In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- He's being hyped as the next superstar from Oz, following footsteps of Mel and Russell).
- I'm not sure this particular blog will survive the return to Oz; it depends very much what I end up doing.
- Oh wow, out of my way, Rachael, I'm heading to Oz right this very second.
- Indeed, our cobbers over in Oz even went so far recently as to pass some anti-spam legislation.
- I travelled to Oz 17 yrs ago with two other Americans.
- But now she is heading back to Oz and we met up for one last lunch to say our goodbyes.
- Oh, and it was good to get a letter from a friend in Oz today.
- Like all the interviews in Oz (I think the radio is very good out here) we had a lot of fun.
- General Motors Holden is celebrating 25 years of Commodore in Oz with the release of a special limited edition version of Australia's biggest selling car.
- He's just returned from Oz, where he spent the last 6 months heading up our branch in Perth.
- At first we seem to be in familiar terrain, both emotionally and geographically, since this story of a fractured marriage has been shifted from Oz to England.
- There's a heap of photos to post that may serve as proof that I'm not in Oz.
- And Warne has the added problem of a personal crisis to deal with, his wife reportedly on the plane back to Oz, their marriage on the rocks.
- On the other hand, friends who went to live in Oz would tell me I should never visit.
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