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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- Most people admire a dog that works with its head low to the ground, with its hindquarters high and its tail tucked between its hind legs.
- A gorgeous, flowing, ashen tail streamed from his hindquarters.
- Cats should not be picked up by the scruff of the neck; instead, support the cats hindquarters in one hand and use the other to support its chest.
- A mane of hair was left on the foreparts while the back and hindquarters were shaven.
- Mares turned their hindquarters to the north wind, bred foals without the aid of stallions.
- I must have the horse stopping its feet or disengaging its hindquarters before going downtown.
- However, if running up slopes were a major selective factor, then one would expect increased musculature in the hindquarters to drive the legs.
- One boy assumes the head, turning it this way and that, blinking furiously, another boy was in charge of the lion's hindquarters and its wagging tail.
- Seeing sores on the sows' hindquarters and legs, Lay concluded that the flooring was uncomfortable to them.
- I tucked my front legs and lowered my hindquarters to the ground.
- He licks the loose hair down to his hindquarters and then gives up.
- He fit an arrow to his bow and shot the horse in the hindquarters at in the rear as the soldier attempted to mount.
- See, the front half of the horse was simply white with black spots on its dappled middle, and her hindquarters and hind legs were jet black.
- He lifted all my feet and slapped my hindquarters like I thought it felt good or something.
- The leopard braced for the charge, tail twitching, snarling, head low, outstretched forepaws, hindquarters arched.
- Within a minute she retraced her steps at a frantic gallop, the vixen snapping at her hindquarters.
- One attacked the throat, and the other three, the hindquarters.
- His hindquarters have filled out and his hair color looks grand.
- No, he must splint its shins and hyperextend his hindquarters.
- Fang spat at the ground by Talon's hindquarters, growling.
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