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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- Now the growth of big rural shopping centres is bringing shoppers out of town.
- Business at East London shopping malls is booming whilst the city centre struggles to attract shoppers.
- By this time, throngs of shoppers had gathered around us to watch the commotion and were whispering frantically.
- A lorry driver was killed in a fireball crash which closed the M60 and marooned thousands of shoppers in the Trafford Centre.
- This would have seen the current station demolished and the area transformed into a public square, with direct access to the Wheatsheaf Centre for shoppers.
- Before the upgrade, there were 90,000 shoppers in Stirling town centre per week; that figure has now leapt to 265,000.
- At least a further £5,140.05 was collected from shoppers in York city centre, and £79.05 at Osbaldwick.
- Delicacies from cheese to black puddings are being showcased at Selfridge's in London and the Trafford Centre to give shoppers a taste of the region.
- Having wrestled our luggage from the tube station through throngs of Oxford Street shoppers, we jumped at the chance.
- Businesses and shoppers are backing plans to get rid of Laindon Shopping Centre, claiming it is an ‘eyesore’ that is deserted most days.
- The former gas works off Station Avenue, Filey, is earmarked for redevelopment by Scarborough Council to attract more shoppers into the town centre.
- He spotted me amidst the throng of Christmas shoppers and pointed me out to his friend.
- Parking permits have been introduced for residents of a North Yorkshire town centre after complaints that shoppers were blocking out shop staff and tenants.
- Bold plans which will open up the centre of Castle Street and Market Street for shoppers have been revealed in a detailed application this week.
- They claim that city centre businesses which provide toilets for shoppers and patrons will suffice.
- In December, 2001, about 908,000 shoppers visited the town centre.
- However, on most days the audience consists of only a handful of shoppers and city centre security guards.
- The photo of First Avenue and Pike Place shows throngs of shoppers moving through Seattle's Pike Place Market.
- This action was denying parking spaces to shoppers and affecting business in the area.
- The city's Arndale Centre was bustling throughout the evening as shoppers thronged the complex.
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