In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Seek the Kingdom of God and his justice here on earth through effective, brotherly solidarity with the neediest and the marginalized!
- She is still a child, and I have only a brotherly affection for her. "
- He gave her a brotherly embrace in return.
- There were times, in the past year especially, he did not think he was adequately performing his brotherly duties.
- The performances are all fine especially Craig and Schreiber who make us care about their brotherly relationship, even though they choose separate paths.
- A more brotherly feeling has created closer ties.
- Like any adults, we labored under the illusion that our admonishing words brought about brotherly (sisterly) love and peace on earth.
- Reverend C. Harker, the Senior Roman Catholic Chaplain has also co-operated in a most brotherly fashion in common effort.
- He worked hard at being brotherly, which sometimes strained Emilys patience.
- Then, in good brotherly form, Nate reaches for the microphone.
- Serbia could not be satisfied with such brotherly advice.
- He like Bismarck believed that Serbia had the mission to unite brotherly peoples.
- His brotherly instincts were kicking into high gear, no doubt.
- We are in a brotherly dialogue, discussing all the issues capable of being discussed, especially the issues around general elections. "
- We, the Zapatistas, will not shut up and we will mobilize in support of out brotherly town and companion of Oaxaca.
- Violence is limited to a dog attack ending in ripped clothing but no injuries, and Abby's boys have a brotherly scuffle.
- Alexander Fitzwilliam was John's younger brother, and there had always been a brotherly rivalry between the two.
- He'd wistfully recalled the time when he'd felt brotherly love for him.
- Captain Lennox was always extremely kind and brotherly to Margaret.
- Arsenal defender Lauren has described his spat with club captain Patrick Vieira on the team bus in Trondheim last week as no more than a brotherly disagreement.
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