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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- This was partially due to a lack of technology to concentrate the deeper unoxidized ores and the high cost of transportation to the nearest railhead.
- If it had only one redeeming quality, it was that it was the closest railhead to Montana.
- This is because of the inefficiency of transporting heavy goods to a railhead to be loaded on to a train, only for the same expensive operation to be necessary when it is off-loaded at its destination.
- Grant's goal was to have his wagons never operate more than a single day's march from their supply depots, usually at railheads or river ports.
- From Delhi, the nearest railhead to Bandhavgarh is Umaria, 35 km away.
- Meanwhile, the development of a railhead at Milford is likely to be delayed even further due to mounting opposition by local residents.
- The closest railhead was hundreds of miles away and, in those early days of aviation, an air drop was out of the question.
- The timber cutters in turn provided extra income for nearby farmers during lean times to transport it to Laura the nearest railhead.
- Lawful targets also include dual-use objects like bridges, railheads, road networks, and similar transportation infrastructure used both by civilians and by enemy armed forces.
- Located at a major railhead, the town was a wool center for the sheep growers in the region.
- Before the Kingston / Queenstown road was built goods were taken by steamer or by packhorse from the railhead at Kingston, and this track follows part of the old pack track.
- The little hill station of Kohima, north of Imphal and on the road to the important railhead of Dimapur, was encircled, but held out in an epic siege.
- With the improvement in roads, cattle and sheep could be loaded at the station reducing the need for droving stock to railheads.
- The train stays at the railhead for half an hour, leaving divers with the flexibility of choosing which train they would like to ride back to shore on.
- Cambrai was an important town as it contained a strategic railhead.
- He also hauled back freight from the isolated mountain communities to the railhead.
- He had to endure a 27-mile ride in a springless wagon over rough roads to a railhead at Guiney Station.
- By the 1920s a state-subsidized system of grain elevators, silos, and storage at railheads helped to ease the cycle of glut and scarcity.
- Throughout the war, transportation and traction beyond railheads were to remain overwhelmingly horse drawn.
- Three CAT C - 46s arrived at the northeastern railhead of Udorn, Thailand, on 11 September to begin the airlift.
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