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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- Speeding off into the skyway, the bus took flight, and the wake of the enormous vehicle blew away the hat of a young human child.
- As motorways become more and more clogged up with traffic, a new generation of flying cars will be needed to ferry people along skyways.
- Using anti-grav beacon technology linked with vehicle computers, the skyways allow flying cars to safely travel domestic routes at varying altitudes
- Port Town uses skyways and starships make less pollution than cars, so you probably did see stars… a rarity in any city these days.
- And the highways and skyways are expected to be jammed today as the Thanksgiving weekend draws to a close.
- Rocket belts will increase a man's stride to 30 feet, and bus-type helicopters will travel along crowded air skyways.
- The VASC captured futuristic designs in a special NASA display that shows airplane concepts that may some day fly on an interstate skyway.
- We've cleared airspace for you, and it's a perfectly sunny day throughout the skyway you'll be traveling.
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