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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- This can cause delays in ambulance crews attending patients who may have life-threatening injuries.
- And it's not just those suffering from life-threatening illness who are offered such help.
- A police spokesman confirmed that none of the injuries were life-threatening.
- The shooting victim did not suffer life-threatening injuries and has now been released from hospital.
- It is when body energy is exhausted that hypothermia becomes potentially life-threatening.
- She was taken to hospital with hypothermia, with what were first thought to be life-threatening injuries.
- He is in a stable condition and his injuries are not life-threatening.
- In a fall at Huntingdon he sustained a life-threatening injury to his kidney and was forced out of the saddle for three months.
- Each one had a story to tell of a friend or relative who had been affected by some life-threatening illness.
- They have been asked to keep an eye out for symptoms of the potentially life-threatening disease in their children.
- His injuries were not life-threatening but he was kept in to recover.
- In many cases victims can suffer severe and sometimes life-threatening injuries.
- He suffered injuries to his arms and legs during an attack which resulted in life-threatening injuries.
- Nine days later the leg had to be amputated because of a life-threatening infection and damage to the nerves and arteries.
- The man was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries - a deep wound to his side had punctured a lung.
- Here, we have a life-threatening illness for which we have no cure or medical vaccine.
- And it may seem trivial compared to some of the life-threatening illnesses we could develop.
- He had a life-threatening illness at 22, so he thought more carefully about what he wanted from life.
- Scores of people remain hospitalised, some of them with life-threatening injuries.
- The basic fact may nowhere be as true as when we are tested by a life-threatening illness.
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