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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- I'll be back in a few days, but in the meantime, have a great New Year's Eve, watch out for nitwits on the road tonight, and enjoy the floats and football games tomorrow.
- I wanted those nitwits who sell those intoxicating beverages and illegal things to see the ranting of my words, and have their blood run cold while seeing the evil of their ways.
- That's the awful irony of the dynamic: that the stubborn, idiosyncratic, self-possessed auteurs getting stiffed in their coffins wouldn't want these nitwits to finish their careers for them.
- So, yes, I might as well give myself the freedom to indulge in any sort of blithering about the wildlife in my backyard and what the folks in Austin TX are up to and how those nitwits in Washington won't adopt my theories of government.
- Yes, some nitwits have picked up wreckage and done everything they weren't supposed to do, but by far the majority will be people like those men standing with their heads down.
- And how do these nitwits account for the fact that, for the last thirty years, the laser reflectors and radio sensors on the Moon have been transmitting terabytes of data back to Earth?
- Who gave you two nitwits permission to invite them for dinner?
- They have much better people than this team of nitwits.
- I was neither one of those nitwits who wasted my time on a futile endeavor to provoke her, nor one of the curious who was drawn to this unusual character.
- He's also had to deal with the administration's penchant for putting GOP hacks and/or total nitwits in charge of its ‘public diplomacy’ efforts.
- And he's making several generations of pro golfers look like nitwits.
- The eager anticipation of these voters tells me they did not stand in line for hours & hours, in pouring rain, to vote for an incompetent nitwit.
- Then I found out I was just a sentimental schmuck like those flighty nitwits I've always pitied.
- The nitwit concerned is a TV pundit and author of a textbook widely used in American universities.
- All of her mother's friends were rich and air-headed, and so were their husbands, so it was no wonder that their children were empty-headed nitwits with no sense of humor and an extreme lack for adventure.
- You might have even gotten the attention of some med school nitwits about that literally laughably insane test.
- There is a local group of mostly middle aged nitwits who still indulge in this so-called hobby.
- So, in the spirit of bipartisanship (there are plenty of nitwits in both parties), here are some points for discussion.
- You know perfectly well how I feel about the nitwits you want me to marry.
- Investing aficionados say flexible portfolio funds are only for nitwits who can't stand investing.
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