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's a nice bit of vox pop shown on a nifty display system and it shouldn't be here at all, but on the shortlist for a prize for movie journalism.
- The Evening Standard did a vox pop at one of the Beacon Primary schools in my ward.
- The Guardian was also the only paper to print a less than excited vox pop.
- On the day he was appointed, Sky Sports carried out a vox pop of supporters at the stadium and could barely find one with a kind word to say about a manager who had been relegated five months previously.
- She also did a vox pop in the town centre where people told her the issues they felt were important for the election, which included pensions, taxes and immigration.
- According to a recent vox pop on Morning Ireland the Northern Ireland Assembly is not popular just now.
- The vox pop interviews on the street had an almost chummy tone to them.
- The centre piece of the campaign, to be launched today is a vox pop of people in the north west being interviewed about their views of the plans to set up a mini parliament.
- That documentary is only an hour long and it packs more hard information and fact-based stories than Moore's vox pop comedy stylings.
- The five people whose comments you print in the vox pop miss the point.
- It included one of those page-filling vox pop surveys where a reporter and a photographer interview passers-by in the street about an issue of local importance.
- General Elections are the finest hour of our old friend the vox pop.
- This is written vox pop, a Canterbury Tales for our time.
- With parents and children you are likely to end up getting a vox pop about whether a teacher is liked or not.
- They were pitching a radio van at the top of Grafton Street that day and conducting vox pop interviews with various Scottish visitors about their attitude to the euro.
- During two hours of vox pop he was unable to find a single New Yorker in support of it.
- The crew also went outside and did some vox pop with a number of people who volunteered.
- At the racecourse on Friday Angus Loughran had conducted a vox pop of the press corps for the BBC.
- The vox pop interviews are so natural and emotionally naked that it is hard to believe that these amateur actors from Kent are actually performing.
- In our vox pop of Swindon residents, Elaine Breski, 31, of Park North, even correctly answered the one question that stumped the whole country.
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