In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1adversidad femininein adversity — en la adversidad
- In both, the aim is to overcome adversity, and those who are most successful are those who have done that best.
- The history of man, which is peppered with triumph over adversity, has been a long and difficult one.
- Her brilliance at the keyboard is an inspirational example of how talent can overcome adversity.
- These would offer hope and understanding at a time when there's so much suffering and adversity in the world.
- The team has suffered through some adversity, but they seem to be the better for it.
- If we abandon our ideals in the face of adversity and aggression, then those ideals were never really in our possession.
- He symbolises great tolerance, and dogged persistence in the face of adversity.
- They share a friendship forged through adversity.
- They want a better life, and they're prepared to face adversity to get it.
- The book was well received and is a moving account of a man's struggle against adversity.
- The next 12 months will be crucial in establishing whether he can cope with adversity.
- Nominees can be able bodied or disabled sportsmen and women and may well have triumphed over adversity.
- Something about these teams seems to draw them together in adversity.
- He has overcome massive adversity throughout the last three-and-a-half years.
- He is a man who has had to face up to adversity and he has done so with determination and dignity.
- The real issue is that suffering is part of life, as are loss and adversity.
- What they all share is a triumph of the human spirit in adversity.
- Perhaps the tourist sector could turn adversity into advantage by launching official flood tours of York.
- They showed that they can stare adversity in the face and still come out on top.
- Here are real stories of courage against adversity which reveal rich personalities who have much to offer.
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