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The members of a subgroup of the Romani people, concentrated mostly in Central Europe.

[Romani, pl. of Sinto, Sinti man, of unknown origin.]

Sin′ti adj.
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He is survived by his wife and son Manush who is a cinematographer.
The BNP leader came up with the remarks while speaking at a discussion at Dhaka Reporters' Unity (DRU) arranged by Desh Bachao Manush Bachao Andolan.
The actor had played Lalon Fakir - a 19th century Bengali spiritual leader, poet and folk singer - in the 2010 Indo-Bangladeshi joint venture Moner Manush .
The India B boys, led by Snehit Suravajjula, Parth Virmani and Anukram Jain, pulled off a minor 3-2 upset by toppling the A team that featured Jeet Chandra, Manav Thakkar and Manush Shah in the title round.
called Gypsies, Tzigane, Kale, Manush, Travellers, Sinti (in Central
We did the search in the EBSCO Host database that combined Academic Premier Search and ERIC databases by using the following descriptors: Roma or Gypsies or Traveller or Sinti or Ashkali or Manush or Dom or Lom and "education" or "policy.
She talked about Ma- Mati- Manush , but there is only maut ( death) and money.
Manush et al (13) fed juvenile Australian freshwater crayfish diets containing crude protein levels of 15%, 20%, 25% and 30% and found that carcass crude protein levels varied with respect to the dietary protein level.
Sami Abdullah and Manush Mohan, who took part in the recently concluded CBSE National Athletic Championship and Football Championship.
Special aunts of the bride honored with special seating included Anna Howell of Madison; Miriam Kirkpatrick and Jean Lewis of Amory; Judy Lock of Clinton; Norma Manush of Tuscumbia, Alabama; and Jeannie Murphree of Amory.
Its first documented act of violence was the assassination of Monir Hossain Sagar, the author of Nari Tumi Manush Chhile Kobey, in 2000 for the alleged indecent remarks about Allah and the Prophet Muhammad.
Haney's play at Omaha attracted the Detroit Tigers who purchased his contract for $5,000 and four players: Babe Herman, future Hall of Famer Heinie Manush, George Grantham, and Bill Baumgartner.