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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- But the pièce de résistance was an under-5-inch-tall lone speaker that could be placed anywhere, indoors or out.
- The pièce de résistance was a white silk front flounce gown.
- The fashion show, in a huge, walled-off, darkened area of hall, is the Fair's pièce de résistance - and it's packed.
- The pièce de résistance, though, was a gargantuan platter of seafood overflowing with everything from lobster all the way down to razorfish.
- I just wanted to dispose of that before getting to the true pièce de résistance.
- The pièce de résistance is a crêpe, not a pancake, thin and quite dense and slightly sweet, wrapped around who knows how many sausages and filled with bright-orange melted cheese.
- I selected the fillet of red mullet as a warm-up to the pièce de résistance - the pigeon de bresse.
- The pièce de résistance is the property's unusual decked roof terrace in cedar wood with bamboo plants, used to host summer cocktails
- But the real pièce de résistance has to be the excellent polo facilities, which are also available to guests.
- His pièce de résistance was the gigantic national assembly in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- After a spot of bird-watching in the Bharatpur avian sanctuary, you'll travel to see the pièce de résistance, the Taj Mahal.
- But the pièce de résistance of all such schemes was the one based on ‘the powder of sympathy.’
- The pièce de résistance was the enlarged orchestra's traversal of Mahler's Symphony No 1 in D (Titan).
- But all these were to be overshadowed by the pièce de résistance - the Taj Mahal at Agra, arguably the most perfect mortuary building in all Islam.
- The pièce de résistance is a curvy fifties bar, which has its own light system and a corny old martini shaker on the counter.
- The pièce de résistance was the appearance of a massive bald eagle, born in Scotland.
- The pièce de résistance is the laconium steam room, which boasts an enormous amethyst crystal that is said to have calming and healing properties.
- It took me four years to discover the one true pièce de résistance of English cooking.
- The true pièce de résistance has to go to the artists and the mood set out by their artwork.
- For me, the pièce de résistance came in the form of the Hell's Angels filming sequences.
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