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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- One aspect of the trip was the Norwegian disinfecting methods of all fishing equipment, waders, fishing rods, even flies and spinners.
- Entering the gallery, one saw four fishing rods bent over a large copper plate with some water on it.
- Wet weather on Saturday and Sunday failed to stop around 100 people from meeting at the beach with their fishing rods.
- Quickly and happily, I went back to the truck to grab my fishing rod and some bait.
- There's an old man sitting on a float holding a fishing rod, to which is attached a small stuffed fish that he pretends to catch again and again.
- You can attempt a land-based rescue using whatever is at hand - your fishing rod or landing net can be ideal implements to tow someone to the side.
- He received a new fishing rod and reel instead for his efforts.
- The floor is covered with mats made from enormous leaves; there are baskets and bags stacked along a wall; spears, fishing rods and harpoons are propped in a corner.
- It was stocked full of hand made fishing flies, lures, fishing rods, fly-tying material and reels.
- A dedicated angler may spend more of his life holding his fishing rod, than he does holding his wife.
- Anglers bristling with fishing rods parade to their boats, preparing to hook their mythic marlins.
- They spent an instructive five minutes trying to untangle fishing rods, another five minutes hooking the bait on, and another five minutes trying to cast the rods out to a respectable distance.
- Then, he hoisted himself up beside her after reeling in his line and putting the fishing rod on the sturdy dock.
- Customers can hire a fishing rod and bait and dangle it over the tank and try to catch their dinner.
- The arrival of the South-West Monsoon signals a season of fun with fishing rods, nets and baits for many in the city.
- All fishing rods are designed for a particular purpose, be it long range, short range or somewhere in between.
- She said her boys had fishing rods, a net and knives to clean the fish they caught.
- Police told her the thieves had put a fishing rod or something similar through the letterbox and hooked the car keys off the shelf, which was 8ft or 9ft from the front door.
- There are many manufacturers of fly fishing rods.
- Arrows, knives, axes, and fishing rods are piled up in one corner.
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