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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- All floors are accessible by wheelchair and prams and wheelchairs are available on request
- So it is a fairly common injury that athletes who push wheelchairs often sustain, on a chronic basis.
- Rather than being pushed around in her wheelchair, Amnah can join other children.
- When I saw her in my outpatient clinic she could hardly walk and was brought in a wheelchair.
- Blocking my path was a young woman in a wheelchair being pushed by her mother.
- People in wheelchairs have difficulty being pushed round the clothes stores because the displays are so close together.
- They'd have to hire someone to sit me in a wheelchair and push me around all day.
- There is an old lady being pushed in a wheelchair past our car along a bumpy dust-track.
- New trains have special areas for wheelchairs and disabled toilets.
- The buses have low floors and are able to easily carry pushchairs, wheelchairs and bikes.
- The police turned away some of the disabled people in wheelchairs who had also lined up to be arrested.
- All the cash raised will go to Whizz Kidz, a charity that provides wheelchairs for disabled children.
- We hardly get any young volunteers and now we're older we can't push the wheelchairs.
- Those in wheelchairs and the disabled were trapped in the surging crowd.
- I wouldn't be able to do any of the lifting but pushing a wheelchair around wouldn't be too bad.
- The charity provides general and sports wheelchairs for disabled children and young people.
- The bus needs to be suitable for wheelchairs and disabled people.
- She says he then lectured them about disability and said the wheelchairs are for disabled people only.
- The amount by which Ryanair said it would raise its ticket prices if forced to provide wheelchairs for disabled passengers.
- Previously, wheelchairs could simply be pushed across the wooden crossings.
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