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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- We fished together, in rowboats, off riverbanks and bridges, in rivers and lakes, with worms and fish eggs, and lures and flies.
- When he emerged into the clear air by the riverbank, Tom was sitting where the water lapped at the cold stones.
- Outside, he could hear the sound of the river and a slap of waves against the riverbank as the occasional pleasure boat went by.
- Looking around, she saw the horses grazing by the riverbank, the stream gurgling away beside them.
- The project has given free livestock-operated drinking pumps to farmers, to help reduce sediment and nutrients entering the water from the riverbank.
- After a few weeks of casually watching the water level rise moderately along the riverbank, some concern began to set in.
- The main threats are probably the re-alignment of riverbanks and removal of riverside trees, but water pollution and river dredging are also serious problems.
- Each tagged fish was placed into a clear bucket of river water, carried down to the riverbank, and released.
- Willow, olives and tamarind are also introduced as all are species that thrive on riverbanks.
- Water smacked the riverbanks in large waves from the impact.
- She walked along the riverbank for several kilometers, until she reached a large waterfall, located on a cliff face.
- Claiming they owned the riverbanks and the streambed itself, they routinely denied the public access to rivers and streams.
- Rising waters would uproot prosperous farmers from the fertile riverbanks, forcing an estimated 100,000 people to move to higher ground where they could no longer plant corn and wheat.
- Had the riverbanks been broached then the damage caused would have been catastrophic, both in human terms and in its effect on the business and commercial life of the city.
- It is a well known that virtually every ancient civilization flourished on riverbanks.
- Water lilies grew along the riverbank as the stream of water flowed around trees that grew juicy fruits.
- The footprints continued down the riverbank, heading towards the water.
- Traditionally, communities were built along waterways - both seacoast and riverbanks - to facilitate the transportation of timber logs for export.
- Meanwhile, Cameron made her way down to the river, sitting near the riverbank.
- She saw people along the riverbank, bathing, washing their clothing, watering their livestock or fetching a bucketful.
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