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- noun A handwoven Scandinavian rug with a thick pile and usually colorful abstract designs.
- noun The weaving pattern characteristic of such rugs.
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- noun a shag rug made in Sweden
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_The [= A] rya Sam [= a] j_ or _Vedic Theistic Association_ -- In contrast to the Sam [= a] jes which are leavening the country but themselves are numerically unprogressive, are two other organisations -- first, the
In a small collection of hymns, "Theistic Hymns," published some years ago for the use of members of the [= A] rya Sam [= a] j, we find many Christian hymns expressive of this personal relationship to God.
[= A] rya Sam [= a] j of the United Provinces and the Punjab, and secondly, the Theosophists, who are now most active in Upper India, with Benares the metropolis of Hinduism, as their headquarters.
Associations of Western India, and the [= A] rya Sam [= a] j or Vedic
We have already said that the [= A] rya Sam [= a] j or Vedic Theists of the United
Nevertheless, we may note in a hymn-book published in London for the use of members of the [= A] rya Sam [= a] j resident there, such hymns as
[= A] rya Sam [= a] j or Vedic Association of the United Provinces and the
Two small religious movements may be noted curiously parallel to the [= A] rya and