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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- People are going to be throwing frisbees no matter what.
- Here again we found ourselves behind a group of school children enthusiastically volunteering to feed the sea lions and throw them frisbees at the afternoon show.
- People were taking walks, going fishing in the pond, throwing frisbees for their dogs, or simply having lunch in the shade of the trees.
- As I pulled into the driveway, I noticed the numerous chew toys and frisbees scattered here and there.
- And it's been interesting having children throw frisbees at me, even though they seemed to be aiming for my head.
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