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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- He too joined in the thanks and compliments to the count staff and thanked the candidates and their agents for their courtesy, patience and forbearance throughout a long and arduous process.
- And crown thy good with compassion and restraint and forbearance and a commitment to peace, to democracy, to economic justice here at home and throughout the world.
- In moral philosophy, feeling shame has generally been considered a natural disposition or sensation, and the fear of incurring it an universal motive for action or forbearance from antiquity onwards.
- We would like to thank members of the public who travel between York, Scarborough and beyond for their patience and forbearance during these difficult times.
- It is simply ridiculous; no one has shown more tolerance or forbearance than me.
- If you have enough patience and forbearance, you'll be pleasantly surprised by how much of you people want, and how much they're willing to pay for it.
- In my case, I saw that with a little patience and forbearance, the moderate majority on both sides could probably have come to terms with each other ages ago - if the vested interests of extremists were not threatened by any accommodation.
- And thank you for your forbearance and your extraordinary patience today as we celebrate the dedication of this extraordinary institution.
- If we are asking for forbearance from our patrons then we must show our commitment to them.
- Travel widens horizons in more ways than one, and makes people wiser and more mature, besides developing the qualities of tolerance and forbearance.
- Relief of pain must be balanced by our understanding of the moral education which illness can supply, evoking courage, forbearance and patience.
- A gentleman, he's serious, polite, professional, even forbidding at first, emitting an air of patient forbearance.
- Tolerance as forbearance leads to individuals who act without discrimination out of restraint but in fact remain intolerant in thoughts and beliefs.
- We thank all riders for their patience and forbearance.
- If we have not learned a lesson of forbearance from studying the rise and fall of the Langford campfire myth, we surely must learn it from the ghosts of Kaibab deer and Chief Seattle.
- In all probability, patience, forbearance, and restraint would have conquered their hearts.
- We legislate them for ourselves, and also for others, when we demand respect or civility or forbearance from them.
- All around, patience and forbearance are running thin.
- In a speech in 1906, Norton Parker Chipman recalled that his friend Abraham Lincoln was ‘firm as the granite hills,’ yet capable of great patience and forbearance.
- We would ask road users to show forbearance and patience.
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