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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- The unit has a crushable nose cone, which absorbs the landing on impact, minimizing damage.
- The crippled Ferrari emerged into the light with no front wing, a damaged nose cone and the left front wheel dangling uselessly at an angle.
- Only the exterior layer of three layers of glass in the cockpit was smashed and the nose cone was not pressurised, so the hole did not affect the aircraft's operation, said the spokesman.
- When it's stable, I will fire a drogue parachute, which will also come out of the nose cone, to make the craft stable.
- It appeared to be a technological marvel, from its nose cone, which droops for take-off and landing to give pilots better visibility, to its special heat-resistant skin.
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