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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- Her mission had started two years previously when she left Britain with orders to arrest the mutineers.
- The unrest spread with the inflated belief that success was with the mutineers.
- Meanwhile the peasants' militia had been destroyed when they loyally opposed the Guangxi mutineers.
- Pitcairn, a dot in the sea about halfway between New Zealand and Peru, is home to 47 permanent residents, some of them direct descendants of the Bounty mutineers.
- Or they were acting on their own authority, in which case they are the equivalent of mutineers, deserters, or traitors in the field.
- During the Indian Mutiny of 1857 he sided with the mutineers in Delhi, and for this crime he was tried by the British and exiled to Rangoon, where he died.
- And, to our immense relief, the traitorous mutineers left for Petrograd.
- In any case, the insurrection ended with negotiations and, without a shot being fired, the mutineers returned to their barracks with their weapons and explosives.
- Sent to capture the Bounty mutineers, Pandora sank in 1791, intact, in deep water after striking the Barrier Reef.
- Pitcairn Island was discovered in 1767 by the British and settled in 1790 by the Bounty mutineers and their Tahitian companions.
- In the ensuing counteroffensive, four soldiers were killed and four mutineers were beaten to death after being captured.
- The Nore mutineers even blockaded the mouth of the Thames.
- A major exception was the Baltic Fleet, where mutineers murdered many officers.
- But she said the mutineers would still face court-martial proceedings.
- What I'm saying here is that we need to do something akin to a strategic decimation for mutineers.
- A ceasefire is signed four weeks after mutineers and exsoldiers staged an uprising.
- There had been a mutiny on board, and the mutineers had taken the ship off in search of a fabled lost civilization.
- By sunset, 22 mutineers had surrendered - three officers and 19 enlisted personnel, Reyes said.
- The first Europeans to spy its jagged, jungle-clad peaks and encircling reef were the mutineers of HMS Bounty.
- While they were gone, an English ship anchored near the island and eleven men came ashore, three of them - the ship's captain, his mate, and a passenger - as prisoners of mutineers.
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