from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as kadi.


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  • Put frankly, the Venezuelan government -- under President Chavez -- wants to bring an end to kami-kazi black propaganda among profiteering stock market manipulators across North American and to focus on the essentials which (as far as he, Chavez is concerned) is to ensure that Venezuela's sovereign wealth remains intact and primarily for the benefit of the Venezuelan people who gave him their continuing pledge this last weekend.

    Agapov backing away from clincher deals on Las Brisas, Las Cristinas gold mines...

  • The kami-kazi nature of modern media, where you no sooner slay an idiocy, than another idiot posts with the same idiocy leads to some shortness of temper.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Nilipomaliza kazi wakati nimekwenda kubadilisha nguo mwanafunzi wangu mmoja amejaribu kuwasha gari pasipo mimi kujua na akaingiza gia vibaya gear ya reverse ikafyatuka nimejaribu kuvalisha kwa nje imeshindikana kwa hiyo sina namna zaidi kuitoa tena na kuvisha.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Daughters and sons of the soil: Amahoda kazi namadodana: The ANC Government, through the democratization of tax, has persistently pursued reconciliation and reconstruction and redistribution.

    Speech by Joan Fubbs during discussion on the Centenary Anniversary of the Bambatha Rebellion

  • My e-mail is kazi njema and keep taking those anti-malarials :

    Seven More Months.....

  • Sasa, ninakaa Nagaga, karibu na kituo cha afya na ninafanya kazi shule ya msingi, shule ya secondari, na zahanati.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • Whereupon the cook went to the bazaar and bought him a fine suit of clothes and made him don it, then fared with him to the kazi, and formally declared that he was his son.

    Tehran Winter

  • Which she did, and he sent for the kazi and his assessors, intending to make his will and reveal to her his secret and die the death; for he loved her with love exceeding because she was his cousin, the daughter of his father's brother, and the mother of his children, and he had lived with her a life of a hundred and twenty years.

    Tehran Winter

  • Bebut-kazi, on his side, took possession of his place.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 327, August 16, 1828

  • Being informed who this Bebut was whose name for honesty stood so high in the suburb of Julfa, the Schah ordered the kazi into his presence.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 12, No. 327, August 16, 1828


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