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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- There was little visible sign even of agricultural activity, apart from glimpses of haymakers scything by hand.
- Nowhere have so many muscular and healthy bodies been put on display, so many entwined haymakers and tractor drivers, workers and peasants, strong men and women.
- In the distance to the left can be seen haystacks and, possibly, haymakers.
- He stops delivering mail to help some haymakers and is then off to the pub.
- Its been a week of catchy weather and many haymakers will be blessing the invention of plastic bags.
- Another time, one summer morn, he sees the haymakers at work.
- The drinks, in the form of ale, were taken by five haymakers who last summer spent 13 days mowing five acres of grassland in the park.
- The Mayor Of Casterbridge is the tale of Henchard's rise from travelling haymaker to the richest corn merchant in the town of Casterbridge.
- Lenin fled, hiding in a haymaker's hut before crossing the border into Finland.
- The large reverberation that can be heard when a haymaker lands can make you recoil in pain.
- With a growl, Guts Man drew back a fist and struck Mega Man with a powerful haymaker punch.
- The young superhero threw an amazing combination of punches, kicks, and haymakers.
- He was caught by a haymaker as he leaned back on the ropes.
- His opponent spent the entire round throwing haymakers after haymakers only to hit nothing but wind.
- Whether it's a jab or a haymaker, we have to throw the first blow.
- He threw a monster left jab, which I deflected, then I countered with my hardest haymaker to his face.
- In the West, the jab and the haymaker are the most common striking assaults in self-defense situations.
- Believe me, I landed some haymakers in those eight debates that we had.
- After a few haymakers, the antagonists waddled off arm in arm to get a little drunker.
- Paul dived in with a haymaker of a punch, missed, and ended up on the floor.
- Georgie gets a haymaker to the jaw for his insight.
- Pulling his fist back in a massive haymaker, he shot his arm forward with the force of a battering ram.
- When she fights back, he delivers a ham-fisted haymaker across her jaw accompanied by a sound effect that made me wince.
- He swung his full weight behind a wild haymaker and caught the Welshman flush on his exposed chin.
- Rob brought his arm back, and delivered a powerful haymaker to the guy's gut, knocking him down.
- He can lay a haymaker on a punk that will send him sailing through the air for almost half of a city block.
- At every opportunity he strides straight forward and throws huge, windmill haymakers with his right hand that seldom connect.
- The Duke regained his senses just in time to see another haymaker about to be launched in his direction.
- ‘Once I'm in the ring, I'm going to throw some haymakers,’ he said.
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