In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ira femininecólera feminine
- The only person on the boat whose ire they did not care to engage was the doctor's.
- It is a choice she has never regretted, although there is one subject guarantee to raise her ire.
- Healy still goes online to read it from time to time, to stoke his ire anew.
- In the coming years, we will see that his ire, if anything, was far too restrained.
- Once he vents his ire, the sting in his words are powerful barbs that never miss the mark.
- The idea had merit, and he could explain it to the rest of his family without drawing their ire.
- I really want to stop but you keep doing all these silly little things to get my ire going.
- It fuels their ire and gives them justification for treating others like garbage.
- Media excesses or lapses are condoned by a public which reserves its ire for the political class.
- Despite drawing critical fire and reactionary ire, the show's back for a second series.
- The anonymous sender was expressing his ire against the writer's silence on the issue.
- Henry's daughter Daisy is among the protesters and he is full of ire and sarcasm about them.
- It was a pointed but ultimately feeble attempt to rouse more ire against the chief executive.
- Exercising their ire at the moment is the police, with their aggressive attitude towards gun use.
- If anything, he should have directed his ire at the umpires, who are required to regulate the comings and goings of fieldsmen.
- Jaspers's emphasis on the importance of form over the content of psychopathology provokes the authors' ire.
- Better to pay lip service to the morals police than bring down their provincial ire on your head.
- For all its ire and bombast, there's rarely blood spilt, ground shifted or damage done.
- This aspect of the government has led to ire on the part of employees and political activists.
- It's his behaviour that makes me bristle with ire and irritation.
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