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  • Below that: Varta ke liye loktantra ka dwar khula hai

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  • In Indian homes, the ceremonial welcome (of a bride, newborn or even a guest), called the dwar puja, indicates the importance of the front door.

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  • He also sought to make at least thirty thousand DOD positions subject to competition with the private sector each year for five years, outsourcing those that the private sector could perform better--dwarfing any previous outsourcing efforts.

    David Isenberg: Outsourcing War and Peace: Part 1

  • Flint had walked nearly a full day before his keen dwar - ven senses raised the hair on the back of his neck; someone or something was following him.

    Flint, the King

  • The dwar - ven capitol city had two entrances: Northgate and Southgate.

    Flint, the King

  • But the other half of her dwar - ven ancestry could be traced to the Hylar dwarves, and Per - ian often wondered if that aspect did not dominate her private personality.

    Flint, the King

  • But his home, built in the base of an old, hollowed-out vallenwood, was quite large by dwar - ven standards - opulent even, he reflected, with not a little pride.

    Flint, the King

  • "Looks like some sort of dwar-ven language, but I can't make it out."

    The Doom Brigade

  • Tale Splintersteel had explained that not only did this mountain mark the border of Zhakar's inner realm, it held a watch post garrisoned with a company of dwar-ven guards.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • "They're certain to have already seen us," the dwar-ven merchant said helpfully.

    Emperor of Ansalon

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