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 horse is part-owned by Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, a regular visitor to York Races.
- He still part-owned a property, even if he no longer lived there, and was therefore not eligible for re-housing at present.
- Mr Dempsey bowed to pressure to commission the second review after it emerged the first was carried out by BPA (British Pipeline Agency), a company part-owned by Shell UK.
- It is difficult to imagine her living anywhere else but the secluded island of Martha's Vineyard - she even part-owns a glamorous clothing store there.
- Robert's first job in the wine industry was at the Sunny St Helena winery, then called Sunnyhill, part-owned by Jack Riordan, a friend of his father.
- Prescott said the First Time Buyer Initiative, which will enable key workers to part-own a new home, will benefit about 15,000 aspiring first-time buyers.
- Divorced, he also has five daughters, part-owns a restaurant in Reigate, and is a big shareholder in Hornby, the train set maker.
- John's wife Sue, the daughter of great trainer Vincent O'Brien, part-owned the 2001 Epsom and Irish Derby winner Galileo, and other leading horses.
- He has lived most of his life on the Massachusetts coast and now resides in New York City where he part-owns a cocktail bar.
- Among the businesses affected by the request is the hotel part-owned by Men Behaving Badly actor Neil Morrissey.
- He said he had been looking to get out of the Mean Fiddler, which also part-owns the Glastonbury festival as well as various live music venues, since it floated in 2000 and that he now wanted to invest in his other business interests.
- Some 20 members of the immediate family stayed over in the plush hotel, which is part-owned by media magnate Tony O'Reilly and his wife.
- The firm is also part-owned by its staff; long-term employees being offered a stake and votes on the board of directors.
- It has always been part-owned by the SAC, to whom it pays nearly £70,000 in rent each year.
- Born in 1944 to a wealthy Toronto family that part-owned a holding company called Argus, which ran breweries, mines and supermarkets, Black has known privilege all his life.
- Galen Weston, the Canadian billionaire and one of the family that part-owns Associated British Foods, is also interested.
- The country's fifth largest fuel distribution depot, it is operated by Total, part-owned by Texaco and also used by BP and Shell.
- The six-year-old, whose father Paul Barnett part-owns Pocklington firm VMS, faces a desperate race against time to find a suitable donor for a bone marrow transplant.
- When Riverdance began touring in the mid 1990s it was part-owned by RTÉ and several well-known Irish music industry figures, including U2 manager, Paul McGuinness.
- Our company is part-owned by the people who make Changing Rooms.
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