In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1astucia femininehe acted without guile or deceit — actuó sin malicia ni engaño
- You have to provide guile, craft and quality service through to your frontmen to open teams up at this level.
- This is a franchise making strides, but it is still relying more on guile and guts than skill.
- Smaller players can succeed through their guile and ingenuity.
- He has also added a smattering of guile to his undoubted power.
- Being able to think and reason the survival of the fittest wasn't just down to strength but also wits, guile and cunning.
- With little or no money, Strachan has applied guile and wiles to forging a unit where the team ethic is at its keenest.
- He played with power and guile, the bat appearing almost malleable in his hands as he guided the ball around the ground.
- With no obvious, or even hidden, weakness in his game, he plays intelligent tennis, crafting his points with care and guile.
- Yet still their best opening owed everything to guile rather than guts.
- He specializes in the reject, the marginal prospect who makes it with guts and guile.
- So she used her guile and cunning to protect the tiny innocents: she adopted twins.
- A year of sidestepping problems and clever manipulations, backed by intelligence and guile.
- As always, the key to success in this business lies in the cunning use of guile.
- He's got a bit of nous, craft and guile and he can get hold of the ball and retain it.
- They seem to have got some grim kick out out of their cunning, duplicity, guile and secrecy.
- We, the people, who were brought here in chains or by guile or deception or empty promises, were to provide labour.
- Equally, he has the stamina, guile and composure both to make chances and work himself into positions to take them.
- Nor is it the case that a lack of intelligence is cosubstantial with a lack of guile.
- Either way, it would clearly take all of the cunning and guile of an evil criminal mastermind to penetrate such online defences.
- They had much too much power, class and guile for this Irish side and won at a canter.
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