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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- The strongboxes were never found, though a fair selection of notes were found ‘washed up‘.
- Inside the bank cubicle Tess picked up the strongbox and opened the door a crack.
- He went to the closet and found his strongbox intact.
- My data is my life, and I won't keep it in a strongbox that someone else has the keys for.
- When a retired bank employee linked to the missing strongbox turns up murdered, Frost has to go after that killer, too.
- Wastes were also discharged to the river from a paper mill, a hospital, and a strongbox manufacturing factory.
- Unlike back home where my money probably wouldn't exist anywhere but in a computer, my pay would be in cash stored in the treasury strongboxes.
- Here they find a mysterious island where their father has a metal strongbox buried in a ruined outhouse.
- ThinkEquity is just one of the companies finding that a few of its secrets are worth more in the open than gathering dust in a strongbox.
- A scroll was left on the nightstand, and the figure stooped to open the strongbox and swiftly redistribute the coins.
- They had control of the home while their husbands were away, and were responsible for the keys to their property, strongbox and resources.
- Elegant and inventive, all are in effect strongboxes, made of toughened laminated and bonded glass.
- Eventually, he did come across some documents found in a lead strongbox (found by a very old doctor).
- Its giant gilded strongbox glared bullion-brilliant, and paradoxically appeared to float at the centre of a giant olive-green pool.
- Turning from the strongbox, he walked towards the door and left the room.
- For Prints, Conner arranged a set of his fingerprints produced at the Palo Alto Police Department along with a strongbox containing file folders.
- A pair of shoes is set neatly on the wooden floor, a strongbox is just visible beneath the bed, and at its foot is a blanket trunk.
- I took them out of her strongbox and nobody even noticed it.
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