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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- This means that every new trough will be at a higher price and every new peak will be similarly higher.
- A number of museums and galleries have suffered similarly in recent years.
- It would be no surprise to see others follow with similarly drastic measures if we are to avoid some heavy casualties.
- The shower room, made by his carpenter friend Tom Brown, was similarly inspired by a Japanese look.
- The intimacy of the mobile phone creates a similarly fragmented network of communication and desire.
- In December, an Arab-American Secret Service agent was similarly banned from a flight.
- The whole concept of the scout, insidiously checking that we behave, is similarly ridiculous.
- The last time was a couple of months ago, and it was similarly deadly.
- This case is indistinguishable from Pirelli and must be decided similarly.
- Solar power has the potential to provide a similarly limitless capacity.
- The eviction similarly feels too didactic to be dramatic and too staged to be convincingly informative.
- When I saw that Bosch appliances were now similarly priced to Zanussi, I got suspicious.
- They were similarly drunk, though not on the point of collapse just yet.
- It also has a class and breeding that sets it apart from its similarly priced German rivals.
- Another has a similarly painted blue surface on which the artists have placed polystyrene to resemble ice.
- Generating a figure for mobile phone use would be similarly difficult.
- Maybe others can enlighten me, and anyone else who is similarly curious.
- He adopts a similarly impressive cloak to go with his new identity as super hero.
- The power, glamour and authority of business, roaming the Net, will similarly increase.
- This corresponds to a similarly animated and rebellious stratum of western society.
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