In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- They would mistreat me and abuse me, and would never have trusted me wandering the ship alone.
- What happens when an industry mistreats its customers and its suppliers?
- It has the right to beat and mistreat anyone locked up.
- Perpetrators can be parents who abuse and mistreat their children at home before they come to camp.
- A report published today by the pressure group Animal Aid claims that York livestock market mistreats its cattle.
- In the Quran it very carefully and meticulously says you do not mistreat visitors in your own home or visitors in your own country if they are foreigners.
- These people know nothing about traveling through the Northland, and they badly mistreat Buck.
- There were numerous stories and testimony about how the confined people were mistreated in the past.
- When America, you know, mistreats prisoners, we hold ourselves accountable.
- Historians generally agree that the Trek made it impossible for any government to ignore real job creation measures or mistreat workers in subsequent economic downturns.
- Certainly we shouldn't mistreat prisoners, or unnecessarily bomb innocent civilians.
- The move by the farmers may sour relations with the government, which has in the past accused white farmers of mistreating their black workers.
- After being sold to a family that mistreats him, Oliver decides to strike out on his own and travels to London where he is befriended by a likeable pickpocket named the Artful Dodger.
- We cannot hunt, abuse and mistreat people in a quest for justice.
- ‘What is particularly troubling is his portrayal of Kazakhstan as a country that mistreats women and is stuck in the Stone Age,’ he said.
- The police mistreat people, and we don't condemn them too seriously for that, if it's in the distress of a riot situation.
- He had no reason to love his stepfather, who he says mistreated him and his mother as far back as he can remember.
- In fact, in some of these countries, it's routine to mistreat prisoners and do a lot worse to them than we did to our prisoners.
- If someday you find yourself with a man who doesn't respect you and mistreats you, don't allow him to ruin your life and the future of your children's lives.
- If not, the people who mistreat the prisoners will be treated as war criminals.
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