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garnished, ami hungwith flags. The evergreens were set as usual in small moundsof sand. Every man, woman, and child in this region and,as 1 am told, in all other regions in Ja})an has done some-thing for the decoration of some favourite place, and h
aced over the strings and the left hand at the tail-end. The other}f the panel presents a beautiful woman with a yazh resting on her thigh with theand on the strings and the right hand at its tail-end. The photo of the sculpture isi in this book. It
m-mate Mandeep Kaur, a sturdy Jat from a Punjab village, Akkunji overcame community disapproval ofa woman with athletic dreams. Sini Jose, the third suspended member of thegold-medal quartet, is a Kerala farmer's daughter. The 400 m relay team,India'
chhat!gadrani : giving the — to a child when itcontains no milk, labar-chata'i : inflamed— , (of a woman) thanela : one who beatshis or her «- in the Muharram, sina-zan,sma-zanl : voice, sound from — , nafas.Breasthigh, chhatl-bhar.Breastplate, chap
did not suffice, and wererushing in a flood. While the villagers beheld this, agoddess possessed a woman, and she exclaimed, ' I amGanga-Bhavdni. If you will feed me with a human sacri-fice, I will stop here ; if not, I will not stop.'" While the vi
coast of Borneo.Biya (s). Expenses, expenditure, disbui"se-ment ; living, livelihood.Biyada (j). A woman; effeminate, wo-manly.Biyakan. To expend, to disburse,Biyang (jav). Mother, dam.Biyang-lalar (bat). A rainbow ; literally," mother of flies."Biy
ariant of anggap, q.v.
angkara, Skr. violence, gross brutality or disrespect, violence to a girl
or woman; hina a., a low brute;
s9tua a., a fabulous monster of great
angkasa, Skr. the regions of the air,
the heavens; dewa a., a celestial
d the relationship between the two parts as follows:"The pau ni 'au is the man; the aarita'i is the woman" (pau ni 'au mane,aarita'i keni) "the aarita'i turns around the pau ni 'au like a woman turnsaround a man" (aarita'i ka hirusia pau ni 'au 'urih
y popular in the 1970s. Rape/revenge movies generally follow the same three act structure: Act I: A woman is raped/gang raped, tortured, and left for dead. Act II: The woman survives and rehabilitates herself. Act III: The woman takes revenge and kil