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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- Her hair was in ringlets and she was wearing heels.
- Her dark, chocolate brown hair fell in bouncy ringlets and looked perfect whether Adele let it hang naturally or pinned it up.
- She looked to be around thirty and had brown hair curled in ringlets around her face.
- Her long blonde hair fell around her face in gentle ringlets, little curls falling down over her grey eyes.
- She had long, jet black hair in loose ringlets that bounced as she walked.
- I took a quick shower, dried my hair, and curled it in loose ringlets like I did every day.
- She walked gracefully down the steps, her hair now in beautiful ringlets.
- Most of them had their hair done up or ringlets cascading down their backs.
- She returned to the bathroom and finished shaping her long, honey-brown hair into loose ringlets.
- Her rich chestnut hair was piled into a nest of soft ringlets with soft wispy curls framing her heart-shaped face.
- Her long black hair lay in perfect ringlets framing her face.
- Her black hair was curled into tight ringlets.
- My hair was curled into ringlets and piled on the top of my hair.
- Her hair had been curled into ringlets and piled on top of her head; a scattering of pearls gleaming in amongst the curls like crocus buds emerging from rich, dark soil.
- His dark, black hair, curls into ringlets, falling from his head.
- She played with a ringlet of hair which was no longer tightly curled as it had been a few hours before.
- She had curled the ends in layers and pulled her hair into a high ponytail, leaving a ringlet on either side of her face.
- I began to smile, and she shook her head energetically, sending her ringlets and curls darting in every direction.
- It seemed that every strand of hair was in place, curling in loose ringlets towards the ends.
- She decided that she was going to let her hair dry in ringlets because she didn't feel like taking the time to straighten it.
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