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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- In 1947 at the age of 17, he began to work at a general store owned by Hugo Ludwig, a German national.
- Saturday began well, with the discovery of Swing's watch at a nearby general store.
- Later in the fall of the year, J. H. Roberts started a general store, being the last business established in the town.
- In addition to operating a general store, he traded in land.
- A few years ago, a woman in a small town in Texas put up the general store she owned for sale on eBay.
- In Huntington, a community of 2,500 people south of Burlington, the efficiency program has helped the owners of Beaudry's general store.
- He eventually raised enough money to open a general store in Oneonta.
- Visitors can work at a farm stand or get behind a soda fountain in the old general store.
- Restless, she wandered through the main floor of the century-old building, originally Moorcroft's first general store.
- Riasat Ali, who runs a general store in the market, is angered by the plans.
- A third general store then opened up in Cleggs Lane in 1986.
- In their function, however, they're not unlike the general stores of frontier days.
- They were sold at the local general store, or exchanged for merchandise or store credit.
- The village has only a general store with a post office combined where years ago there were at least four shops here.
- They visited the general store only once every. five weeks, meaning they made do with less.
- Antiques occupies a former general store built by the town's founder.
- The repair of the shutters on the old general store offered an additional learning opportunity.
- We bought ice cream at the general store from an authentic old person.
- In an embarrassment of poor acting, Lil approaches David at the general store.
- Tickets can be purchased from any firefighter, at Lowe's general store in the center of town, or at the supper.
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