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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- Sligo's shopping spree has got off to a flying start with hundreds of shoppers availing of the many bargains in the participating stores throughout the town.
- Church of Fools got off to a flying start on Tuesday May 11 th, until a computer crashed somewhere in York, England.
- Batchelor said he was confident of City attendances of 5,440 next season to break even, particularly as season ticket sales had got off to a flying start.
- And he got off to a flying start in this year's series when he finished second in 12 min 29 sec in Monday's opening 2.2 mile race.
- Fairtrade Fortnight got off to a flying start with delicious treats made from Fairtrade products being served at the Haven Christian Centre, Pembroke.
- The appeal got off to a flying start with a £500,000 anonymous donation in February, and funds at the beginning of May were £536,000.
- The ebullient Brendan got off to a flying start when a fan called Maria, seated in the front stalls, complimented him on his trimmed-down figure.
- Manchester's first specialist academy school got off to a flying start - with the release of 3,000 balloons.
- This weekend bonanza got off to a flying start when the guests were welcomed in the royal traditional style, garlanded and saluted by elephants.
- OUR campaign to persuade the city council to ditch its controversial plan to introduce fortnightly rubbish collections in Southampton has got off to a flying start.
- After identifying what he recognised as a gap in the market for a high-quality food establishment in Bradford, Mr Loynes said the venture got off to a flying start.
- But it got off to a flying start by putting osso bucco with risotto alla Milanese on its menu, which is on the short-list for my desert island dish.
- A NEW college in Ashton under Lyne got off to a flying start when normal lessons gave way to a two-day festival designed to ignite a life-long passion for science.
- The Lahardane players got off to a flying start and ran up a 2-3 lead with no response from the home side.
- Last year's runners up, the Goats Gate, got off to a flying start with a 6-2 win against the Dragon.
- Suzuki got off to a flying start with three straight birdies and ended the day with eight birdies against one bogey for a total of 16-under-par 200.
- The Swindon Cancer Appeal has got off to a flying start.
- ‘It was important the manager got off to a flying start,’ says Collins.
- After attending drama school back in Dublin, Birthistle's career got off to a flying start with a role in the Irish television soap opera Glenroe, set in the Wicklow Mountains.
- The project got off to a flying start earlier this month with two bike rides from King George's Park to mark the start of the Wandle Valley Festival.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
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