In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lo pueblerinolo provincianomentalidad pueblerina femeninomentalidad provinciana femenino
- Post-Civil-War America therefore seemed to exhibit the worst kind of small-minded, lacklustre parochialism, but it had coupled it with a loutish popularism.
- He must not now besmear that with parochialism, narrow-mindedness and partiality.
- I mean, if this were Wales say, or Scotland, I dare say I could rabbit away about small-minded, provincial parochialism.
- All at once, unattractive qualities such as insularity, parochialism and downright arrogance were introduced into the previously contented continental mix.
- In Scotland, and in Wales, there are arguments breaking out about the rejection of a United Kingdom side being an example of narrow-minded parochialism.
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