In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1quitarle los arreos a
- Other camels were spared a finishing bullet by compassionate handlers who unharnessed them into a harsh wilderness, feeling that Allah would provide.
- She contented herself with unharnessing and caring for the horses.
- We were greeted at the Karelian hamlet of Vuokkiniemi by a small crowd of gangly teenage boys, who stood and stared but stayed their distance, watching these strange people unharness the huskies and mix their warm meal.
- On the command of both kings the horses of both chariots were unharnessed.
- If you're headed off into deep, unpacked snow for a backcountry excursion, unharness your pet, for deeper snow requires too much extra effort for pulling.
- Wordlessly, with Sister Probina's hateful eyes on her, Adriana unharnessed the black saddle-mule, her favorite of the two.
- If a farmer ploughing his field encounters a boulder, he unharnesses his oxen from the plough and rips the boulder from the ground and moves it aside.
- The dogs have to be unharnessed and staked out far enough so they don't fight one another.
- They unharnessed the horses and pulled his curricle away to celebrate.
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