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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- Sometimes you have to use tough love to make it happen.
- It's alright, tough love is fine. It helps to keep my head on straight.
- My teaching ethos is to adopt an approach of tough love.
- But earlier this year I had to put my foot down, and engage in a bit of tough love.
- Knowing when to use tough love and when to use kid gloves with your players is a decidedly fine distinction, but one that sixth year Warriors coach Eric Ciezar is more than capable of making.
- But the truth is, it needs support and it needs our help and it needs our tough love also, in terms of trying to get it to reform and do the right things.
- Drug Treatment and Testing Orders are tough love.
- I thought it was tough love telling him to leave home but I really think it was tougher to go to the police.
- She gave me a lot of tough love, but I really needed it.
- The closest thing my folks got to controlling me was called tough love.
- I nearly called the firm Reality Life, because some of what we will be doing is tough love: getting people to think about what they have to do so they can make earlier and better choices.
- It may have been tough love, but was it a Christian thing to do to beat children in that way?
- As so often happens, it requires tough love - an intense two-week regimen called constraint-induced movement therapy.
- Thus, we either let down our minority officers by failing to administer tough love or we retreat into the safety of formal processes.
- This kind of tough love is particularly important with younger claimants.
- Only tough love will cure them of this cancer that grows worse every year.
- Nevertheless, the girls didn't crumple when faced with Richardson's brand of tough love and the Lady Chieftans experienced astonishing growth.
- The traditional image of a hospital matron is of a buxom battle-axe, administering tough love, 1950s style.
- There's a boy with a silver spoon in his mouth, some best friends who give her support and tough love, a little sister to parent in the absence of a delinquent mother, and poverty.
- Christianity is about tough love, not love that is sentimental or permissive.
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