In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1tiroteo masculinebalacera feminine Latin Americabaleo masculine Chile
- The film is fairly conventional in its execution, harking back to the westerns of everyone's youth with its evocative sunsets, campfire conversations and shoot-outs.
- They engage in a shoot-out with Vittorio who eventually runs out the back door.
- Or people dying in any other way - war, bomb blasts, shoot-outs whatever…
- He thought it would win him extra respect in his neighbourhood, where murders, shoot-outs and drug deals were all part of life's rich tapestry.
- They told police that a financial dispute between their husbands led to arguments that ended in the shoot-out.
- A number of encounters and shoot-outs have been listed by media.
- The battle, involving about 270 soldiers, resulted in a shoot-out lasting some 20 minutes.
- Oh yes, there were brawls, and shoot-outs every day at noon, except for Sunday.
- The shoot-out at Ramsbottom Station was a re-enactment of the battle of Falaise, in northern France, during the second world war.
- Minority Report features its share of shoot-outs, fights, and chase scenes, some of which are quite spectacular.
- I remember local TV covering fires, riots, quakes, floods, shoot-outs, and other plane crashes, and I won't say they were always models of restrained journalism.
- Thanks to auto-aiming, the shoot-outs are even simpler.
- His character's primary trait is volatility, which is handy for saloon brawls and shoot-outs.
- These visceral shoot-outs, in buildings of super-realistic detail, are strung together by plot-development scenes in hand-drawn comic-strip style.
- There are no special-effects, no car chases or shoot-outs, just a touching, fascinating sense of humanity that left audiences spellbound.
- The movie is monotonous and dull, with lots of fiery explosions, perfunctory shoot-outs, and gory battles failing to generate any excitement.
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