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 year alone I've lost a Filofax, a camera and my wallet, and every one of those items has been returned.
- Like any other proud grandmother, she carries pictures of all her grandchildren in her Filofax.
- Most likely it's because I'm on somebody's Rolodex or in their Filofax, and I think I know whose - a diplomat I knew and liked in the US, and who later had a spell at Buckingham Palace.
- I so need to sort out driving lessons, but until I get my provisional licence back (it having been within the Filofax I left at a friends seven weeks ago) then I can't even get started on that score.
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