In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1templo masculinea temple of learning — un templo del saber
- Their efforts have focused on the building of temples.
- Hawaiians worshipped both in their homes and in open-air temples.
- Every day elephants bless thousands of Hindu devotees at temples all over India.
- They come to the temple to offer worship.
- Visitors to the temple used to worship the deity in the morning.
- The temple can hold 4,000 worshippers.
- I was subjected to going to temple at least twice a year
- On these days they do not enter temples or home shrines, or approach holy men.
- Millions of dollars have been spent to create this temple to retail commerce
- Prayers for the temple and for its worship participants are given priority.
- The Hindu worships at the temple and the Muslim at the mosque.
- In the USA, synagogues are often called temples.
- What I was looking at was really a house, not some sort of temple to Art
- Those who allow Satan in their temple are opposing God.
- They worship in the temple and practice yoga.
- We were married by the rabbi of the temple I had attended as a child.
- The Jewish temple that was hosting one of the interfaith meetings.
- Early Jewish temples lie deep inside the hill in the Old City in Jerusalem.
- Thousands of Hindu temples and shrines were torn down.
- They were working in a great temple to knowledge
- I am Jewish in every way except going to temple
- Hindus seek to find God on the inside while also worshiping God in the temples.
- She attends a reformist Jewish temple in Mexico City.
- Devotees flock to the temples to perform the ritual.
- Thousands of devotees wait for the temples to open.
- Worshippers hurried into the temple, praying to the gods to let them be spared.
- The new centre's a glorious temple to big-name shopping.
- He has made his own temple of education
- He was considered a rabbi and attended temple.
- The elders of the temple turned Jesus over to the Romans.
- I was a teenager reading the prayer books at temple
- The piece was set in a gymnasium - a temple for the body.
- Funding for the temple came from both Church tithing funds and from private donations.
- Obviously they take great pride in their temple buildings.
- Most temples here don't seem to want poor Jews to darken their doorsteps.
- We went to temple just 2 days a year.
- Football remains a temple of traditional machismo
- He examines Huguenot temples, the symbol of the Protestant place in France.
- The art was too reminiscent of frescoes in temples or churches!
- We waited for our lunch at the city's newest temple to high Spanish cuisine
- Volunteering is mutually beneficial for both the temple and the devotee.
- You can speak to members of your temples and churches.
- Jesus was teaching in the synagogues and temples of Galilee.
- The other temple rituals are forms of collective worship.
- There is no longer an active Jewish temple anywhere in Slovenia today.
- If you build a temple to high culture, the public will revel in it
- We insist on the children going to temple
- In Old Testament times people went to the temple to find God.
- I always taught in the temple where the Jews always meet.
- We complain of losing our Jewish identity but Jewish temples and organizations don't seem to care.
- She gently kissed his forehead and rubbed his temples.
- Jason bent over and kissed her on the temple.
- My forehead, mouth and temples have the tingling numbness, too.
- She massaged his temples and forehead.
- He placed his hand on each of her temples and let his forehead touch hers.
- He fell onto his side, his temple hitting the ground.
- He suffered grazes to his forehead and right temple.
- He had been shot in the forehead and the right temple.
- She put her fingers to his temples and rubbed gently in circles.
- Pain tends to radiate to the temple.
- His sleek dark hair was graying at the temples.
- Hints of grey showed about the temples and forehead.
- She closed her eyes, and he placed his hands flat against her temples.
- He dabbed the washcloth across her forehead and temples.
- Next comes the pain that invades your forehead, temples and the nape of your neck.
- Sweat began to drop down his temples.
- The patterns should be painted obliquely across the face, starting at the forehead and temples.
- There as a scar that ran from his scalp to his temple.
- She rubbed her forehead and temples in an unsuccessful attempt to remove the headache.
- Massage a few drops of the oil on the temples and across the forehead.
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