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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- Hundreds of images ran through my mind, like the flashes you see when they're brainwashing people in a bad sci-fi movie.
- Has he sat in lessons across his electorate and come to the conclusion that we are all brainwashing children?
- You're brainwashed by men and the media into thinking things like that.
- Not content with taking our money, they want to brainwash us.
- We have no legal right to prevent our government from trying to brainwash us, however ineptly.
- In that sense the system is acting for the benefit of the individual when it brainwashes him into conformity.
- That book tries to brainwash you into hating television and it was pretty successful.
- A remote, ruthless government struggles to maintain order by brainwashing its criminals.
- He was brainwashed and terrorized and threatened, but he was gotten back alive.
- Cults brainwash their members into believing that they have no worthwhile thoughts of their own, and give up their right to speak for themselves.
- Who agreed to these intrusive screens brainwashing us day after day?
- What must be crystal clear to readers is that I did denounce the Chinese Communist government for brainwashing its people.
- In interviews he said his neighbours had been trying to brainwash him.
- As a susceptible child, I was brainwashed into believing that was true.
- The books are clearly inappropriate for young children and are an outrageous attempt to brainwash our kids.
- Marge tries her hand at deprogramming after her family is brainwashed by a religious cult.
- We are brainwashed into thinking that it is in some way wrong.
- There's always some conspiracy, it's always the government trying to brainwash you with propaganda.
- He created a number of fictitious characters and situations which he manipulated to brainwash his new friend.
- Which is all fine and dandy, but the fact remains that vegetables are gross, and no amount of therapy or hypnosis is going to brainwash me into believing otherwise.
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