In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1no identificadounidentified flying object — ovni masculine
- Walls were stained with an unidentified brown liquid and one bedroom ceiling had been heavily stained brown by smoke.
- He often goes online, unidentified, and tells others to log on to an interesting interview with a certain actor.
- The brothers were joined in the rescue by an unidentified third man.
- The next day, their father read about the body of an unidentified young woman being found on the outskirts of the capital.
- The others are profiles which are unidentified or require more work.
- Hopkins, a New York artist, had in 1964 seen an unidentified flying object over Cape Cod.
- Prescott's room was organised by an unidentified property developer.
- He was sprayed in the face with an unidentified liquid from a can.
- Novels by unidentified authors have made the bestseller lists before.
- Crooks is also planning to bring in a third, as yet unidentified, coach as he is looking towards an Alliance team next season.
- According to the unidentified man, the roadside strip was on his land.
- The man, who has not been named, was in a stable condition at an unidentified hospital, the department added.
- Nine unidentified bodies were believed to be those of the bombers.
- Nearby an unidentified skier ran into a 14-year-old Swedish girl and broke her leg.
- The two ended up having drunken sex with two unidentified honeys.
- Police say the vehicles involved were a white Mitsubishi Colt, a red Mercedes and a black, unidentified car.
- What was it about the unidentified fingerprint at the crime scene that led to this ‘mistake’?
- More than a year after his body was found floating in the River Ouse, an unidentified man was finally laid to rest yesterday.
- As Jacques Delors once put it, this is an unidentified flying object.
- There is a pictorial map of Scotland beside portraits of kilted, dying soldiers from unidentified battles.
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