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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- Pornography seems to be a like, excuse the pun, a grind.
- We are always grateful to those who take the minute or two to keep us, and their public, in the picture - forgive the pun.
- By all reports, the mountain men love mountain women almost as much as winning rugby league games (a cheap pun based on no facts).
- A healthy diet is, if you'll forgive the pun, a movable feast.
- The flaming comet on the cover and the name pun on the fact that Chitti's birth year is sadharana in the Hindu calendar, when Haley's comet was sighted.
- A whole whack of puns, one-liners and double entendres get crammed into the 90-minute running time, and most of them fall flatter than a postage stamp.
- The name Cindy sounds like a near pun to cinders, which speaks again to the idea of complete destruction for the birth of some new work.
- Forgive the pun, but this is a spellbinding book.
- Mrs Conti doubtless had a lively night. Competitive eating has, excuse the pun, become very big over the last two decades.
- Alexander Witt who has directed this film is a competent second unit director and delivers what is expected of him - absolutely brain-dead stuff - forgive the obnoxious pun!
- Using the curse of the werewolf as a metaphor for puberty, it's a sharp and, forgive the pun, biting take on adolescence.
- Nevertheless, the simple economics of house building mean that once a house has distinctive details, a sizeable garden and large rooms in a desirable location, the price, forgive the pun, will go through the roof.
- Colonic irrigation may be the butt - excuse the pun - of many a joke, but for those who benefit from the treatment it's no laughing matter.
- We can deduce whether a consonant was sounded from the way puns work.
- It's a pun on the fact that Darien called the servants pigs.
- And yet, by his own admission, he had no drive - excuse the pun - nor desire to get into selling cars.
- Our mechanical friend ain't doing too hot - forgive the pun - either.
- You'll forgive the pun, but, Rocco, isn't this just a bit Mickey Mouse for you?
- Paisley should voice his support for the men of the cloth who will bear witness any disarmament and take their word as, excuse the pun, gospel.
- Stuart Wenham how about you give us a bit of a sense of how your work in photovoltaic research has plugged into the Olympic Games, excuse the pun?
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