In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- The attacker was riding a bike along the footpath when he hit the victim on the back of the head, knocking him to the ground.
- As a keen walker I enjoy not only long distance walks but also local walks around the footpaths of Keighley.
- Yoland is making her way slowly along the footpath on the arm of a nurse.
- Have they vanished along with footpaths, with grasslands and clearings, with nature?
- May I suggest that if he wants to walk in the countryside and does not want to see vehicles then he should walk on footpaths and bridle-ways.
- There are a number of long distance footpaths in the mid-Cheshire area.
- The only thing that gets them really excited is a chicken walking along the footpath.
- The man was killed as he walked along a footpath between Westdale Drive and Westdale Road, Pudsey.
- This time is was a mother who was walking her dog along the footpath.
- I'm over-joyed at this news and not just because the footpaths I like to walk will very shortly re-open.
- The procession will proceed up Northbrook and along the footpaths to the Elisha Field.
- This might help to remove the mess left by them along the footpaths.
- When the rain stopped I was walking my dachshund along the river footpath.
- They turned when they got to the footpath, and began walking down the alley to where they had parked the car.
- Mixed with melting snow, people had to walk on footpaths covered by dark water.
- A footpath along the shore gives views across the bay and you will spot birds that make their homes in the shingle and pebble beach.
- This is why I now love walking on footpaths close to our steam railways.
- It seems to me no footpaths are easy to walk on after the horrendous non-stop rain we've suffered.
- These American footpaths are often based on game trails, most notably from the vast herds of buffalo.
- The team noticed portions of some footpaths were worn up to 3 meters deep by people who had trod them over the centuries approaching some of the cemeteries.
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- All along the footpaths council signs threatened fines for skateboard riding and roller blading.
- The creation of a buffer and the widening of the footpaths using the green areas will narrow the street.
- He said the grant was used for programmes such as filling potholes, repairing pavements and improving footpaths in the borough.
- Villagers are concerned for the safety of people walking on narrow footpaths next to narrow roads.
- Would the council now please advise us just exactly what is the position of pedestrians on footpaths?
- But the damaged slabs along the footpaths and the broken road dividers have not been repaired.
- The sad state grips not just roads and bylanes but even those few footpaths these areas have.
- He added that the whole road structure and footpaths in the area were in a deplorable condition.
- Seven walkers met at Colwall Station on a warm and sunny afternoon for a five-mile walk, mainly along footpaths and lanes.
- If you did walk along the footpath, taxis would curb-crawl in an attempt to get a fare.
- It seems the local force is keeping a close eye on pavement pedallers after complaints from pedestrians that the footpaths are unsafe.
- They are advised to use footpaths and to walk by the right side of the road in stretches where it is absent.
- Council move immediately to provide footpaths and public lighting along the busy road.
- Perhaps by creating more cycle routes, cyclists will be less inclined to ride on the footpaths and pedestrians will feel safer.
- After long delays the work has commenced again on the footpaths along the Charlestown Road.
- The girl was walking along a footpath by the side of the road towards Swinton when the accident happened.
- Cyclists should not be on footpaths and pavements which are not for their use.
- Work will start after the area corporators identify footpaths that have not been paved so far.
- The result was that many people began to skip the footpath and walk through the road.
- So on a meander along the city footpaths, it was fortuitous that we came across this venue, just when a lunch break was called for.
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