In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- It was a source of peace and contentment to Paddy and was close to his heart.
- Her home was her palace and it was there she found contentment and peace of mind.
- Is the quest for happiness and contentment more important than the acquisition of knowledge?
- Her faith was a central part of her long life and through it she found much peace, strength and contentment.
- And they increasingly look to their work as their main source of satisfaction and contentment.
- Ravenous, we devoured our dishes, only pausing to share sighs of contentment as we worked our way around the plate.
- Being in tune with nature is the easiest and only way of ensuring a life of contentment and happiness.
- Reddy was an avid reader and got many hours of contentment and enjoyment from books and newspapers.
- Is it hard to find calm, satisfaction, contentment, happiness inside oneself?
- All residents of the area join in wishing Aidan every happiness and contentment in his retirement.
- He's too astute to give away his position, but he wears an air of contentment as comfortably as the leather sandals on his feet.
- This entity enables everybody to enjoy a happy life of working and living in peace and contentment.
- Life on the land involved much manual labour but it was a way of life that gave them contentment and peace of mind.
- It's a word he uses a lot in his almost childlike rediscovery of happiness and contentment.
- The core concern of liberalism is the happiness and contentment of individual human beings.
- Happiness comes form contentment within and not amount of money will change that.
- The days and nights that followed were a blur of happiness, enjoyment and contentment.
- The newlyweds are wished every happiness and contentment in the years ahead.
- Once you reach that point in life, contentment and happiness can not be too far.
- The contentment and happiness of love is always to be longed for or wistfully remembered.
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