In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In a fit of adulation I tell Sir John how much I enjoyed his work.
- That is the only small price he has to pay for his unmatched adulation and unparalleled adoration from his countryman.
- From being unsure about himself to coping with adulation, Sproule has raced forward in these last few weeks.
- I mean on the one hand I'm sure he loves the glory, and he has to have this public adulation.
- Is it just me or does anyone else find the spontaneous adulation and standing ovation before he's begun slightly embarrassing?
- There will be no trophy or congratulation, no hyperventilation or applause or adulation.
- Though she was happy with the love and adulation that came with fame, she hated waking up early in the morning.
- Just which job is it that pays a fortune and showers its practitioners with honours and adulation to a great age?
- I have seen her tame a noisy rock audience into a state of appreciative adulation.
- The complaint is against his ideology - a concern that last week's adulation and denigration chose to ignore.
- Endless tributes, adulation and back rubs from his closest allies tend to obscure the truth.
- Collins took off on his lap of honour, deserving adulation for his run of 9.98 secs.
- He was not the sort of prince who adored flattery and adulation, public appearances and such.
- His skills have brought him adulation and riches beyond belief.
- Yet if the Welsh recover from their shaky start, it will be another manager who will be receiving the glory and adulation of a nation.
- Neither, although his comics have brought him a certain degree of wide-eyed adulation, is he any kind of superhero.
- Years of unimaginable success, glory and adulation were to follow.
- Musically this piece exists to excite gasps of admiration, if not downright adulation from the audience.
- The adulation nonetheless continued as the election drew closer.
- I get a lot of appreciation and adulation for the kind of music I create.
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