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 was yelling now, the tears running rapidly down her already tear-stained cheek.
- It is not unusual to find tears streaming down their faces, falling onto already tear-stained books of Tehillim (Psalms).
- Then, eventually, she lifted her tear-stained face.
- He bent down and made contact with Hélloise's tear-stained eyes.
- I just hope someone looks out their store window and sees me, my messy hair, tear-stained face, and miserable expression and asks me what happened.
- Catherine Deneuve races down a dark provincial road at night on a motorcycle, tear-stained mascara streaking her face.
- She took my hands away from my face and I blushed again as my siblings looked upon my tear-stained face.
- Seytie's tears were immediately gone and an angry frown replaced her tear-stained face.
- Introversion and a tear-stained face had now replaced her outgoing nature and perpetual smile.
- She reminded me so much of Jonathan that it almost tore me apart to see her tear-stained face.
- The more successful the projection of the desired version has been, the more newsworthy is the picture of a tear-stained cheek, tonsil-revealing laugh, a few new jowls, or just a glum glance.
- I tried to suppress my guilt by sitting outside and just letting my tears cascade down my already tear-stained face.
- Despite my tear-stained cheeks in 1973, seeing Stokoe's unbridled joy at the final whistle is still a memory that I am pleased to have witnessed.
- She spots Shannon's tear-stained face and blinks.
- Christie lifted up her tear-stained face, nodding her head.
- During the riots, the photograph of Ansari's tear-stained face begging for mercy from his assailants moved the nation.
- He glanced down at her tear-stained face and wanted to kiss every tear away.
- Her voice echoed the desperation I could see in the tear-stained eyes of her children.
- ‘Oh, pull yourselves together,’ says Madeley with mock severity, and Finnigan begins repairing her tear-stained make-up.
- Many were smudged and tear-stained, often being the first information relatives received about the fate of their loved one.
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