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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- Perhaps he merely sneaks off to look at girlie magazines and drink with his friends.
- But they were soon in business, collecting names for their petition calling for girlie magazines to be banned from newsagents.
- He's comfortable living a double life - playing the happily married man while obsessing in a dark room over girly magazines.
- ‘Mr Jackson will freely admit that he does read girlie magazines from time to time,’ he said.
- On rare occasions a housemaster might have to confiscate copies of dubious girlie magazines emanating from Europe or South Africa.
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