In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1recitado masculinerecitación feminine
- On this day, the service revolves around memorized recitations by children.
- It does not come from recitation of hymns, sacrificial worship or a hundred fasts.
- Short texts were written on scrolls or wax tablets as an aid to memorization and oral recitation.
- A delegate holds her hand over her heart during the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance at the 2004 Republican National Convention.
- Devotees observe this day with non-stop recitation of the Ramayana, the story of Rama's life.
- In the eyes of Muslims, Qur'anic recitation is not music.
- The constant hum of the recitation may have been intended in part to induce a liminal state that was not entirely conscious.
- For the Christian, the above recitation sounds strangely familiar.
- Only their fall and burial in the compost pile of materialism remains for recitation.
- Qualified undergraduates are in the best position to help students in recitations.
- There were already different styles of recitation in the early centuries of Islam.
- Chapters encouraged the singing of other nationalist songs or recitations of nationalist poetry during meetings.
- We are unbelievably fortunate to have met the Dharma and to have the opportunity to do recitation and meditation on the Compassion Buddha.
- One of the five essential Pillars practiced by Muslims is the recitation of prayers five times a day.
- In the past a recitation of those statements would have elicited a collective nod from any listening Americans.
- Their repetitive structure leads to rote recitation, rather than listening to the words.
- But the goddess Isis, Osiris's wife, gathered the pieces together and made them whole by the recitation of spells.
- Puffy eyes, the recitation of dramatic deathbed monologues.
- Without further ado, he was allowed to continue his recitation of Belli's poetry.
- The two boys have taken an interest in Annie's skills at poetic recitation.
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