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It was a simple tribal knife with a blade not more than fifteen inches, used ritualistically or for skinning animals.
And in all probability they would go round the exercise ritualistically, but ensuring with the feats of gerrymandering and devious administrative devices to keep the local governments firmly under the entrenched political gentry's thumb, beyond the outsiders' reach.
And the dialogue was also full of similar howlers, not least in the scene where officers stumbled across the body of a tramp who'd been ritualistically killed in an abandoned warehouse.
Second, I read the cultural performance (2) in the opening ceremony closely to explicate the desired national identity that the media event communicated ritualistically.
Curators ritualistically grant lesser-known artists with art world status by including them in exhibitions that gain international attention, expanding the art market while also providing previously inaccessible opportunities to international artists.
International news agencies are teeming with pictures of Barsana's famous annual Lathmar Holi, where the women of the village ritualistically shower lathi blows on the protective headgear of the visiting men of neighbouring Nandgaon.
These eccentric stories include that of a woman who returns ritualistically to the same bakery to purchase her son's favourite cake, although he died in an accident some time ago, and an inventor who becomes the curator of a museum of implements of torture, and not forgetting the Bengal tiger in the garden.
99 THESE eccentric stories include that of a woman who returns ritualistically to the same bakery to purchase her son's favourite cake; although he died in an accident some time ago, and an inventor who becomes the curator of a museum of implements of torture, and not forgetting the Bengal Tiger in the garden.
These stories include that of a woman who returns ritualistically to the same bakery to buy her son's favourite cake; although he died in an accident some time ago, and an inventor who becomes the curator of a museum of implements of torture.
London, November 22 ( ANI ): A man from London, who compares himself to 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' protagonist Christian Grey, has come forward to explain why he ritualistically enters into "mutually beneficial contracts" with students.
Jews, too, give them "burials' when they are too old to use, and treat them ritualistically while they are "alive," using silver pointers to avoid profaning them with human hands, dressing them in velvet jackets, and kissing them when they fall to the ground.