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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- Only two minutes after we touched down on deck, the same fog bank overtook the ship.
- Within the blanketing fog bank, ships altered their headings and rang up battle speed.
- Dense fog banks form where the cold northern Labrador Current meets the Gulf Stream off of Newfoundland.
- By the time they had reached the search area, a fog bank had rolled in from the lake, shrouding the shoreline.
- The fog bank approached, and I readied myself for chilling cold.
- Flying into Fairbanks in the winter is odd, because the town is covered by a fog bank, sort of like the island in the remake of King Kong.
- As if emerging from a fog bank, Jesse Webb's face coalesced before his eyes.
- Half way down the runway, just abeam the tower, we popped out of the fog bank into conditions that were ‘clear and a million.’
- I then immediately put my nose down and headed for the fog bank over the beach.
- The French steamer Margaux came into the fog bank from the French side.
- It warms the middle of the fog bank, helping with the evaporation process.
- The M - 6 is basically a hand-held lighthouse - all you need is a fog bank and an air horn.
- I could see a dense fog bank just outside the entrance to the harbor.
- Every chance they got, a hapless player would dribble into the invisible fog bank, only to come out gagging and staring at Rob.
- He has constructed a cloud atop San Francisco's Moscone Conference Center and a fog bank at the city's jail.
- It lay upon the hall like a fog bank for endless seconds, and then Halâshu broke it.
- I was exploring California, when suddenly I found myself within the vicinity of a fog bank.
- A fog bank is harder to see when there is snow on the ground so keep your eyes on the road.
- He could find his way home from there and this fog bank couldn't last forever.
- A fog bank had rolled in, and covered the entire coast in its mistiness.
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