It gets it name from the place in England called Arsenal.
The Staffordshire Bull Terrier gets its name from the county in England in which it was developed. The county, Staffordshire, is in central England.
South Carolina got its name from a king of England.
It is named for the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I of England.
The Chelsea football club gets its name from the place Chelsea in England.
"He gets to England by plane" is correct, because "to" is the correct preposition to use when you are talking about reaching a destination.
It was named after the King of England at the time. (King Goerge II).
Portsmouth VA got its name from Portsmouth in England as it is the home port of the Royal Navy. Portsmouth VA is a large naval port and Portsmouth in England is a very important naval base in England.
England gets about 50 tornadoes a year
The bread named granary bread gets its name from the flour which is used that bears the same name. This bread began being made in the country of England.
for the short answer it gets imported
They grow them.
That England gets exotic foods and gets them cheap.
England is just called England. However, some people erroneously say England when what they mean is Britain, which is comprised of England, Scotland and Wales together. When Northern Ireland is added, the country then gets its full and proper name of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
In my opinion, I don't like England. It gets cold, its dirty, and it rains alot.
i lived in England and all i can remember was the robin!
it got it from england
by a dog or something else
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Rugby was named after the place, in England, where William Webb Ellis first picked up a football(soccer ball) and ran with it.
the settlers in new england were from england and since england was such a success they decided to name the new country after it.
England is a name I have never seen it in the dictionary.