from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Isthmus ofKra A strip of land, about 64 km (40 mi) wide at its narrowest point, linking the Malay Peninsula with the Asian mainland.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A long-tailed ape (Macacus cynomolgus) of India and Sumatra. It is reddish olive, spotted with black, and has a black tail.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Malayan name of the crab-eating macaque, Macacus cynomulgus, widely adopted as a book-name.
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That honorific body of archaic pacifists would never have the audacity, or the nerve in Kraâ€ ™ s opinion, to undertake such an auspicious plan.
If she can ever attain real control over the affairs of Siam, there is very little doubt that she will drive a canal through the Isthmus of Kra, which is only about fifty miles wide in some places.
Teran is a native grape variety found only straddling the Croatian-Slovenian border, where it is also known as Kraški Teran.
Ellis tells us of the spirit belief of the Ewe people, who believe that men and all nature have the indwelling "Kra," which is immortal; that the man himself after death may exist as a ghost, which is often conceived of as departed from the "Kra," a shadowy continuing of the man.
"It allowed them to make promises they knew would be difficult to keep," Ethan Kra , a former actuary at pension fund consulting firm Mercer, says of the 2007 measure.
It had been eons since Kra had left home for this mission.
Kra laughed out loud as he mused that those pathogens were the genetic legacy of the initial genome he had released on the day of his attack.
Kra had been the logical choice from the pool of volunteers because of his prodigious knowledge of genetics and evolutionary trends.
So far, Kra had successfully exterminated over three million species of potentially dangerous or over competitive life forms.