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  • My next post will probably happen after tomorrow, because there is a significant anime event happening called dera Hobby in Nagoya.

    Anime Nano!

  • The racket came to the fore a fortnight ago when Anam, a 13-year-old son of a migrant labourer from Satkartar Colony, returned home after freeing himself from the "dera" of Jaspal Singh, about 30 km from here.

    The Times of India

  • Jharkhand party, Lodhasabar Kalyan Samiti, Joint tribal morcha, Kurmi federation etc and their fight is not based on any religious or castist or 'dera' (remember what happened a few days back in Punjab/Hariyana) based demand.

    The Times of India

  • I was headed for the city of Otsu, 70 kilometers away and home of the Ishiyama-dera Temple.

    Breaking Away

  • Ducking back across the lake on the smaller second bridge, I reached the Ishiyama-dera Temple a few hours before dusk.

    Breaking Away

  • This is for Stevaroni, dera Friend if you read the book, you see what is wrong on Evolution according to Islamic Creationist.

    Harun Yahya Spams the French - The Panda's Thumb

  • Hiei and revitalized Onjô-ji Temple also known as Mii-dera.

    書道: Old Stuff

  • But I 'clar I mus' be a-humpin 'masef todes dera chillern.

    Peggy Stewart: Navy Girl at Home

  • After luncheon we went to still another very interesting Buddhist temple, Kiyomizu-dera.

    Travels in the Far East

  • When she died they made it into a temple called Takeshíba-dera.

    Diaries of Court Ladies of Old Japan


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  • Slang word, derivative of Deralict, meant to dennote a drunk or drugged youth.

    Originating from Cape Town, South Africa. Now exported to New York, London and Berlin.

    June 9, 2009