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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- He has raised prices by 3p a litre, on top of a national price rise of about the same amount put in place by BP, in an effort to recuperate losses.
- The quickly qualifying and anxiety-ridden ‘of course’ indicates that, for Irene, his masculinity has to be rapidly recuperated from any trace of the feminine.
- He will now be recuperating from his ordeal and waiting to be told the date for his asylum claim appeal hearing.
- The course is a programme of exercise for people with physical disabilities and for those new to exercise, recuperating from illness or injury, or requiring a specially devised programme.
- Then he recuperates the error, and says that although it was the wrong man, or because of that, he learned more than he would have done otherwise.
- She was a caregiver for a local resident who's recuperating from a recent heart attack.
- Carlos was dancing with English National Ballet but recuperating from a foot operation and had gone home to convalesce.
- Football was cancelled last night, which was a good thing as my body was still recuperating from the previous night's game (which we won rather convincingly).
- Both are currently recuperating from their injuries in Galway hospital.
- Thursday was a down day, but it was spent mostly recuperating from being out so late the nights before.
- Suffering setback after setback, he is currently back in Rio recuperating from his latest.
- Simpson wrote the book, while recuperating from his injuries, in order to defend his friend's actions.
- He's still recuperating from his tracheotomy and his flu.
- She said she was taking the students to court to recuperate her losses, and as a matter of principle.
- The member will be aware that in certain circumstances the cost of custody may be recuperated from the airline that brought to New Zealand someone who was not granted a permit at the border.
- This increases safety and saves money, as any excess liquid propellant can be recuperated and automatically removed from the building to an area where it can be treated for reuse.
- I am sure all the residents who live along the Diego Martin highway are all awakened by these motorbikes especially on weekends when they are recuperating from a hard week's work.
- Council bosses managed to reopen half the course at the beginning of February in a bid to start recuperating some of the money lost and encourage golfers to return.
- In such a way our own critical creativity can be recuperated.
- Recent surface excavation and conservation have recuperated a substantial portion of Structure 16's elaborately carved facade.
- Of the three, only Kerrigan and Wellhauser will be receiving Feds funding to help recuperate losses incurred from their platforms.
- But his wife was recuperating from a serious road crash.
- The only way in which I can recuperate my humiliation is to turn it into an amusing anecdote that elicits laughter or sympathy.
- When I was recuperating from a long illness last year, doctors advised me against using public transport.
- After she hung up, she took a deep breath to recuperate her thoughts and wonder what she had gotten herself into.
- Indeed, by returning the money, the gang will be able to recuperate its money later on through rice-connected projects.
- Now it is feared Mrs Huxley, whose signature was on the residents' village green application, might be hit with a bill if the developer looks to recuperate its legal costs.
- She was in hospital, recuperating from a minor operation.
- He will continue recuperating from breathing problems and concentrate on his plans for holy week, which begins next Sunday.
- To recuperate some of the money lost, trash and treasure was sold in a mini-fete at the school last week - and there was plenty of community support.
- The longing that attends this description of lost friendship, children, and youth is recuperated by the comfort offered in the form of a Christmas card, and in turn offered by the poem itself.
- She stood up, feeling a bit dizzy, and closed her eyes until she recuperated the balance.
- Three months was also how long Evie spent recuperating from the injuries.
- To recuperate these costs and make the venture economically viable Bright Grey is going to have to secure a significant chunk of market share.
- And those who do get help often need financial assistance while recuperating from an injury or illness.
- The country has been recuperating from the blow of the recent devastating flood.
- Thus, the cost of the intervention was recuperated within three weeks.
- ‘He's recuperating from his operation,’ said his official spokesman, David Whitton.
- Of course the market will not stay at current levels forever and is expected to recuperate its losses during the next two or three years.
- Ellis had been recuperating from a serious illness when the wedding assignment happened.
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