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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- He occasionally forgets a name, he loses his train of thought when there are distractions, and he has walked away from six pairs of expensive sunglasses.
- We are wearing sunglasses, and sneakers or sunglasses and high heels, or even, sunglasses and flip flops.
- Prizes also include sunglasses, clothes and electronic gear.
- They wear sunglasses and white clothes; they hold glasses of wine.
- In close-up, a woman (the artist) appears, costumed in headscarf, lipstick and sunglasses.
- I became a virtual hermit, only venturing outside to go the supermarket, and even then I'd wear a hat and sunglasses.
- Her foppish companion, along for the ride, seems both amused and distant in sunglasses, scarf and blazer, chin resting on his hand.
- Style saturates this show, which seems to revolve around sunglasses, gore, and heavy rap music.
- Should everyone have to wear reflective sunglasses?
- He comes across as a burly, brusque man with a penchant for cowboy hats and sunglasses.
- Wear clothes made of cotton or natural fibres, protect the face and neck with a wide-brimmed hat and wear sunglasses.
- Glasses or sunglasses are necessary while you are learning to cast the fishing line.
- Yet he made each as distinctively his own as his trademark sunglasses and razor-sharp suits.
- He shows me a picture of a man sporting only a luxuriant moustache, wraparound sunglasses and a pair of underpants.
- Please put on your sunglasses to avoid the glare.
- I wasn't hurt, but he shattered a brand new pair of $700 prescription sunglasses I had just purchased.
- Sylvia went into a mod boutique and nicked two pairs of huge white plastic sunglasses with blue lenses.
- Even at 9.15 am the sun was hot enough to make Islington's Upper Street seem eerily Mediterranean - all pavement cafes, lattes and sunglasses.
- He's wearing white chinos, a blue short-sleeved shirt and sunglasses.
- The book I ended up getting had on the cover a close-up photograph of a girl wearing big sunglasses and a scarf around her neck.
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