from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Chief: in Bengal specifically noting several important departments of government: as, the sudder court or sudder adawlet; the sudder board (of revenue); the sudder station, or the chief station of a district, where the civil officials reside.
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I thank you for articulating something that has been disturbing me for a while and is even starting to turn me off to beer *sudder*.
Huk Khân should have full control in all matters relative to his office, and the sole appointment and dismission of the sudder and mofussil officers; and that his seal and signature should be authentic to all papers having relation to the business intrusted to him: I therefore intimate to you, that he should appoint and dismiss all the officers under him, and that your Excellency should not interfere in any one
I do a lot of roadriding, and sudder every time I hear about an incident such as the unfortunate one you describe.
Using a current Sata drive for recorded shows and the TV buffer is fine, recording 4 shows wile watching a Cablecard HD program did not provide a single sudder on my D5100t HP (transplanted into a HTPC case).
I sudder to think of the foreign policy nightmares, and the reentrenchment of terrorism in the world should he be in charge.
a mere village; the second, the central or sudder station of several villages; the third, a town of more extended population and importance.
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