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  • Soka loma lameh, on the floor, limbs twisted, moda kadem simoda hada, eyes rolled back, soka loma kameh hada, mouth open wide.

    Unclean

  • Among the Pogoro, who live in areas just south of the Ruvu peoples, Green notes that the * - soka (Pogoro mahoka) are "both spirits of the dead and territorial spirits ...."

    Societies, Religion, and History: Central East Tanzanians and the World They Created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE

  • The next soka (tapasâ kîyate, &c.) states particulars about this origination of the universe from Brahman.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

  • Veolan, and others, had been erected into a free barony by a charter from David the First, cum liberali potest. habendi curias et justicias, cum fossa et furca (LIE, pit and gallows) et saka et soka, et thol et theam, et infang-thief et outfang-thief, sive hand-habend. sive bak-barand. '

    Waverley — Complete

  • Veolan, and others, had been erected into a free barony by a charter from David the First, cum liberali potest. habendi curias et justicias, cum fossa et furca (LIE, pit and gallows) et saka et soka, et thol et theam, et infang-thief et outfang-thief, sive hand-habend. sive bak-barand. '

    Waverley — Volume 1

  • Me, her and my best friend enjoyed ourselves as we walked the sandy beaches, danced to soka and calypso music and ate conch, one of the signature foods in the carribean country.

    FUGville Weblogs

  • Me, her and my best friend enjoyed ourselves as we walked the sandy beaches, danced to soka and calypso music and ate conch, one of the signature foods in the carribean country.

    FUGville Weblogs

  • Me, her and my best friend enjoyed ourselves as we walked the sandy beaches, danced to soka and calypso music and ate conch, one of the signature foods in the carribean country.

    FUGville Weblogs

  • (= lie = pit and gallows) _et saka et soka, et thol et theam, et infang-thief et outfang-thief, sive hand-habend. sive bak-barand.

    The Waverley

  • Tully - Veolan, and others, had been erected into a free barony by a charter from David the First, cum liberali potest. habendi curias et justicias, cum fossa et furca (LIE, pit and gallows) et saka et soka, et thol et theam, et infang-thief et outfang-thief, sive hand-habend. sive bak-barand.’

    Waverley

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