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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- If the silver foxes can read human gestures anyway, Hare said, it will imply that dogs’ capacity to interpret gestures was simply a chance byproduct of their domestication.
- With his grey silk suit to match his hair, Vincent suggests a silver fox (the predator image is underscored when a coyote, eyes flaring briefly, crosses in front of the taxi).
- The protesters called on the Minister to show compassion to the thousands of mink, silver fox and Arctic fox confined in rows of small barren cages on fur factory farms in the Republic.
- The old prison is now a museum, and the nearby wildlife park has rare Scottish wildcats as well as silver foxes, badgers, deer and wallabies.
- The silver fox, a variant of the red fox, is a close relative of the dog.
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- Dressed in an ever deeper purple, the king's robe was adorned with silver fox around the neckline.
- I mean, the white blonde hair and the silver fox and the diamonds.
- One technical innovation is Saga's fish scale technique which uses different fur types such as silver fox with mink to create a lightness of texture with pattern.
- She called up a mental picture of herself with a long, luxurious silver fox tail wrapped around her body.
- She left behind 15 mink coats, six silver fox stoles, a dress studded with diamonds, a bullet-proof bra and 2,800 pairs of her coveted shoes.
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