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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- On the fifth day the guards said that they had verified the women's statements and brought them clean underwear, toothbrushes and toothpaste.
- Items of hygiene including toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, soap powder, toilet rolls, brushes and combs, cotton wool and first aid packs.
- I was made to feel a failure because I don't keep old toothbrushes to clean those hard to reach cracks with and was made to feel a fool because I still have a toilet brush.
- Gently brush the toes of one foot with an unused toothbrush, soaked in a shampoo solution.
- For the overnighter I pretty much took a toothbrush, my hot water bottle and a change of underwear.
- These samples were taken from personal articles such as hairbrushes or toothbrushes.
- Reception year children are provided with a ‘brush bus’ containing labelled toothbrushes bearing the children's names.
- Dentists approve of children's electric toothbrushes because they clean well, but even so, a parent should do the brushing.
- Relatives of missing people were asked to provide DNA samples by bringing in toothbrushes, hair brushes, electric razors, and other personal items.
- Clean your appliance by brushing it gently with your toothbrush and toothpaste.
- While standing in front of the pile of hairbrushes and toothbrushes, a young man approaches me.
- We passed out combs and hairbrushes, toothbrushes, pencils and pens, and dolls and stuffed animals.
- She then brought out a toothbrush and a bottle of her very own home-made detergent.
- All right, it makes sense that the military gives toothbrushes for cleaning.
- The aerolatte looks like an electric toothbrush, but with a whisk head instead of a brush.
- The personal relevance of the story to children was increased by distributing toothbrushes with reminders to brush after eating.
- You can use the end of a toothbrush handle to tool the joints and clean the intersections.
- Use only a wet toothbrush and brush after breakfast and at night before bedtime.
- This is usually because they are very difficult to clean with an ordinary toothbrush.
- Did you ever pay attention to the manual toothbrushes with the elaborate handles?
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