In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1inocentelibre de culpaI am guiltless of any crime — no he cometido ningún delito
- A common feature of reports is that they provide evidence that condemn a government, but conclude that those in power are guiltless.
- Will it be some innocent school child, some caring parent, or some elderly guiltless person?
- The false rumour was tatty, but the Prime Minister's guiltless acknowledgement of it was refreshing.
- Now it seems to have taken a wretched, guiltless man's life with it.
- So for many immigrants (I'm one), there's something liberating about the guiltless American attitude toward patriotism.
- The hip hop elite are predominantly black ghetto children who dreamed of wealth in guiltless innocence and are more than happy to have got their hands on some.
- I am not guiltless in this regard, and like most other men, I have at one time or another shared the details of a one-night stand with my buddies.
- They had these looks… like the one he's got, blameless and guiltless, like someone had made a big mistake.
- But the board is not a guiltless, unsuspecting tool of county counsel when it comes to matters concerning the county's duties to the people it serves.
- How does he allow the innocent to suffer and the guiltless to die?
- They would be guiltless to some extent in genuinely believing there was a mortal threat to the territory and people of the United States and United Kingdom, yet they would also be downright fools.
- It's patently designed to pour scorn on the English judicial process and courtroom procedure as unreliable systems, leading guiltless men to end up in prison.
- This points to a second salient fact in the history of energy technology: the quest for an endless, stainless, and guiltless source of energy.
- But consider: when we protest, we are in essence saying someone else is the criminal and we are guiltless.
- Why are we not then guiltless if we thwart conscience and reason too?
- I still cannot figure out why the machine dials the Internet every 15 minutes; I've checked every program that hankers to be online, and they all insist they're guiltless.
- Now, I can go guiltless into the supermarket and buy a shiny jar of jam or a clean, ready-to-eat punnet of any soft fruit, just sufficient for my immediate needs.
- He is distrusted by colleagues because he is blatantly ambitious, but no leadership candidate could be guiltless of that trait.
- Does this mean Americans can't write about Channel-swimming, or bull-running, or guiltless sexual abandon, since we're not generally known for it?
- A strict no-tipping policy makes for a guiltless leave-it-with-the-doorman option.
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