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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- Even with its size, it retains a sense of delicacy, a handmade quality that creeps out of its obsessive folds.
- The charity was delighted and presented Trident with a handmade bowl which now has pride of place in the company's meeting room.
- As the first new born of 2004, Nisheka cashed in with a teddy bear, handmade quilt and clothes.
- The Coffin Cover combines a cardboard coffin interior with a removable traditional handmade wooden exterior.
- Every street has independent shoe shops with handmade Italian shoes at amazing prices.
- You can buy dolls there from a range of beautiful handmade dolls, and designer dolls' clothes.
- The handmade quality allows Trek to offer customers a lifetime warranty on its frames.
- Shoes were also handmade and came from only two stores, Feney's or Acropolis shoes.
- Some of the attractive items on display at the Rajasthani counter include paintings on handmade paper.
- One of the students gave Rani handmade jewellery while others gifted her handmade candles and a card signed by all.
- Still, the handmade quality of the welded assemblies may be the most lingering image.
- Each of Anand's pieces is individually handcrafted using wood-free handmade paper.
- Every year he went there for his wardrobe, ordering several suits and pairs of handmade shoes.
- After arranging them on boards with handmade paper and acrylic paint, she seals them with layers of lacquer.
- The slipcover is also handmade and had to be folded and glued exactly.
- Mitchinson was wearing a handmade corduroy suit, handmade shoes by Ducker's of Oxford, a cashmere polo neck.
- The installation is made from handmade silkscreen prints, neriage porcelain and tissue paper.
- There is, of course, the question of cost, for industrial wine is cheaper to produce than handmade wine.
- My silhouette was handmade, signed by the artist, and a work of traditional craft.
- His mother sewed his clothes while he was young and knitted socks giving him a handmade pair for his birthday for many years.
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