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 two police cars were blocking in a grey car and the policemen were talking to a man inside the car.
- What they want is policemen in pointy helmets patrolling very old walls in the drizzle.
- I watched as a policeman seized a teenage girl by the arms, her legs buckling from gas and shock.
- They were removed from the room and handcuffed by additional policemen outside.
- I await the knock upon the door and a brace of burly policemen with handcuffs.
- They even attacked the policemen that were driving to the other police stations to try and help fend them off.
- The policemen at the station threw her out as well, and also snatched the bedsheet away.
- It is one of the busiest junctions where policemen dread to man traffic during peak hours.
- We went straight to the local police-station where we were met by a young policeman.
- The report quaintly states that he pushed gently past the policeman and was gently arrested.
- The policeman tried to handcuff him but the boy kept pushing him away, so he called for backup.
- Later police academies would borrow this system to train policemen with target shooting.
- The threat of litigation against a police force would not make a policeman more efficient.
- Five of the policemen named in the programme were with Greater Manchester Police.
- There was an undercover policeman by the side of our coach given away by the large pistol in a holster by his side.
- As one of the policemen informed our reporter, those were students of one famous institute.
- If you want a policeman at the moment you have to phone Sorbaig Police Station.
- I collected another broad grin from two policemen patrolling in Williton this morning.
- The teenager managed to make his way outside and informed two policemen on patrol of what had happened.
- Six other soldiers and paramilitary policemen were killed in rebel attacks on their patrols.
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