In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1dinero que se paga para descargar la conciencia
- By the time they returned, all three were legless and the rickshaw driver had been given enough conscience money to buy a small house in Puri, the seaside town we had escaped to.
- The receipt of £25 conscience money, sent anonymously to the Receiver of Revenue at East London, is acknowledged.
- The whole idea of paying conscience money isn't the way to save the environment.
- If it was conscience money, then it was fortunate for the couple that the cost of assuaging their guilt was measured in the national currency of a poor country.
- In modern times, colleges have paid conscience money for their wider ambitions by setting up new aid programs for local students, sometimes singling out those who have shown leadership and community involvement.
- Anything else will be little more than conscience money.
- But I have paid conscience money many times.
- Moreover, for him, many Hollywood liberals don't donate anything more than conscience money to their cause.
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