In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1exhortación feminine formal
- Will his rebellion be accompanied by patriotic exhortations - the kind which we associate with the freedom struggle that followed?
- Paradoxically, there is a preacherly tone to his exhortations that, now more than ever, celebrate and justify secularism and non-belief.
- Consumers have repeatedly ignored exhortations to buy British and the like in favour of global products.
- Delivering a series of exhortations, he'll turn a garden party into political group therapy.
- Concepts of fire and damnation have given way to more sanguine personal exhortations to love, service and devotion.
- He must ignore the exhortations to comment under those circumstances and if the media tears him apart, he must let them.
- To you our discourse is addressed, and for you our exhortation is intended.
- You can almost hear, watching their avidly gleeful faces, the exhortations of the stage manager to look more joyful.
- But these exhortations have changed little at the grass-roots level.
- Each mate is responsible for driving his rowing crew faster; Stubbs manages this with odd, sermon-like exhortations.
- Edwards also applies this truth to unbelievers with solemn warnings and exhortations.
- Distant exhortation will have least effect where action is most needed.
- It ends with an exhortation for better communication from all to help establish interdisciplinary collaboration for the ultimate benefit of patients.
- What he needed more than anything, though, was an early goal, to persuade the crowd that their exhortations were worth it.
- That story is more interesting than the civic exhortations the daily papers reported, right?
- But repeated exhortations to stop reading in your bedroom, go outside and not be so anti-social do have an impact, particularly when you can see the logic behind them.
- One does not take away that choice by permitting, encouraging or preventing the exhortation of the citizen to litigate or not to litigate.
- Each claims to be more cutting edge than the last, and yet each seems to be cut-and-pasted from the exhortations that preceded it.
- Spurred by government exhortations to get fit, reduce congestion and save the environment, commuters are abandoning car for two wheels as never before.
- Through the closed window in the chambers, the rhythmic exhortations of the protesters could be heard.
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