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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- Tie an ultralight aircraft on your Ford Ka's luggage rack, put a jet ski and a dirt bike in the back and tow a buggy.
- We continued to try and get Brendan out of the water and onto the jet ski to get him back to the boat ramp, but he continued to slip.
- Both representatives attended the Pattaya Marathon 2003 and took some time off to ride on a jet ski with the mayor.
- The adrenaline junkie donned a parachute, laid his hands on a high-powered jet ski and prepared to ride it off Niagara Falls.
- He called police who launched a full-scale rescue operation involving the coastguard, fire brigade, local boats and a jet ski.
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- Plans are also in place to divide Blackpool's famous beach into zones for sunbathing, playing, jet-skiing and water sports, and donkey rides.
- Some people on vacation jet-ski their way into broken legs.
- Lara jet-skis, horseback rides and motorcycles her way through Hong Kong, Kenya, Wales, Greece and Africa.
- So they said goodbye after breakfast and parasailed, kneeboarded and jet-skied before coming back desperate for supper and bed.
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