In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Many people around the world experience, at some time or the other in their lifetimes, a feeling of wretchedness, desolation, hysteria and ingratitude within themselves.
- It has been 364 days since the last time I confessed my ingratitude.
- Whether or not you really intend to try this simple act of ingratitude, you should certainly tell Austria that that is your plan.
- How is this for sheer stupidity, moral blindness and ingratitude?
- If they say they are unhappy with the negotiations, after all the sacrifices I made, then that would be the height of ingratitude.
- So maybe he is disgusted with his own great historic ingratitude.
- How Americans will react to this rank ingratitude is beyond me.
- It's sad but true that such ingratitude is not all that rare.
- ‘On Wall Street, it's amazing what people can find inadequate,’ Barry wonders as the man rages on about corporate ingratitude.
- It would be seen as an act of vandalism and ingratitude by the international community.
- The worst thing, in one sense, is the feeling of ingratitude I have, the inability to take solace in all the good things with which I am blessed.
- Its denizens now sense that the American people no longer wish to subsidize their defense only to earn ingratitude.
- It must be due to a sudden outbreak of ingratitude and lack of common sense.
- Jesus could not heal these people not because of a lack of power, but because of ingratitude and a rejection of his gracious patronage!
- In view of the sacrifice our troops have made on our behalf, this insensitivity to them and their families suggests a level of self-indulgence and ingratitude that shocks the conscience.
- Many within the UN saw the bombing as an act of ingratitude.
- ‘Nothing very dramatic gained and certainly nothing dramatic lost,’ explained another White House official, with a cheerfulness that might in other circumstances be regarded as rank ingratitude.
- Nor is he the victim of injustice or ingratitude that might extenuate, though not excuse, his later crimes.
- And in today's times where ingratitude rules the roost, teachers, an important human resource who shape our future generations, get sidelined, or are forgotten.
- While conservative often feel that such behavior reflects ingratitude, it is precisely this ability to let off steam that makes our alliances work.
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