Examples of motherland in a Sentence
for many oenophiles, France remains the motherland of fine wines
all his life he longed to return to his motherland
Recent Examples of motherland from the Web
Le Parisien reports that Man Utd are keen to bring in the 32-year-old, but Diarra's preferred choice would be a return to his motherland and to join Ligue 1 runaway leaders PSG.
The leaders told the people that their cause had been a sacred one, a struggle waged by blameless, selfless heroes defending the motherland.
But pizza is changing in its Neapolitan motherland too — a pizza at La Notizia or Pepe in Grano is a pizza transformed.
But Russians view the moves in Ukraine not as neo- imperialism, but as the rightful return of a traditionally Russian territory to the motherland.
Plenty of Turks in Europe take little interest in their motherland.
Since Blues have lost two Premier League games in a row and were almost defeated by Roma last week, his nostalgic - and possibly preventive - need to return to his motherland would seem, therefore, imminent though hardly justifiable.
Escobar, who in his prime was said to be responsible for 80 percent of the cocaine in the U.S., had megamansions outside his motherland, too.
Turkish support could help Albania pull off a similar maneuver, not only in heavily Albanian Kosovo but also in Macedonia, where much of the large Albanian minority would like to reunite with the motherland.
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