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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- Even by the cynical standards of our dishonest political system, this is world-class chutzpah.
- The action keeps on coming, making up for some poor digital effects with good choreography and plenty of chutzpah.
- Charmed by his chutzpah and mile-wide smile, she gave him her number.
- It has some merit as a display of chutzpah, but that is it.
- Please spare us any more of your bad manners, chutzpah, irony and hypocrisy!
- Perhaps it was not a case of misguided chutzpah after all.
- The group's sheer chutzpah is so persuasive you're entertained all the way.
- His conference speech last year was breathtaking in its chutzpah and ill-concealed ambition.
- Not a lot of men on this planet look good in lime green, but you've got to admire the his chutzpah.
- What it lacks in status and history, however, Croydon more than makes up for in sheer chutzpah, at least if its charismatic mayor is anything to go by.
- But chutzpah seems to be an indispensable part of the country's diplomatic culture.
- The Byre Theatre returned with a proposal to demolish the building and start again and was awarded £3.4m for its chutzpah.
- Like the target audience, this film is young, dumb, and full of chutzpah.
- Their courage and chutzpah turned a local story into an international media phenomenon and inspired millions of women worldwide.
- Her chutzpah paid off and, after the wrap party, she headed for London and started applying for jobs as a producer.
- The author may not have much of an argument, but you've got to admit he's got chutzpah.
- This college has the sheer chutzpah to name their graduate school after Cambridge!
- Ruby was so successful because she was brilliant, very hard working, and had a lot of chutzpah.
- It takes enormous chutzpah to write, direct and mount your own show, and to do such a thing at the age of 14 is no small feat.
- The ex-politician's chutzpah has not been diminished by his incarceration.
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