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  • The term koti aka kothi refers to males who take a "receptive" or feminine role in sex.

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  • In India, there are 33 koti deities in Hinduism, 24 Tirthankaras in Jainism and 10 Gurus in Sikhism.

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  • Ilman tätä massaa – maahanmuutto kaikkien Pohjoismaiden kansalaisilla olisi työpaikka ja koti?

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  • One hundred koti are called an ayuta, a hundred ayuta make a niyuta, a hundred niyuta make a kankara, a hundred kankara make a vivara, a hundred vivara are a kshobhya. . .

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  • The words come from the Hindi lakh and karod, which in turn came from the Sanskrit words for those numbers, laksh and koti.

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  • In the Lalitavistara Sutra, for example, a Sanskrit text that dates from the beginning of the fourth century at the latest, the Buddha is challenged to express numbers higher than a hundred koti.

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  • The word kothi (or koti) is common across India, although kothis are often distinguished from hijras.

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  • The word kothi or koti is common across India, although kothis are often distinguished from hijras.

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  • Aga kui ma ilmade külmenemise tõttu läksin kooli riietes, millega kõlbaks ka NYC kontorisse minna (eriti kingade ja koti poolest, aitäh, Piret), siis üritas peaaegu iga ülikonnastatud mees (noh, need, kes ka kontoris töötavad ja mind oma klubisse arvasid) minu pilku püüda ja naeratada.

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  • Tonight at karaoken koti killinki: 7/9 Aleksis Kiven Katu 13-15, 33200 Tampere,

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