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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- The absence of democracy only strengthened the self-proclaimed fanatics.
- He is a mechanic by trade, a professional pilot, a carpenter and a gardener - a self-proclaimed master of all trades.
- A self-proclaimed expert in the art of cheating, he decides to share his expertise with Paul.
- Once disagreement turns into self-proclaimed hate, it becomes blinding.
- It is too easy to skip over feminism in these self-proclaimed post-feminist times.
- A self-proclaimed addict, Trisha confesses that she writes all the time.
- For their self-proclaimed heir to use visual trickery may seem a cop-out, or a challenge whose rewards do not make it worth accepting.
- What we have seen in the last century are socialist states ruled by self-proclaimed communist parties.
- Well, she's a self-proclaimed Texas liberal who likes to tell it like it is, and by golly she does.
- Sales managers aren't likely to be impressed with this self-proclaimed underachiever.
- Many of the self-proclaimed experts admit no one really knows what convergent media is or what it will become in the furore.
- Some people are self-proclaimed experts in everything, and I've met a few.
- Being a self-proclaimed feminist myself, I find that type of name-calling so boring and passé.
- Compassionate conservatism is the President's self-proclaimed philosophy.
- The self-proclaimed king of all media is blasting off to a new realm, satellite radio.
- The march was mostly peaceful, although some self-proclaimed anarchists spray-painted slogans on a bank.
- Crowds from near and far lined the streets of the beautiful fishing village in the hope to get a glimpse of the self-proclaimed diva.
- I have not properly appreciated her self-proclaimed role as head cheerleader for our public schools.
- Bipolar disorder is just manic depression by another name, and I am a self-proclaimed depression expert.
- The programme clearly set out why he was a feared criminal before his self-proclaimed salvation from a life of crime.
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