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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- Then, quick as lightning, he had her in a headlock and gave her a noogie.
- Without any outward warning she caught the older woman in a mammoth of a headlock.
- I'd like to see this guy perform different moves besides the polish hammer, headlocks, punches and kicks.
- Bret thinks that Calgary was the only place where a move like a headlock or an Abdominal Stretch could get over.
- Dante caught one in a headlock and landed a straight kick to another's jaw.
- He grabbed me from behind when I walked away and wrestled me into a headlock.
- In one match, I finally grabbed him in a headlock and asked if we were going to wrestle, or what.
- Almost imperceptibly, one pair's dancing morphed into wrestling, embraces turned into headlocks and back into eyelash-batting flirtation just in time for another couple's dancing to begin a similar cycle.
- I muttered, catching my arm around behind her neck and hugging her before giving her a headlock and a noogie.
- The player had the general manager in a headlock at one point, relentlessly giving him noogies.
- Why don't we practice chokeholds, leg grabs, headlocks and body holds like wrestlers and judo fighters?
- I loosened the headlock I had on her just enough for her to catch her breath.
- James grabbed Will's arm and wrestled his way from the headlock, holding Will in his big strong arms.
- Two kids were even caught in a wrestling match with a teacher, trying to take down the man with a series of headlocks and full nelsons.
- Instead of walking out of the door he turned around and jumped on the bed and put Meg in a headlock so her face was in his armpit.
- The days of beer-bellied grapplers applying a headlock or an armbar for five or six minutes are long gone.
- The coaching will include ground fighting and tactics, escaping different headlocks and floor restraints.
- I felt the immediate strength of his arms as he firmly held me in a headlock against his chest, ruffling my hair roughly.
- The two engaged in a small playful game of wrestling-meets-tag, taking turns putting each other in headlocks and getting tickled.
- She pulled out his keys and made to hand them to him, when he grabbed her in a headlock and flipped her down the steps.
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