chagan


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chagan

(kɑːˈɡɑːn)
n
a Mongolian imperial title. another name for khan1
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SHO Islamkot Abdul Razzak Jamali said that an FIR was registered on the complaint of the victim's father, Megho, who blamed his brother Punu and his sons Chandar, Kabeer and Chagan for the murder.
C road and drain work from dinesh khandelwal house to chagan bhura ramji
As always, there's an impressive selection of antiques, led by London- and Hong Kong-based Rossi & Rossi, which brings an excellently preserved Mongolian gilt-copper sculpture of Chagan Sambhar-a dated to the late 17th or early 18th century.
A fake letter from Emperor Maurice to Priscus, who was besieged in Tzurullon in 588, demands that the Chagan "make an ill-fated and ignominious retreat with numerous losses to the country which he was assigned by the Romans" (Theophylact Simocatta 229; English translation from Whitby and Whitby 166).
Stephanie Andrews, Amanda Bernstein, Caitlin Chagan, lliana Vargas, William Leach, Thomas Fialo, Jen Husch of MNS
The small rivers of the Ural River basin in the territory of West Kazakhstan Region are the Chagan River, the Derkul River, the Ilek River, the Utva River, the Rubezhka River, the Bykovka River, the Embulatovka River, the Barbastau River, etc.
Enviroment Award winner The NEC with Ian Taylor and sponsor Nuz Chagan from Ikea
A vegetable vendor in Rajkot, Chagan Sharma said that scanty rainfall has led to soaring prices of vegetables across the country.
Assessment of chlorophyll - A concentration and trophic state for Lake Chagan using Landsat TM and field spectral data.