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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- Just like in high school, they will reminisce about the past and look forward to the future.
- Fans will enjoy the revitalised element, while happily reminiscing on the past.
- I chuckled at his cheeky outburst and put on a pot of coffee so we could sit down by the shattered window and reminisce of fond memories past.
- Throughout the journey, the three of us reminisced about past times and learned some newfound information about one another.
- It was a chance to get away, to talk about the future, reminisce about the past, and to simply enjoy each other's company.
- The story takes place in a café where Julia reminisces about her past.
- They also reminisced over events that happened while they were still in grade school.
- He fingered an empty holy water vial, reminiscing on past battles and forgotten glories.
- But he supposed reminiscing about her past was hardly something they needed to do.
- Gazing out at the Bay, the old man reminisced about the past.
- They reminisce about past holidays and wonder if they are forgetting Johnny.
- Kids that weren't even born seem to have acquired memories of that day from their parents when they reminisce about the event.
- The couple changes the subject to the party later that evening and reminisces of past Christmases.
- Violet, an elderly resident in a care home, discusses the present and reminisces about the past, but ends up recalling events she'd rather have forgotten.
- Alex donned the simple silver ring on her fourth finger, and she glanced at it now, the hint of a smile lingering on her face as she reminisced on the past memories.
- We reminisced about the past and talked about the present, as well as the future.
- He reminisced about past years while they ate lunch before he excused himself and left the two men.
- For example, one should not talk of death, dying or misfortune and not reminisce about the past year, as this is a new year and a new beginning.
- I flipped through a magazine as they ate and spoke of music and reminisced over the past.
- Their combat days are over, but father and son reminisce about a past that makes them comrades as well as kin.
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