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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- At harvest festival, Grant's the bakers would provide a massive bread loaf in the shape of a sheaf of corn, propped up on the altar.
- And they are planning a harvest festival next Saturday, featuring a local produce auction, as part of the festivities.
- They have donated a basket of bread for our harvest festival for the past couple of years.
- Foodstuffs taken to church for the harvest festival are generally given to charity.
- In traditional Ireland, Samhain was the harvest festival marking the end of one year and beginning of the next.
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