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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- He said the extra volume of traffic would play havoc with the rural tranquillity of the area.
- Even the breakup of the McClure's staff in 1906, which her diary reveals to have all but destroyed her, is recollected in tranquility.
- The average person doesn't spend even 30 minutes a month in total silence and tranquility.
- As you concentrate on the motions of your body, you develop a feeling of peace and tranquility.
- The main reason people come to visit the countryside is because of its beauty and tranquillity.
- The moment you step off the boat, plane or helicopter, you are struck by the friendliness and tranquillity of the place.
- Inside St Giles Church, all is cool tranquillity.
- People have long fled to the mountains in search of fresh air and tranquility.
- Renowned as a haven of peace and tranquillity, its mystique is increased by its exclusivity, high prices and celebrity clientele.
- For women, this is often simply the continuation of home life and domestic tranquility that made up most of their lives.
- Domestic tranquillity interested her much more than converting the unfaithful.
- A reborn oasis of calm and tranquillity is springing up amid the hustle and bustle of Manchester.
- Whereas peace came to both Schmeling and Cooney, Frazier is still looking for tranquility.
- Needing time to recover, he sought out the tranquillity of his cousin's dairy farm in upstate New York.
- All the tranquillity he ever knew he enjoyed in his old age.
- The scene's silence and tranquillity gave the impression that you were suspended in space, looking down on the earth.
- Half a glass into the bottle, I began to quite enjoy the privacy we enjoyed, and we leisurely perused the comprehensive menu in tranquillity.
- Her tranquility in mortal crisis was the starkest kind of contrast with her life, a life marred by needless psychological pain, no rest, no peace of mind.
- However, his mood soon swings again when talk reverts to Rangers and the absolute tranquility of his life at present.
- And so back to the cool tranquillity of the office with a sandwich that seems oddly less appetising than during its purchase 10 minutes earlier.
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