In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Dull pain throbbed in the back of her head where her skull had collided with the shatterproof glass.
- Her thoughts ran around in her head, pounding her skull.
- It was a quick, sharp pain in the back of his head from inside his skull.
- Feeling the headache come from within her skull, she headed to the water basin and splashed some water on her face.
- But here's the rub: each contestant is given just eight hours to cram their skull with their opponents' specialised subject.
- But light sears in, and I shudder, my entire body retching in the pain of my head and my skull.
- I put my hands behind my head to prop my skull up so I had a clear view of the ocean.
- She put the emphasis on the negative, hoping it would penetrate their thick skulls.
- Thoughts chased one another through my head until my skull ached from their haphazard flights.
- I felt its claws sink in my skull and shifted my head to look at it.
- His head throbbed against his skull, and he closed his eyes again, the light of the room making the migraine worse.
- Drake closed his eyes tightly as the voice in his head reverberated around his skull.
- He also told a male that the lump on his head was his skull.
- Ethan put a hand slowly to his head, feeling his skull.
- History, being his subject, he crammed into their skulls time and time again, getting frustrated that they never remembered it.
- The sound vibrations reverberate in the skull and heads towards the ear, where, we are assured, the diver can hear the conversation perfectly well.
- Soon after, she felt another something hard smack into her skull, making her head pound and spin.
- Flora pounded her fists into her skull and shook her head.
- She sat up swiftly from the floor but found that her neck was very sore and her head pounded beneath her skull.
- She dodged the flying body and kicked Lars hard enough to crush his skull.
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