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- noun music A term in Indian music referring to the smallest rhythmic unit of a
- noun A term in Indian poetics and linguistics for the measure of the length of a syllable; equivalent to
- noun The characteristic horizontal line drawn above characters in the Devanagari script
- noun An intra-syllabic vowel symbol in Indic scripts
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He has no suggestions, no options that would be acceptable – his lack of interest in reforming health care is the matra for the current gop.
We need answers not science research appears to be the matra at JSC from YOU. when are the tickets going on sale?
There is nothing left of the Obama matra of change, bridging the divide and hope.
Panca budhi indriya dan panca karmendriya, panca tan matra dan berkembang menjadi panca maha butha (akasa, pertiwi, teja, apah, bayu).
He (and the establishment) are retreating in saying that all diets are equal – retreating from their former matra that one diet is to rule them all (the low fat diet).
Kirla chakko kartati makka gottu na aashiley..btw makka 5% knowledge matra assa cooking aantu this has been proved by u!
Lower charges, greater consistency, more competition; that is the matra of the two tough female commissioners of the European Commission, Viviane Reding (photograph left) and the iron lady Neelie Kroes (photograph right).
And I'm afraid, David, that you adopt the right-wing matra employed by O'Reilly, Hannity, Scarborough, et. al.: "Prove he's wrong."
The U.S. Geological S.rvey reports the 7.9 magnitude quake struck off S.uthern S.matra Island.
They flap their lips alot, and have the matra down, counting each and every time the Procedures Committee doesn't let the budget move to the Defense Committee.