Did you mayhaps mean chore?
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“The word chora (चोर) actually means, "thief/swindler.”
“Timaeus space-in-the-making, that is, space in its cosmogonic nascency and formation, is called chora”
“The first of its domestic enemies was Naga, the grandson of the pious Walagam-bahu, whom the native, historians stigmatise by the prefix of "chora" or the "marauder.”
“Sia said ... never heard of chora dal. got to do little research on that. i am huge fan of ur dhoklas (donno hw many times i already mentioned it;) and next time i am planning to make it with cornmeal.”
“Never heard of chora dal but it is interesting how dhoklas adapt themselves to various ingredients.”
“Does one need to theorise the gap/space between objects - if such there is - in terms of a boundary e.g. chora/chasm?”
“The main difference between toor daal and chora daal is soaking time. but here, since all the daals are soaked overnight, I think it should work ok.”
“Typically, if the recipe calls for soaking chora daal for 4-6 hours, it would be ready to grind where as toor daal would need some more soaking time.”
“Gujarati pantries are stocked with the vadis made from mag ni daal (yellow moong daal) or chora ni daal (cowpeas daal).”
“I served with chora na pooda - which is a Gujarati dosa with red chowli daal.”
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