In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They take vows of fidelity to the Family, and they respect other made men.
- While he brought the depth needed to the character's past as a prizefighter (the boxing flashbacks were very well done) he simply didn't look the part of an Italian made man.
- McManus, though, remains a modest rather than a made man as he prepares for the major test of Premierleague leaders Hearts at Celtic Park on Saturday.
- She knew L's father was a made man and could easily make that happen but the problem was Diamond.
- Apparently, you aren't a made man unless you have a monicker to append to your given name.
- And with it, Christopher Nolan announces that he is a made man in the family of the very top filmmakers in the world today.
- A made man, Whelan became a regular fixture on RTE television, presenting Where in the World?
- Kernaghan is suddenly a made man, part of the Rolodex of the press.
- All these made men - you took stock of them by how nice they dressed, what kind of watch they wore, what kind of shoes, what suit.
- Ahead of his August 2002 arrival in Scotland, Hedman appeared a made man.
- Paul Walker is Brian Spindler, a racing amateur looking to become a made man in Toretto's organization.
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