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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- You react with an intense and zealous activity designed to achieve your aims at all costs.
- The schoolboys who wandered in to play cricket were chased away by a zealous guard who thoughtfully confiscated the ball.
- Early radicalisation did not equal zealous ideological commitment.
- Pastor Boichenko is indeed a zealous Pastor and evangelist always leading from the front.
- Such zealous passion would seem to be the natural preserve of that dangerous species, the young man.
- Will we see these zealous litter police staking out public houses.
- He had been a fiery boy bursting with zealous defense of his friends.
- The left wing still kind of exists now, but they're not so zealous.
- Her zealous commitment to politics is clearly something that Llosa sees as a special quality.
- Those words were rather extreme, sadly uneducated and overly zealous.
- Now in their 50s, she and her husband are zealous promoters of the mission they began in 1981.
- This was an act committed by one zealous serving girl who sinned thereby.
- His appeal is his integrity and an almost zealous commitment to his beliefs.
- They are also extremists of one kind or another who have devoted themselves to the zealous pursuit of their religious ideals.
- He is a zealous advocate for the rights of Irish immigrants and others as Chair of the Emerald Isle Immigration Centre.
- Now we learn of retribution efforts aimed at those who tried to correct the zealous propaganda which drove this nation into war.
- Just how zealous is the religious right?
- Throughout a pulsating and fiercely-contested match, Kendal were unable to please the zealous match official.
- Ann Lee and her immediate entourage were unbowed in their zealous commitment.
- Missions were built and zealous Franciscan priests set about converting the Indians living in their pueblos.
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