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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- The 21-year-old hotshot, who signed on a month's loan from Aston Villa on Wednesday, met his new team-mates for the first time only yesterday.
- Meanwhile, Benitez has backed Norwegian hotshot John Arne Riise to keep finding the target following three goals in four games over the Christmas period.
- I kept on pretending to crash into walls, but still acted like I was some hotshot.
- Citroen's young hotshot, Sébastien Loeb, winner of this year's Monte Carlo Rally, came to Mexico simply to make a reconnaissance sortie.
- The board had agreed a fee for the 19-year-old Scouse hotshot and he and his agent John Seasman were in talks for most of Thursday.
- Michael Twiss headed just wide when he should really have scored but the hotshot made up for it five minutes from time.
- I'm no hotshot, but after four years, I've acquired a high level of skill.
- The coaches signed a junior-college hotshot, but he bolted in the spring.
- The future seemed boundless for the 24-year-old Colombian hotshot.
- Unfortunately, Ben came out less the entrepreneuring hotshot that he had been made out to be and more a normal young man who had hit upon a good idea when he was 17.
- Scott is considered a hotshot among young coaches for his work ethic, ability to reach the young players and winning background.
- If he is athletic and handsome and popular with girls, it's quite likely that other boys see him as some kind of hotshot or prima donna or threat.
- Football remains the Stamford Bridge hotshot's top priority despite the glamour of his personal life, he insisted.
- Making an early return from UK, Martin narrowly took the honours from the Danish hotshots Phillip and Claus.
- Of all the stories about the homecoming of this banking hotshot, the one about the limos gets the most mileage.
- This leaves the way open for a full Premiership start for Brazilian hotshot Mario Jardel.
- Anyway, my father wants me to be some business hotshot, like him.
- The son inherits his father's driving talent and makes a name for himself as street car racing hotshot.
- It's 15 years later, and Cole, still troubled but now possessing an MBA from Wharton, is just another overeducated, underemployed hotshot in a struggling economy.
- Allen's an investigator there, a boozy, chauvinistic hotshot who solves all the tough cases with the help of his connections on the street.
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