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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- I notice a lot of snakes in the audience slowly rise and slither towards the canteen hip flasks in hand.
- Woolly hats and hip flasks were the order of the day as Kiltimagh and Balla District Anglers went to battle on Carramore lake.
- They were too interested in their hip flasks to remember that they should still have seen two youths.
- Gruach takes the hip flask, and gulps down some liquor.
- There is also some ado about puppy-walking and what a whipper-in does, and a number of references to hip flasks.
- They go equipped with little hip flasks to do it.
- Even the single malts in the hip flasks couldn't help us on this one.
- I've always held to the notion a culture cannot be judged advanced until it's developed the hip flask.
- I caught them just as they were filling their hip flasks and talked them out of it, thank God.
- And that is a possibility, unless, as he faces Everest, McCreevy has something in his hip flask that only he and his Sherpas know about.
- Well in most cases it's a bit more than coffee, the hip flasks come out and we indulge ourselves.
- Kiremay took a deep gulp from her hip flask before answering.
- He drew out a hip flask, unscrewed the cap and drank slowly.
- The Amen bottle reinvents the lines of a hip flask from which the Mugler signature star emerges.
- We'll be passing around large and clearly labelled jars of PROZAC and carry hip flasks of sherry.
- A silver hip flask can prove the dashing finish to a perfect ensemble.
- I'm sure Waterstones won't refuse midnight admission to customers who are obviously swigging from hip flasks.
- One or two of the group had come equipped for such an eventuality and preceded to pull cans of beer and hip flasks from their bags.
- Leaving the house this morning I saw a guy dressed in a Santa suit, sans hat, walking along the road and drinking from a hip flask.
- My excessive nerves were rewarded with a hip flask and a half bottle of whisky.
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