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  • M-kaa also shares his impressions, saying that he has not been in Astana for the last two years, which, according to him, can be compared to decades when speaking of the new capital, where construction projects are treated as the affairs of national importance [ru]:

    Global Voices in English » Kazakhstan: Astana, as it is

  • The film is a real 'chu chu kaa murabaa' [an amalgam of the sort] with horror, adventure, mythology and toppings of a bit of sf at last of course.

    MOVIE REVIEW: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

  • I brought him some treats from the US and I am trying to teach him to sit and not to jump (kaa and chini are respectively the Swahili commands).

    Mambo

  • Interspersed with the swami's calls for awakening "desh kaa svabhiman" (national self-respect) by teaching "crore saal purana vigyan" (science dating back ten million years), one finds totally unsubstantiated claims about the power of yogic postures, deep breathing and his own Ayurvedic concoctions for every ailment known to humankind including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, glaucoma and obesity.

    Is India a science superpower?

  • Are bhaiyya mera manna yeh hai ki yeh kitabon ka shauk burhape ke liye chorh dijiye, abhi jawaani mein kitabein parhne kaa waqt kahan hai.

    Expanding the Team

  • To which her replied solomnly, "ooo....eppugee, kiyyee kaa, oo-oo- ah-ah."

    Staying in the Moment

  • It is morning and I have started from home with a pen on my ear mohabbat meiN naheeN hai farq jeene aur marne kaa usee ko dekh kar jeete haiN jis kaafir pe dam nikle

    Shayari

  • She knows "njoo" or come, and "kaa" or sit like no other tanzanian puppy I know.

    very slow start

  • "Have him say 'Kaa nama kaa lajerama,'" Favian remarked from the doorway.

    Conan The Warlord

  • In like manner _sa_ would become _sa-ngi_, _sa-wu_, &c. But very early in the history of Bantu languages _ka-ngi_, or _sa-ngi_, became contracted into _kai_, _sai_, and finally, _ki_, _si_; _ka-ku_ or _ka-wu_ into _ku_; and _kaa_ or _saa_ have always been _ka_ or _sa_.

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 3 "Banks" to "Bassoon"

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