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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- For the rest, travel allowances and excellent prize money would be incentive enough.
- Because of the jackpot and the big prize money on offer, the Golden League attracts the best athletes in the world.
- Then at the end of March is the big one, at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, with prize money of a million dollars.
- All contestants who last the entire night without leaving the house will receive prize money.
- The club also needs income to be able to provide the sort of prize money required.
- The prize money must be invested in a project of social or environmental benefit to the community.
- If a horse wins both races then the total prize money will be topped up to £1.3m.
- He now sets off this week with high hopes of earning enough prize money to guarantee his European Tour card.
- I've accumulated a lot of prize money on the US Tour this season, but I haven't won for four years.
- She won £100 prize money and was presented with a shield with her name on it.
- Players can go online and compete with players all over the country for real prize money.
- The race committee are planning the programme with good prize money on offer.
- She decides to set up a match between Bobby Jones and Walter Hagan for $10,000 prize money.
- Basically, the better your horse and the better it runs, the more chance you have of winning bigger prize money.
- The estimated £3m prize money from the show would be used to revamp the pool's Turkish baths.
- A delighted Mrs Seers said she did not yet know what she was going to do with her prize money.
- However, the interest is not shared equally between investors, but paid out in prize money.
- As long as the player can stay in the area of the shockwave, he or she earns bonus prize money.
- He also criticised the late payment of sponsorship contract money and tournament prize money to players.
- No sponsor has offered prize money on tourist matches for several years so it is no wonder most sides only bother to put out their second team.
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