In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Her charms would captivate me and make it difficult later to leave her.
- Our past is something which intrigues, enthrals and captivates us and if for no other reason, history is important because it is interesting to the vast majority of us.
- It's a moment of truth where we enter a dream-like state and the individual we have fallen in love with, captivates our attention completely.
- Wise gardeners know how to plant a yard to attract birds, and Polshek has interpreted the new entrance so that it captivates people.
- One day Franz sees Coppelia appear on Coppelius' balcony, and is captivated by her beauty.
- This brief and enigmatic story has a remarkable effect on Bandini, hypnotizing and captivating him.
- Crime is law, and what we're trying to do is captivate the public's interest in something that they find interesting.
- The volume will captivate anyone with an interest in politics, public policy, and the strange ways of the Fourth Estate.
- It was at that moment that he was captivated by her smile and that was the moment their eyes met.
- Sewn exults confidence and creativity, and proves a totally enchanting and captivating piece of work.
- He wooed dozens of heroines on-screen and captivated millions of fans off it with his urbane charm.
- If it is the carvings in their pristine charm that captivates the heart of an art lover, certainly it is the power of the deity that pulls the believer.
- Whatever, there is still a person somewhere there to tease, interest and captivate us.
- So again what the earth is doing and what captivates human interest are often two very different things.
- His reconstructed realities captivate participants with a mesmeric hold that lasts far beyond the temporal end of a work.
- He was possessed of a gentle and attractive personality that captivated children.
- This is probably what economically captivates Moscow's attention.
- The result is a fascinating display that truly captivates the viewer.
- In any case, we are soon captivated by the beauty of the coastal scenery.
- Nor would they captivate my attention so easily for 45 minutes.
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