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“From it we derive the root word kri, meaning “to do”; the law of cause and effect.”
“In the third, to that sort of actions, which referred to the vindication and punishment of injuries, by way of retaliation upon him that did the injury, and which are called kri'seis, or judgments.”
“Our English word creativity also arises from this kri, as in “kri-ate-ivity.””
“Our English word creativity also comes from this word, the kri root of karma.”
“Don't let the name fool you, Kripalu (kri-PAH-loo), in the scenic Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts, boasts a calendar chock full of retreats for both yoga and non-yoga lovers alike, like the upcoming Luscious Creative Comfort Weekend Retreat for women, led by self-help author Jennifer Louden.”
“April 7, 2008 at 3:36 am indeed i cant decide wether 2 kri or laff!”
“Ai wud kri alla tiem 2 wiv doz skeery tings hangin ober mai hed!”
“The word karma is derived from the sanskrit kri, meaning“to do.””
“Instances of lengthening are: poleos for poleos, Peleiadeo for Peleidou; of contraction: kri, do, and ops, as in mia ginetai amphoteron ops, ‘the appearance of both is one.’”
“Open At the Jran-kri, the gates and conduits were "open.”
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These nouns decline on the pattern stvar (see Peter Herrity, Slovene: A Comprehensive Grammar 2000, 56).
SG: nom/acc stvar, gen stvarí, dat/loc (proti/pri) stvári, instr s stvarjó
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