In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1incienso masculinobefore noun incense burner — incensario masculino
- Myrrh is a fragrant gum resin used in making incense, perfume, and herbal medicine, and in ancient times it was also employed in embalming.
- Instead, they burn incense and other sweet odors and light candles.
- I turned on the CD player and watched as Amanda lit the incense.
- There will be a statue of Buddha, candles, and an incense burner.
- She always had some sandalwood incense burning when she sang, or wrote.
- We step inside and the smell of burning incense hits me like a lightning bolt.
- Set the incense cone directly atop the lighting point on the trail.
- When the time comes, settle yourself in front of the area, light the candle, and open the bottle of perfume or light the incense.
- He could see the cloth wrapped crystal next to the burned out incense stick.
- He then lit the incense and let the smoke rise for a few moments before taking it and walking around the room muttering the same words he had spoken before.
- I lit some incense and laid down flowers and choked my way through the Scriptures.
- The entire congregation later filed past the head of the coffin each member making a sign of the cross with a strange implement whilst on the coffin a small salver of incense smoked away.
- The people also held various kinds of burial rituals and burnt incense on special days.
- We would then all bow before the shrine, and my father would place incense on the altar.
- They lit candles, chanted oaths, and burned incense.
- You could burn incense sticks or light a scented candle.
- I've also dedicated recent writing to her and burned incense to her almost daily.
- Impressionist paintings hung on the walls and sandalwood incense released a sweet scent.
- In the morning sunshine, local villagers climbed up to the mountain, burnt incense and prayed.
- Thinking of people close to me, lit a candle and burnt incense in memory of them.
1indignardarle rabia ashe was so incensed by it that … — se indignó tanto / le dio tanta rabia que …
- He emailed the photos to some global chiropractic website, garnishing international accolades for himself while incensing his wife.
- The Australian public, never a public to embrace political correctness, was absolutely incensed.
- Residents were incensed that police had fired some 45 shots in their neighborhood in the attempt to capture Jones.
- Local soccer lovers were incensed and felt cheated when Bucks announced the match would be played in Port Elizabeth.
- The other night when I was talking to my mother she was incensed that I wouldn't get any credit for this writing.
- Nothing incenses me more than hearing that they are making money out of my misery.
- The fans were incensed as the Frenchman lay still before a stretcher appeared then quickly disappeared.
- However local hoteliers reacted angrily to the publishing of results and are incensed at the secrecy surrounding the tests.
- Nothing incenses expatriates quite so much as the nation's Byzantine bureaucracy.
- I was absolutely incensed and outraged at their stupid bureaucracy and lack of compassion.
- The locals were incensed and came out of their homes to argue with the British soldiers.
- A local woman was incensed and began a local petition to campaign to make the council change its mind.
- That's the real reason I'm so incensed about this ban on the growing and consumption of cannabis.
- The industry has been incensed by suggestions that they are benefiting from the crisis.
- Both times Sweden players, angered by the cheating and incensed by the lack of punishment, shouted at officials.
- The head of the committee in charge of overseeing the site has since walked out and accusations have been flying over exactly who is to blame for the delays that are increasingly incensing New Yorkers.
- At least one artist was incensed by the curatorial insistence on deferring to local sensitivities.
- The other unions are understood to be equally incensed.
- Locals from Mountmellick are incensed by the amount of household rubbish that is being illegally dumped in areas of the town.
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