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 likens these organisms to Russian dolls, with the original bacteria nestled deep within other organisms.
- As if a single universe was not enough, there were more of them out there - like those Russian dolls she had played with when she was a little kid.
- Poignant moments between the brothers nest like Russian dolls within six generations of their clan and seven hundred years of Scottish Highlander history on two continents.
- Every mystery is contained inside another one like a Russian doll but one where each shell is the same size as the last, a recursive puzzle.
- Enjoy a Russian folk-art exhibition featuring a wide range of exhibits including Russian dolls, batik and Christmas decorations.
- The fate of most councils or committees is to grow too large to be effective and to be replaced by an executive or inner caucus, like a series of Russian dolls.
- The flea market offers many unique items including mounted butterflies and Russian dolls featuring former Soviet leaders and past American presidents.
- In another, a display of icons, religious insignia and Russian dolls opens onto a personal worship area and the intimate portraits of a woman and a young man.
- For the novice collector, a 20 th-century painted wooden Russian doll set has the affordable estimate of €223 to €298.
- Yet each year the tree adds a new layer of wood under the bark, and the amount of wood needed to coat the whole tree increases, just as, in a set of Russian dolls, each new doll on the outside has to be bigger.
- Like Russian dolls, each had a smaller version of itself hidden inside.
- On display are Buddhas, animé characters, and Russian dolls.
- One gold earring - quite possibly to be worn by a man, the carvings suggest - is a fist-sized, astonishingly intricate, assemblage of dozens of rings and spirals, set inside each other like a Russian doll.
- Scary Movie brings to mind those Russian dolls that fit one inside the other.
- Determined to make a success of it, they used their own cupboards from home for the bar, added Russian dolls, folk art and solid wooden tables to create an unpretentious rustic look - just on the cusp of kitsch.
- Each additional bundle consists of yet more leaves and yet more bundles, and so forth, like nested Russian dolls, but more complicated.
- Still, only golf sets up its challenges in such a tidy row, a telescoping succession like that of Russian dolls nested one inside the other.
- At a shop in a newly built Chinese customs office building, Russian dolls, Korean carrots and other souvenirs were sold.
- THE Russian dolls, if they are indeed Aberdonian, will have to go some to match the merchandising success story that has been the Willie Miller / Che Guevara T-shirt.
- At the ceremony, a Russian member of the association presented him with a collection of traditional Russian dolls bearing the faces of previous ROC presidents and himself.
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