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  • n. Plural form of duar.


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  • "'Tis occurred to me that if duars o 'such power as yours were that common, the roads would be overflowin' with would-be spellsingers."

    The Time of the Transference

  • The reason of the existence of this outpost and its garrison was the guarding of the _duars_, or passes, through the Himalayas against raiders from Bhutan, that little-known independent State lying between

    The Jungle Girl

  • Nepalis had no business demanding duars, the home land of the Adivasis as part of Gorkha land.

    United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal

  • February 22nd, 2009 at 12: 21 pm Said: the struggle and insult which the nepalis have faced till now will b ended when everyone will come to know about what nepalis can do if gorkas of india r not indians then bengalis of india r also not indians its like tit for tat. when adivasis put 2,3 days bandh, government does not do anything but gorkha puts one day strike there is protest by gov. in duars when innocent nepalis r beaten, houses were burned no police force was there in duars only nepalis houses were burned and robbed but nepalis still did not touch any house of either bengali or adivasi.

    United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal

  • * #• his regular Forces are formed and maintained, if you except fome few Contributions from the Mar - duars and Czeremefs Tartars, who by Degrees have been civilized and fubje&ed.

    Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects


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