In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- If the system was being managed with humility and dignity people could face the end reassured and at peace.
- I think we all have to be humble and you have to have humility because things can change so fast in life.
- His down to earth humility endeared him to all and his good deeds were many down through the years.
- There is a compassionate side, a side that shows a lot of humility, and that is why he is as good as he is.
- As for the poor themselves, they should accept their allotted rank with humility.
- He can engage anyone for hours in conversation with his simplicity and humility.
- I am lucky to have got the kind of parents I have who have always taught me humility.
- Cynics will say that Henry has a lot to be humble about - but humility is no bad thing.
- The appropriate reaction to such a man consists in awe and reverence and humility rather than contempt.
- He is intelligent, engaging and nimbly treads the line between humility and false modesty.
- The humility in her woeful eyes almost disclaims the homespun excellence of her clothes.
- And like his nephew, in upbringing he was clearly taught the value of humility and decency.
- The church is always linked with humility and a place where people seek solace.
- One is sure to become his ardent admirer for his humility, his performance and his good manners.
- Yet, he has always carried the Indian badge with pride and his genius with humility.
- The great thing about human problems is that they bring out compassion and humility.
- He is a man of modesty and humility above all else, and is obviously passionate about sport.
- Whether he truly believes it or not, he continues to project humility and the essence of a job only half done.
- He put his heart into everything he attempted, ready to accept his many successes with humility.
- It is beautiful out here and it is with a great deal of humility that I continue my journey.
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