In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(of character)reforma feminine
- We believe in the possibility of reformation and rehabilitation.
- They want some radical reformation of government to reflect their viewpoint of the world.
- Many of them are committed Reformed Baptists, but even more are men at various stages in the process of reformation.
- The reformation of our political culture should begin with self-reform within the media.
- Trusting God means trusting God even in the midst of the fear and upheaval that reformation brings.
- Even then, long after the defeat of the saints, the myth of the coming catastrophe and reformation is never dead and forgotten.
- The full reformation of Muslim politics awaited the great upheavals of the modern era.
- From the sounds of it, his return to faith is absolutely sincere, and his reformation is the real deal.
- There is no doubt that the immigration system of America needs drastic reformation.
- The key to our reformation will be a positive and receptive attitude toward the totality of the human experience.
- Luther did indeed set out with the idea of reforming the church, but reformation quickly turned into revolution.
- The extent to which the tenth-century monastic reformation in England transformed the church should not be exaggerated.
- I'm not sure how long this reformation of the gamer stereotype will take.
- He is relaxed, meanwhile, about the possibility of any reformation.
- But reformation must start with the basic unit in society, the individual.
- For him, the Kirk is in dire need of reformation and reviving.
- It was on his return to Uyaynah that he first began to preach his revolutionary ideas of religious reformation on fundamentalist lines.
- Punishment can also be a form of reformation, so they can change the criminal's ways and make him/her less likely to commit another crime.
- A reformation of manners will present fewer drug-related problems both for individuals and for society.
- The current white paper only suggests reformation of tax law.
2Religionthe Reformation — la Reforma
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