In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- In the print version, Anoushka is sitting beside her famous father, fondling the goat.
- He may need counselling after they kept fondling him throughout the fourth quarter.
- Despite this, I can often be found salivating over a Viking catalogue or fondling the gorgeous specimens on sale in Paperchase.
- He fondled her soft ears and, for just a moment, laid his cheek against her neck.
- He sits there on the sofa, slowly turning the pages, fondling each and every one.
- Throughout, he narrows his eyes behind bushy eyebrows and slips coins from hand to hand, as if fondling a rosary.
- In the affidavit, Imre describes she and the boy kissing and fondling one another.
- This can include cuddling, fondling, stroking, massaging and kissing.
- I looked up to see one of the boys, he was fondling me, touching me and I tried to scream.
- He chuckled and fondled his sword handle lovingly.
- After she told him she pierced her belly, Dueck began fondling her.
- Calling her over, Justine stroked her sleek face and fondled her mane.
- Eriksson was quick to signal his intentions by fondling her at the table, she said.
- He was accused of fondling the girl while posing for a photo with her and her mother.
- He looked at them and fondled their strings lovingly.
- She fondled his hair lovingly and made her way to Jessica's room.
- I also saw one elderly couple fondling the power tools and speaking in a language consisting solely of consonants and facial expressions.
- She was with a man who seemed as oblivious to public decency as she was, kissing and fondling her as they walked.
- Soviet-style posters of happy storm troopers and peasant girls fondling potent sheaves fade and curl in the hot wind.
- He stops in front of the row of Silliscups rip-offs and begins fondling each one, seemingly to judge the sturdiness of the plastic.
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