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's a racing driver who lives in a junkyard and fights villainy.
- His velvety-voiced villainy sent pleasurable shivers up the spine.
- It showed supernatural power being used to combat greed, lust and villainy.
- Moore's story goes much deeper into the psychology of his characters than he did in the first adventure, fleshing out the already rather meaty Edward Hyde beyond his pantomime villainy.
- The actor brings a little too much moustache-twisting villainy to Edmund, a role that already has more than its fair share.
- On my return I found nothing but villainy and evil.
- He also reads newspapers and is, therefore, aware that our fictional villainy is currently being given a factual twist.
- But the very complexity of the narrative - a tale of villainy and suspense - has made it difficult to adapt.
- As we keep saying, these systems will only work on people who actively want to cooperate and be rehabilitated, and aren't applicable on a wide scale to people who just want to stay out of prison while carrying on their life of villainy.
- No story can parallel the villainy and wickednesses of this man
- Johnny Canuck would never be corrupted, and would fight to his last breath to defend our nation against evil and villainy.
- Like any sea-port, Marseille has always been a tough town with its fair share of villainy.
- I wonder how much of his villainy is revenge on nature and human beings.
- The producer, in the role of the mastermind, is avarice and villainy personified, as the role demands.
- Will the power of good, represented by the brash young Cheng and his elderly mentor Master Cheung, be able to overpower the pure diabolic villainy of Evil Cat?
- They belong to a different era of movie villainy - the silent days.
- This is the minimum price the vandals must be made to pay for their villainy.
- In Gotham City, villainy always seems the more fun option.
- Corruption and villainy takes place in every section of society and that was a crucial part of the novel.
- The narrative requires a victim who can play the role of innocence aggrieved and a defendant who can embody pure villainy.
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