself from the back of the horse.
- The dark gaps in the rings of Saturn have been understood for many years to occur at just those positions in the ring from which any orbiting particles would be ejected by their chaotic motion.
- An 18-foot portion of the roof of the cabin ripped off, and a flight attendant standing in the aisle was ejected from the plane.
- I simply become easily disoriented and off-balance and violently eject myself from bed onto the floor.
- Ice and dust debris will be ejected from the crater revealing the material beneath.
- To escape from Venus or the Earth, matter must be ejected at a velocity of at least seven miles a second; on Mars, three miles a second will suffice.
- Two of the occupants were ejected from the car upon impact, Somerville said.
- The obvious conclusion is that the layer of debris ejected by the impact draws the line of extinction for the dinosaurs.
- Now, of course, I knew that most astronomers think a quasar is a black hole with matter falling into it from an accretion disk, and that for some reason it is ejecting charged particles along its magnetic poles.
- The force of the impact bucked the car's chassis and the engine was ejected from the vehicle.
- When an obnoxious youth was vigorously ejected from the swing doors of the saloon to sprawl in the snow, the scene was complete.
- I'll just have to make sure I wear extra thick trousers so I don't suffer friction burns as I'm ejected from the car half way round.
- As long as the frequency of the light is greater than the work function of the metal, any photon can eject an electron.
- Circularly polarized x rays preferentially eject electrons from atoms magnetically aligned with the polarization axis.
- Plasma farther away was ejected earlier and had time to cool.
- The mass was ejected from the region of the Sun known as AR 798.
- It flew into another funnel and was thrown through the air before the pilot finally ejected and the fighter fell to the ground.
- The pilot ejected safely, he was unharmed and it was the first crash of a preproduction version of that aircraft.
- The cosmonaut ejected 4,000 meters above the ground and floated to Earth on a parachute.
- The pilot ejected safely from the aircraft and was recovered by coalition ground forces near the airport.
- The good news is the pilot safely ejected and will be around to be in all the holiday festivities.
- Aircraft becomes uncontrollable, and the pilot ejects, resulting in Class-A mishap.
- There was a loud bang, and the canopy hit me in the face as the pilot ejected.
- Population density was also growing and both pilots were increasingly concerned about where to eject from the aircraft to minimize any injury or damage on the ground.
- And there are reports that indicate that the Chinese pilot was able to eject, but we have seen no trace of him so far.
- Thankfully both the pilot and the navigator ejected safely.
- The pilot of that fighter ejected before the crash.
- The remaining pilots ejected from their planes.
- In two similar incidents, both pilots had to eject because of aircraft damage.
- Somehow the pilot managed to wrestle the aircraft level and eject, rocketing away on a plume of fire.
- The pilot ejected and there were no casualties, but the plane exploded after crashing and there is a huge crater in the ground about 60 feet deep.
- Witnesses described a loud bang, the pilot ejecting then the plane veering upwards into the sky, then crashing straight down.
- The pilot had ejected safely from the aircraft and was recovered before she got there to provide air cover.
- Two pilots ejected to safety and were only slightly injured when they landed.
- The plane apparently developed engine trouble shortly after take-off and the pilot and co-pilot ejected safely from the plane.
- The pilot apparently ejected just forward of the bow and below flight-deck level at approximately 85 degrees angle-of-bank.
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