from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A small low table, usually octagonal, upon which an eating-tray is put at meal-time: a common arrangement in the Moslem East.


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  • "kursi" (chair), she and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh were concerned with fulfilling the needs and aspirations of the people of the country.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Sarfaraz's commonly-held view that the "hukumat" (government) was "only interested in keeping the 'kursi' (chair)" and would, therefore, never seriously challenge the widespread influence of the Pakistani army, ended with a plea: "If India won't talk to us, relations won't improve and traders like us, who live in the hope that open borders will galvanise our businesses, will have to learn that we can only sell to Pakistanis.


  • Majunya Tommy Soeharto sebagai kandidat ketum Golkar diperkirakan persiapan dirinya untuk memperebutkan kursi RI1 di tahun 2014 nanti.

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  • Eiro, dolāru, mārciņu un kronu valūtas maiņas kursi.

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  • Walaupun kursi-kursi penonton yang tidak terisi penuh memperlihatkan kalau world music memiliki penonton yang sangat tersegmentasi, Balawan dan Batuan Ethnic Music tetap memilih setia pada idealisme sambil memelihara musik tradisional Bali.

    Balawan: Musik Dunia, Idealisme, & Nasionalisme – Netsains.Com

  • Di pojok ada meja dan kursi kayu, tak ada taplak, di atas meja ada gelas dan piring dari tanah liat, anggap saja itu meja makan.

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • Di depan gubuk itu ada kursi bambu, sedangkan di belakangnya ada banyak pohon besar, sehingga terlihat seperti ada hutan di belakang gubuk tersebut.

    mayoineko Diary Entry

  • The nai porridge was sharp with kursi, but the soup hadn't any cut to it at all and only a pair of trifling leeks when any decent cook would have layered them on to give a morning kick.

    Spirit Gate

  • "I hear tell there's another caravan coming up behind this one," said the innkeeper as he brought Tebedir a cordial and all of them a pot of lovingly spiced barsh, a green mash of rice, chopped onion, and liver liberally sprinkled with pepper and sharp kursi, which was grown in the eastern marshlands.

    Spirit Gate

  • "Our supplies of kursi grow ghastly low, and I fear I shall waste away rather than eat bland food."

    Spirit Gate


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