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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- Evans has a way of combining generous understatement with a big grin that is very endearing.
- Needless to say, she also made news as a person of endearing charm, winning the hearts of the public.
- I'm supposed to find last weekend an endearing joke or something.
- You have an endearing quality of youth and innocence that attracts people around you today.
- Of course, Maria's movie career did not begin and end with this endearing comedy.
- In person, he projects a vulnerability that's nothing short of endearing.
- As a lawyer and a husband he is not perfect - far from it - but his desire to be good is what makes him endearing.
- British sports fans are certainly not an endearing lot and have earned that reputation from most beyond the realm.
- He also played a number of endearing characters, and was truly one of the most versatile players in Bollywood.
- No one except the Lord spoke to him like that with such an endearing term of undying affection.
- However, their pointed, white-coloured tusks and large ears give them an endearing look.
- She was a wonderful neighbour who had many endearing qualities which made her a great favourite of all she met.
- It's a tendency that is both endearing and mildly frustrating.
- I often attributed his popularity to his lovely, large, endearing eyes and his tinkle of a laugh.
- Few understood Messiaen early on, most considering him an eccentric if endearing crackpot.
- I can't help getting irritated with people who think being unable to programme the video is somehow an endearing trait.
- He ranks as one of the country's most endearing singers.
- The river has a long history of crazy characters - crazy in an endearing sort of way.
- That passion, his knowledge and that endearing easy-going manner have made him a very marketable product.
- But Ms Cooper turned adversity into advantage by making an endearing apology.
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