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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- Items for sale will include Christmas presents, decorations, cakes, toiletries and cards.
- There are perfumeries and cosmetics for the lady in your life and aftershave or toiletries for him.
- Therefore, having soap, shampoo and toiletry items available to them is a big plus.
- Instead of going into city and town centres to buy cosmetics, toiletries or aspirin, shoppers are picking them up along with the bread and milk.
- Fill antique bowls or shaving mugs with pretty toiletries, such as soaps or bath salts.
- Palm oil is used in everything from food products to cosmetics and toiletries.
- The list is endless, and includes perfume, toiletries, videos, DVDs, sports goods and car parts.
- It is estimated that women absorb up to two kilograms of chemicals through toiletries and cosmetics every year.
- I did say that I needed toothpaste and other personal toiletries, which they supplied to me.
- The store sells a range of hardware, gifts, toiletries and household goods.
- Last week she spent £15 sending parcels to her son, containing items like toothpaste and toiletries.
- Her cosmetics and toiletries were on her dresser and candles were scattered about the room.
- It is a well-documented fact that cosmetics and toiletries contain numerous hazardous ingredients.
- On arrival, each resident will be provided with a care package of clothing and toiletries.
- I disagree entirely with the use of animals for the testing of make up and toiletries such as shampoo.
- The parcels contain items such as toiletries, sun-tan lotion and sweets all of which will be much appreciated.
- Changing consumer preferences and rising living standards are expanding the market for imported cosmetics and toiletries.
- The bathroom was bright, and spacious, with twin basins and a decent range of toiletries.
- Shopping for cosmetics and toiletries online is now big business.
- Her hands reached in and closed around the toiletry kit that held her shampoo, conditioner, razors, hairspray, clips, twisties, soaps and other such items.
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