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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- It is more likely that your dreams are daydreams in the twilight zone between sleep and wake.
- But it is equally true that they only flourish in the twilight zone separating serious film from cheap entertainment.
- So we enter a twilight zone where both parties talk about security, but refuse to actually take the necessary steps to achieve security.
- The inference therefore by logical extension is that the ‘other’ half of the population exists in some kind of a twilight zone that is superior in moral principle.
- You know, this is like living in a twilight zone.
- At the same time as the older boy started to play, Alex returned from the twilight zone and started paying attention to the game again.
- If you are involved in the twilight zone there are certain rules laid down and you abide by them.
- I get up and sit on the edge of the bed and for a few minutes I'm in a twilight zone where I can't figure out what I'm supposed to do next.
- But tax experts warn such deals are operating in a twilight zone.
- Being the hedonist that I am, waking up at 5.30 am, which may be the norm for some people especially those living in outer Sydney and commuting to work, is nothing but a twilight zone for me.
- And to be able to enjoy Sonny's world, trapped in the throes of a twilight zone, it is best to do so without comparing it to one's own world.
- If Charlene hadn't called her friend, she could still be in the twilight zone.
- It is a place so strange that even scientists refer to it as the twilight zone.
- Visitors enter a twilight zone of vast proportions as they are invited to explore the basic elements of earth, air, fire and water in four modern pavilions crammed full of interactive exhibits.
- More time lapse and we fell into the international twilight zone of hospital waiting rooms.
- It didn't take long, no matter how many of my old show I watched or channel surfed, to find myself in an ideological twilight zone.
- He said 16 and 17-year-olds were ‘living in a twilight zone between childhood and adulthood’, gaining different rights at different ages.
- Venture into York after the shops have shut and before the nightlife picks up, and something strange happens. You enter the twilight zone.
- In the twilight zone between sleep and awake, I make the decision to skip my shower and be a pig today.
- Poised in the twilight zone between the living and the nonliving, a virus is just a short strand of DNA or RNA coiled tightly inside a shell made of protein molecules.
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