In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Nothing was different except for a large mousehole shape gap in the bottom of the awning where the intrepid explorer had made his escape.
- These intrepid adventurers deserved to have their story told, and it is told well.
- Slow service certainly does not appeal to this intrepid snacker.
- An intrepid adventurer will persist all the way to the end of the line.
- The intrepid devotee, who is half English and half Portugese, is based at the One in Christ convent in the Irish town of Cork.
- The intrepid adventurer has only sailed once in his life, on a short trip around the Greek Islands 22 years ago.
- A team of intrepid roller skaters aim to cover 1,500 miles across Europe in aid of a bone marrow charity.
- Look around and find a place to go chat with some other intrepid young adventurers.
- Do you think this theatre will still be here in another hundred years, asks our intrepid reporter?
- Maybe a councillor could take up my challenge with one of your intrepid reporters too.
- I see an intrepid adventurer plodding blindly through a world of booby traps, goblins, jesters and dragons.
- In all, the intrepid party of four men and two women will be swimming about 10 miles, walking and camping in between.
- The pay and fringe benefits will be few, but at least intrepid plumbers and joiners will have tales to tell their grandchildren.
- Luckily, we have some brave and intrepid reviewers who are willing to take a stand.
- Company registration is just one part in the sorry obstacle course that has to be overcome by the intrepid investor.
- There are several voicesets to choose from for your intrepid band of adventurers.
- Having cycled into work, the intrepid reporter decided he needed a shower.
- These characters who survive adversity through their imaginations and intrepid spirit.
- The intrepid traveller also draws inspiration from the Tibetans themselves.
- An intrepid group are set to take to the highways and byways of the county as part of a fundraising drive for cancer research.
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