from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- See Thane.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A police station.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See tana.
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Jazz vocalist and composer Thana Pavelic at the Lotus Club.
He brought several of his deputies with him including the Thana and Upazila Chairmen.
Before 1971, the year of the independence of the Nation, there was an administrative tier named sub-division between District and Thana (presently Upazilla).
During search operation at Thana, an improvised explosive device (IED) went off causing injuries to a soldier.
The French Dominican friar Jordanus Catalani of Severac in south-western France started evangelizing activities in Thana and Sapora was the first work of Rome in North Konkan.
There are indisputable evidences of this fact by the writings of Kosmos Indicopleustes of his having seen in Kalyana a flourishing Christian Community in the 6th Century and of Jordanus, of his having labored among the Christians in Thana and Sopara in the 13th Century.
My favorite is the intro to "Dheem Thana Thana Nana" (you can hear that killer track on Dance Raja Dance, a Vijaya Anand compilation).
With a sad voice the schoolmaster Rabindra adds, we have placed our demand for land before the TNO (Thana In-charge Officer) and before our local Member of Parliament L.K. Siddique.
Like the war on terrorism which is based on theory of fear, Rural politics revolves around the same, a symbolic state oppression which is usually called as Thana (Police-station) culture and where people rally behind those who could free them from the clutches of state oppressors.
Korca is situated at the foot of the Morava mountains, on the slopes of St. Thana hill, it was an Illyrian settlement in an - cient times.
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