In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1descarga cerrada femininedescarga de fusilería feminine
- Almost any newly translated French or Italian philosopher becomes fashionable, regardless of whether appropriate or not, and is hailed with a fetishistic fusillade of anachronistic footnotes.
- The fusillades of the firing squads (at least one of which López himself directed) roared so often and so ubiquitously that some mistook them for the sound of Brazilian invaders.
- The match itself started 10 minutes late because of the terrible fusillade of fireworks and even military smoke shells.
- But the thrust of this series is to unleash a fusillade of jokes, some of which are rattled off so fast that multiple viewings are required to pick them out.
- Knight does not explain how he knew the shot must have come from inside the field, and since the cadet was in the second car, the police fusillade must have begun by the time he was climbing over the turnstiles.
- On arrival they were met by a fusillade of fire from the top of the arch, bombs being thrown down on the military vehicles.
- The search was wrapped up, and soldiers jumped back into the vehicles-buttoning up for an expected fusillade of rocks, if not gunfire, as they left.
- A fusillade of cruise missiles had been launched from four US cruisers and a submarine, and a supporting British sub.
- I then wondered whether, if a sniper starting shooting into the crowd, I would be able to find adequate cover from the fusillade of bullets which would be raining down upon the commuters and workers crossing the road.
- There was a fusillade of bullets which spun me around.
- But instead of blasting him with fusillades from the TV, they must reach him through hundreds of Web sites, channels, video games, even billboards.
- Rasping winds arose and a fusillade of words rained down.
- Third, other witnesses agreed that the fusillade began almost immediately after the first few shots.
- Given that context, his recent fusillade of fulmination must have been nothing more than friendly fire.
- On 26 August 1944 he walked down the Champs Elysées to the acclamation of a vast crowd, and then went on to Notre Dame, where he stood unmoved when a sudden fusillade broke out inside the cathedral.
- A deadly fusillade of slaved ACP missiles raced out at the Destroyer's bridge tower.
- He effectively followed up with his fusillade of punches to prompt the stoppage.
- Once brought under control by the mahouts, it lumbered across the river - this time to a fusillade of stones and rotting fruit thrown by the now vengeful onlookers.
- Another fusillade of shots clipped nets and thumped into wood.
- Dipping into the nation's exchequer, he exclaimed: ‘Show me the general who can withstand a fusillade of pesos!’
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