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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- He does not need our wealth or spiritless ritual worship though He gives high value to the heart that is brimful of the feelings of gratitude and thankfulness.
- It is been an absolute nightmare watching the spiritless performances of the team.
- He looked at me plainly, his face emotionless, lips flat, eyes spiritless, forehead smooth.
- Unfortunately, I usually end up taking the entire soul with me, and then whoever is before me at the time will become a spiritless wanderer, unaware of the fate soon lying before him.
- He imagined it would be like lying with a dead woman, so spiritless was her expression.
- It is safe music that takes no risks: relying instead on a ball-less, soulless, spiritless edifice of ‘music’.
- In my two practices I had already learned that nothing infuriated Candy more than a spiritless cheerleader.
- The online vibrancy displayed by most digerati/blogcritics/netizens somehow contradicts this view - one would not call most netizens spiritless.
- Unfortunately, it's back to the piano and more spiritless love ballads from there.
- It is to be distinguished from his dread of a stagnant and spiritless despotism.
- The patient is spiritless, indifferent in expression, has dull eyes and a sluggish response, or may even be unconscious or have a mental disturbance.
- While I appear as a spiritless student, my core revolves around pride, but what spirit I have appears but only at selective intervals.
- And here I assumed you to be a spiritless little waif!
- The sequel was a spiritless, desultory affair - a poorly edited, flatly directed retread.
- But the answer, from all parties involved - advertisers, buyers, and networks - appears to be a resounding, but spiritless, ‘No.’
- I come to that conclusion based upon the spiritless performance City put up against Pompey last Saturday.
- He enjoyed a physical survival, and wrote short, spiritless articles in Comintern journals.
- Benjamin Disraeli blamed the Act of 1774 for ‘all those flat, dull spiritless streets, all resembling each other, like a large family of plain children.’
- Her thoughts were spiritless; she had no energy.
- Well-cooked fish tastes of life, whereas overcooked fish tastes of spiritless grey anti-matter.
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