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The film, which has cost Rs one crore, has known faces from the industry like Anent Nag, Tabitha Likes and Parkas Raja.
Although an 1835 government report on "the Poorer Classes in Ireland" makes reference to "tinkers," Burke uses the word primarily anent literary representations of the indigenous Irish ethnic group that, especially since its politicization in the 1960s, prefer the designation Traveller (with a capital T) According to the 2002 national census, Travellers number approximately 24,000 in the Republic of Ireland, a state that officially recognized Traveller ethnicity in 2000.
The UAE has already been elected to chair the Asian Network for Education in Nuclear Technology (ANENT) until its next annual meeting to be held at the end of 2010.
En cambio, para inducirlas a su crecimiento las mujeres deben invocar a Nugkui con canciones (anent), entre otros.
Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research (KUSTAR) announced that the UAE has been elected to chair the Asian Network for Education in Nuclear Technology (ANENT) until its next meeting.
consideration to the social costs anent the exclusion of inculpatory
Similar lists for the US are accessible through the Nuclear Energy Institute among others and in Asia through the Asian Network for Education in Nuclear Technology (ANENT).
The same objection may be raised in regard to the essay on Shakespeare where the author asks anent Hamlet "Can it be that Hamlet is clinically psychotic and just hearing voices from speakers implanted in his teeth by the CIA?" Bradley, the great Shakespearean critic, would not be amused.
(34.) A Proclamation, Anent the Sumptuary Act, 1684 (Edinburgh, 1684).
Fischer-Dieskau's preference for male singers of 'male' songs is demonstrated by his remark anent Jenny Lind, the 'Swedish Nightingale,' that she sang 'the male Schubert songs with as little compunction as many lady singers after her,' and his (vain) hope that such 'breeches-roles' would no longer be a feature of our concert platforms.
Thompson pointed out in such lapidary fashion anent the English working class's making, class is not a thing: it is a relation.
Hopkins's 'quaint entanglement [of] bestial and angelic' anent an organist: White, p.
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