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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- As we walked into the restaurant caked in dust, an old fashioned manliness came over me.
- The spectacle of war became increasingly popular but its tone changed to reflect the manliness of the soldier and his deadly seriousness.
- In the second place, men had to be brave and prove their bravery or manliness.
- I am going along so that no one will run away with you," Bob announced with an assumption of manliness.
- He saw the war as a test of his own manliness.
- Hunting celebrated the imperial virtues of courage and manliness and confirmed the power of colonial rule.
- They were killed because some people loved to hate, and others thought that to kill was proof of manliness.
- Manliness was essential for coping with such dangerous working conditions.
- On the other hand, maybe we implicitly ask too little manliness of women.
- And they could show their manliness by not flinching at the small amount of pain felt when opening a bottle this way.
- In his countenance, I saw kindness, worth, goodness and manliness altogether; he was a first man to affect me so powerfully.
- I will take my own piece of humble pie but firstly I want to honour the manliness of the town clerk for his actions.
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