In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(hostility/struggle) sin tregua(effort) infatigable(devotion) absoluto(devotion) total
- There were almost two million in the dole queues, the industrial forecasts churned out unremitting gloom, and company after company was going to the wall.
- Incredibly, a microbiologist has shown that the amoeba lives its life in almost constant and unremitting hatred.
- There is something poetic in the way the names roll, evoking notions of pride in unremitting labour, unity in poverty, resilience in hard times.
- It began with the unremitting curfews, followed by reports of babies dying at checkpoints and snipers shooting children.
- They just put the ball in the net in the first half, Alex Burns continuing to find the scoresheet with unremitting regularity.
- The unremitting liberal orientation finally became too much for me.
- Indeed this is a work of unremitting trepidation.
- It comes at the end of a relentless, unremitting cross examination of Wilde by Carson.
- I think the real thing is the unremitting pressure to be constantly, constantly pushing forward.
- What is striking about the pictures, though it should not be, is precisely their unremitting normality.
- See it wasn't all unremitting bleakness during the mid 80s.
- He achieved what he did by unremitting hard work.
- Fluctuating wildly between bewildered Dr Jekyll and psychopathic Mr Hyde, Dafoe plays the role with unremitting glee, energy and panache.
- The entire film is suffused with almost unremitting brutality.
- I am also mystified by the unremitting praise the film has received, though I've done little more than skim everything I've run across.
- Nostalgia wears rose-tinted specs, but even the most optimistic filter can't block out the unremitting greyness of the Seventies.
- That sounds far too much like hard unremitting work to me.
- If the time had dragged this would have been a hard job, unremitting and tedious.
- It would also mean two weeks of unremitting toil, caring for an often inconsolable toddler who is likely to demand attention day and night for the duration of the illness.
- Over generations his family sold pieces of their agricultural land as the only way to survive the unremitting onslaught of emergencies.
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