In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person) sin corazón(refusal) cruel
- I used to read her site every day but now I feel that I simply cannot as her comment was heartless and cruel.
- A mother has hit out at heartless thieves who stole her son's memorial from a lamp-post.
- We have a cruel and heartless system for the cared for and carers which needs to be overhauled.
- This is going to be difficult to do without sounding heartless, but I'll give it a try.
- The world can be a cruel, heartless place in which inequity thrives and true love fails.
- He becomes cold, heartless and an egotistical exhibitionist; much like the man that left him for dead.
- To top all this off, my horoscope read that I am a cruel heartless beast of a person.
- So when heartless thieves ransacked and stole decorations from outside his Netley home he was devastated.
- Needless to say, each actor did well playing their role as ruthless or heartless as necessary.
- Cruel and heartless as it sounds, I don't do anything about this date.
- The girl's voice was so cold and heartless at that point he thought he had lost her again.
- Fox hunting is therefore cold, heartless, premeditated and above all, pointless.
- I'm not swayed by the humanitarian arguments, though I hope I'm not heartless.
- Like a cold, heartless machine, you are so logical and unemotional that you scarcely seem human.
- The Great Depression went to show just how cold and heartless the government could be.
- The mother of an ill baby has hit out at a major gas supplier for leaving her without power after heartless thieves stole her gas credit card.
- They were all the same, cruel and heartless, never a care in the world about whom they hurt and whom they got pregnant.
- In the end, he decided to do it in the coldest and most heartless way possible: through the press.
- She wondered what awful thing happened to him to make him act so cold and heartless.
- His laugh was so cute, cuter then I would expect from someone as cold and heartless as he was.
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