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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- A furlong out they were hailing a champion but he just got beat; he has not been trounced, he was only beaten in the last 100 yards.
- Last season they had a point to prove and they did just that, going unbeaten through their league campaign and then trouncing Grange in the Scottish Cup final just 24 hours after the Edinburgh club had been crowned Premier League champions.
- They trounced Fiji before losing heavily to South Africa and, most gallingly, being edged out by Samoa at L' Aquila.
- Both sides have recorded good midweek results, Harrogate beating Whitley Bay 1-0 and Farsley trouncing Bradford Park Avenue 4-1.
- Despite these admirable performances, the Scots couldn't prevent St. Benedict from trouncing them 119-41.
- In fact, since they lost to Melbourne in the 1999 grand final, the Dragons have only beaten their premiership nemesis once - a 50-4 trouncing the following year in Wollongong.
- Meanwhile, the young woman in the leather suit had trounced several of the black-clad thugs.
- Howard, of course, went on to trounce Mark in the only contest that in the end mattered - on the election day.
- Bury suffered their worst ever Football League Cup defeated when they were trounced 10-by West Ham.
- The legislative Speaker conceded defeat after being trounced by Jones.
- The major countries are trouncing the minor countries, which really makes one wonder about the countries that have been eliminated on the way to these finals.
- Fylde gained ample revenge for an earlier 6-1 defeat by trouncing Arnside Reserves 10-1.
- He jumped and travelled really well in that particular contest, as he trounced his opponent by 20 lengths.
- Even with the forwards far below their recent best, Scotland, though roundly trounced by the end, had enough of the ball and the game against Ireland to have won the match.
- Critics trounced it, because that's what they do... they're fickle like that.
- On more than one occasion, a self-appointed individual would take it upon himself to give me a severe trouncing.
- The President's party looked set for five years in power and a free hand on reforms yesterday after trouncing the left and far right in first round voting that pointed to a solid parliament majority.
- In York White Rose Ladies League division one, Sun's title aspirations were dealt a blow after Tap trounced them 5-2.
- There will have been more than a few County fans aggrieved at defeating Alloa by a margin less impressive than their rivals' 4-1 trouncing the previous week, but let there be no mistake, this was a vital win in a fraught campaign.
- Australia's cricketers are back after trouncing England by 57 runs in last night's match here.
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