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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- Ben took off his coat so that he could sit at table in white shirtsleeves, waistcoat and silk string tie.
- Flapping his hands out of the capacious shirtsleeves, he brought them to his mouth, paused another instant, and then piped out: ‘Release!’
- Her hands are all red now, and her shirtsleeves too.
- He looked exhausted and frantic, his shirtsleeves rolled up to his elbows and little beads of sweat on his forehead.
- His blue shirtsleeves were rolled up to his elbows and his bandanna was jaunty about his neck.
- If long-sleeved shirts are worn, the sleeves of the jacket should cover the shirtsleeves.
- The edge of his gauntlets show beneath the edge of his shirtsleeves, flashing as he walks in time with the bracers that cling to his shins and over his feet.
- Become part of the team, roll up the shirtsleeves, and be prepared to get dirt on your hands.
- All the photographs show him in an apron and shirtsleeves, surrounded by his paintings, with the television (a black-and-white set) and the radio both on at the same time.
- Jude entered the room, rolling his shirtsleeves up to his elbows as he always did, ‘What's that, you say?’
- ‘I'm sorry, I'm such a disgrace,’ Sam sobbed into her brother and her hands clung to his shirtsleeves.
- For prices ranging from five dollars to 50, young women lift skin-tight tops and men roll up their shirtsleeves to get their bodies inked with temporary tattoos, which last several weeks.
- Jamie rolled up his shirtsleeves to his elbows and gave a small sigh, rubbing his head again.
- These men with weather beaten faces and broad shoulders went about their business quietly, their shirtsleeves rolled up over their muscular forearms.
- He pockets his cuff links, then briskly, with a snapping sound, rolls his shirtsleeves to his elbows.
- He's visibly agitated, gesturing with passion, darting looks out the window, and adjusting his monogrammed shirtsleeves as he searches for his words.
- Thus, a miller in apron and shirtsleeves would not be confused with a magistrate in frock coat, knee breeches, and silk stockings.
- He removed his cuff links and placed them on the table next to the decanter and folded back the cuffs of his shirtsleeves before picking up his whisky glass once more.
- Still, there is nothing like old fashioned grassroots support, the kind that makes you roll-up-your shirtsleeves and get your hands dirty.
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