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 long lithe limbs carrying her forward quickly and nimbly with me scurrying along behind her.
- That preparedness comes at the expense of being prepared to fight nimbly in a world of small, quick players.
- Though if you were watching, you'd find your heart in your mouth as they raced after balls and leaped nimbly over the barriers.
- It will have to move nimbly if it wants to survive among the mammoths.
- Many look to streamline the system to more nimbly counter the unpredictable terrorist threat.
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