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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- Jimmy and I liked fast rides like the roller coaster.
- There is a rather run-down amusement park with roller-coasters, a tower restaurant, and a dolphinarium presently under reconstruction.
- Their feet out in front of them, silhouetted against the twilight sky, travelling from one end of the park to the other, looking down at roller-coasters and parked cars.
- But we rode a roller coaster in Toronto with her on the fairgrounds after the show.
- She stood outside beside the exit door, and watched the rows of television screens displaying pictures of the roller coaster ride.
- Watching a video of a roller coaster ride will never bring on the same sense of vertigo as the real deal.
- It was like riding a roller coaster in the dark, only without seatbelts or a track.
- They rode a roller coaster, ate ice cream, and played games.
- She threw up after riding on a roller coaster five times.
- My heart gave a little flutter and my stomach dropped like I was going down a steep hill on a roller coaster, or over train tracks in the car.
- It felt like when you're riding a really fast roller coaster, only a hundred times worse.
- In the neutral condition, he chose the video clip depicting the roller coaster ride.
- Instead of your kids getting sick on the roller-coasters, they can involve themselves in their possible future careers.
- Currently there are well over 1,000 members worldwide who share the same dedication and enthusiasm for roller-coasters.
- DisneySea offers booze, a hair-raising roller coaster ride in a mock Incan temple, and an on-site spa.
- Do you go to an amusement park with your five friends in order to watch one friend ride the roller coaster?
- The fireball rammed into the roller coaster car and the whole part of the roller coaster track and the car blew up.
- You fancy some shooting, or a ride in the roller coaster.
- Notwithstanding, I learned a thing or two from the roller-coaster operator.
- Unlike the roller coaster ride from the night before, our drive to his father's house wasn't nearly as long.
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