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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- Experienced observers attest to the extraordinary razzmatazz that surrounds World Cup events.
- But it's been about a decade since his canny combination of show-biz razzmatazz and high style was on a Broadway menu.
- The launch of the York City Supporters' Trust was packed with memories, stirring speeches, razzmatazz and above all a sense of hope and unity.
- But Danielsen offers a glimmer of hope for those who love blockbuster razzmatazz.
- With much less razzmatazz, McLean is marking a 50th anniversary of her own.
- As Delhi prepares for its annual date with razzmatazz, the fashion-conscious are debating who would be in the limelight this year.
- Wilson's constituent mail on Social Security is filled with the same rhetorical razzmatazz.
- In place of Merman's razzmatazz, Ross gives us a rounded, unsentimental portrait of a damaged human being.
- Especially in the 20-year-old's US homeland, where razzmatazz sells and the sport's publicity gurus need people to buy into it.
- But beneath this razzmatazz lies a sporting discipline full of high-energy moves and world championships.
- It is not possible to remedy this public disenchantment by more razzmatazz, electronic voting or Pop Idol stunts.
- For party animals who may want to add some razzmatazz to the festive season, there are other options.
- More than 800 invited guests turned up for the high-kicking razzmatazz celebrating the town's largest single leisure investment.
- Some razzmatazz was necessary because ticket sales were slow.
- But we hadn't come here in quest of glitter and razzmatazz and we had looked forward to seeing an older Bastar.
- There was little in the way of fanfare, little in the way of razzmatazz.
- The immediate effects of all the G8 razzmatazz are negligible.
- Mikey chose to keep the special day personal and romantic opting for close family and friends rather than all the ShowBiz razzmatazz…
- The much awaited fashion week is yet to start, but the run-up to the Capital's annual dose of razzmatazz is almost as busy.
- We will not be ‘launching’ the fundraising initiative with a big splash full of razzmatazz.
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