tutari

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In one of India language, they call it Tutari which means against death of crops.
Ikindi tutari dukwiye kwirengangiza ni uko kuba ikinyarwanda ari ururimi rw'abanyarwanda hafi ya bose, rumaze imyaka irenga ijana rwandikwa ndetse runasesengurwa, rukoreshwa mu nzego z'ubuyobozi, ukongeraho ko ari ururimi rw'igihugu, ibi byose byerekana ko ikinyarwanda kigomba kwitabwaho mu gihe hatekerezwa ingamba z'iterambere zigirwamo uruhare n'abanyarwanda.
TOPLAM 3473 akce 5 kurus (Karyelerin yilhk hasilati ve Ramazanda fakirlere dagitilacak yemekte kullanilacak erzakin tutari toplamin disinda birakilmistir)
Sigara satin almak icin harcanan paranin yillik tutari milyarlarla ifade edilecek kadar fazladir.
Sic etenim anima devota Deo, ac salubriter verecunda, virtute quidem se vivificae crucis per omnia studet tutari, sed sub ejusdem crucis signaculo plum virtutum genera quae foris minime apparent, verum mentem intus reficiunt continet" (PL 91: 1128-29, 1132, 1180).
Similarly, he denounces as superstitious protective rituals involving midsummer bonfires, but accepts that cattle may be protected by being scorched with blessed wax tapers from Candlemas ceremonies: `verumptamen cerei et candele benedicte in purificatione beate marie creduntur tutari [MS tutaris] animalia quae perurentur' (fol.