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- n. A kind of monkey; the wanderoo.
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- n. A kind of baboon; the wanderoo.
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- n. a member of the Siouan people formerly living in the Missouri river valley in northeastern Nebraska
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For this reason, atiyoga is often called maha-atiyoga.
The repetition of this mantra, called the maha mantra, or great mantra, is said to be particularly appropriate to our present age.
Sliding screen doors open to a private infinity pool and a vast deck with a view of an oasis watering hole that is a favourite hangout of the reserve's growing population of rare white oryx known as maha in Arabic.
The silent part of the Divine is known as maha kaala.
Rakhi might be 'maha' actors would be happy taking home their pay packet and revelling in the fact that the producer had hit the jackpot with the Star as well as its legendary host, not to mention the perception of The coming weeks will see a spate of Bollywood releases.
Almost thought the window in the first photo was a wall-length fishtank! maha
«2001: A Space Odyssey» 1968 oli ja on ülikõva film ning pani ka kindlasti filmikunsti võimsa märgi maha.
Miskit Kesk-Lääne linnakest ründas kurjus, elanikud pöörasid n-ö ära ja nottisid üksteist maha, pääsesid vaid üks väike poiss ja tüdruk.
The manuscript mentioned the name of the idol - "kalpa maha-ayusham rasayana vigraha" abbreviated in CIA files to "Kalpa Vigraha."
Panca budhi indriya dan panca karmendriya, panca tan matra dan berkembang menjadi panca maha butha (akasa, pertiwi, teja, apah, bayu).
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