In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(separation)despedida feminineso this is the parting of the ways — así que esta es la despedida definitiva
- Walking through the garden afterwards, she felt the usual feeling on their parting, fear and longing.
- This story of parting manages to be poignant and pretty yet not cloying and the rhythm will move you as much as the words.
- So when feeling dies, love dies, and relationships disintegrate and divorce or parting is the next step.
- In the film Oliver's attempt to get Fagin to pray is overwhelmed by the emotional intensity of Fagin's sense of parting from the young orphan he took in.
- For a couple embarking on a serious relationship, discussion of the terms to apply at parting is almost a contradiction of the shared hopes that have brought them together.
- We are very attached to our tatty old dory, however; parting will be quite hard when the time comes.
- Edna dear, there is no parting from those we love, no distance can divide, for today in memory's garden, we will walk side-by-side.
- In the story of this passion, too, the development varies: sometimes it is the glorious marriage, sometimes frustration and final parting.
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- But those fiddly, pretty styles involving clips and partings everywhere are beyond me.
- She had short, dark brown hair that reached her neck, and her parting was at the left side, so more hair curved over the right.
- Her grey hair fell in a combed central parting to her earlobes, from which pearl ear rings hung.
- Spice-filled kitchens compete with arranged marriages and vermillion filled partings, all adding up to create an atmosphere of these foreigners and their quaint colourful little ways.
- The decade that followed also marked the start of the ‘middle parting, pasted hair on both sides of the face’ sported by the saucy Sharmila Tagore.
- Make a triangular diagonal parting from the top of the head to just the middle of the ear.
- Sebastian Coe has been especially reanimated for the occasion and his side parting has been measured and angled precisely to meet IOC hairstyle guidelines.
- Think strong centre partings and a high-shine finish.
- I am amused by the attack on the book's statement about the use of vermilion in the hair partings of female terracottas in very early contexts in Baluchistan.
- They soon discover that not all Londoners have side partings and that litter and graffiti and distressed denim does exist in the capital.
- His blond hair with its strange, upwards-aiming parting, accents his extremely pale skin, which has the appearance of being even paler than usual.
- At a recent public appearance, he directed all the waiters to get new haircuts with neat side partings, the women were instructed to wear black dresses and the only thing he would eat was caviar.
- ‘For those lucky enough to have an oval face, like Cat Deeley, pretty much anything goes but especially flattering for slightly longer faces are off centre partings with a flick to one side,’ he adds.
- Owner of the nicest hair cut and the sharpest parting in the Premiership, the Russian is nothing special and has struggled to hold down a regular place.
- Sadly there is no guidance on the giveaway features or dress codes pollsters should look for, but side partings and cravats are reliable evidence of Tory sympathies, and Liberal Democrats have fleshy ear lobes.
1(words/kiss) de despedidaher parting shot was ... — lo último que dijo al despedirse fue ...
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