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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- She came back to Hampshire to live with her father, a lovable rogue who taught her how to get the things she wanted from life.
- I was frustrated by his actions, one moment sweet and loveable, the next cold and harsh.
- Before he could accept that someone else loved him, he had to believe that he was loveable himself.
- What do you do with a dog that is so utterly naughty, vile and sneaky but otherwise loveable and cuddly?
- A loveable and lively child he was described as a friendly and chatty little boy who always had a smile on his face.
- People who knew him, including his teachers, would describe him as a lovable, cheeky rogue.
- Two lovable rogues are discussing a mutual acquaintance who has just been released from prison.
- This success was not, it has to be said, achieved through a loveable personality.
- A lovable rogue has been recognised for his bravery nearly 100 years after his death.
- He could also have won many more major tournaments but his lifestyle was against it - he was a loveable rogue, though.
- All children need love and praise to feel confident and loveable.
- The family described Gary as the life and soul of the family and a loveable rogue.
- This furry scrap of a creature was of course completely lovable and endearing, but only to people who like cats.
- I loved him from the moment I saw him because he was so cute, sweet and loveable.
- Christopher is compelling and loveable in his lack of guile, but I quickly found myself pitying him rather than seeing him as an equal.
- She'd never seem him look as sweet and lovable as he did then.
- Paul was such a loveable character - a one-off who loved working with and riding horses.
- He is a mixture of a genuine, loving and lovable personality, and a brilliant business mind.
- From it, we emerge with an even greater respect and affection for the most loved and lovable poet of the last century.
- He is an extremely friendly, loveable dog, with a quiet nature.
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