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 for dessert, the highest recommendation goes to the soft-centered chocolate cake with forest berry ice cream, pear purée and vanilla sauce.
- Nine exquisite soft-centered chocolates make up this gourmet chocolate box.
- Ryan cut himself a slice of the soft-centered meringue, and one for Ryder.
- If you wanted soft-centred sweetness, you are far more likely to find it in a mighty-muscled man driving a Hummer.
- A rugged toughness, hiding a sometimes soft-centred vulnerability, a desire to be admired and liked, brings Bates back into football chairmanship.
- The lives of the Celtic saints reveal a very robust spirituality, demonstrating forcefully that they were not soft-centred people, always making friends with paganism, or acting gently when there was need to be strong.
- Neither has been endowed with much money, or education, and - like a chocolate assortment - while Laverne appears to be tough, she has a soft centre, and while Shirley appears to be soft-centred, she is tough.
- But it would be quite wrong to conclude from her subject matter that she was a soft-centered, weak sentimentalist.
- Detectives can be hard-boiled, soft-centred, scrambled - brained or gamekeepers turned poachers.
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