Mulki

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Mulki

(ˈmʊlkɪ)
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of the former Hyderabad State in India
[Urdu, from mulk country]
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Security Guards for Watch & Ward duties at 110kV Substations (Under Construction) at 110kV station Mulky & 110kV Station Jeppu (4 No.
P (1), Panduranga Mulky Kamath (2), Vijendra Shenoy (3), Raghavendra Rao (4), Jayakrishna Anne (5)
Consequently, the traditional supply chain network has been heavily influenced by the tax stmcture as opposed to distance or demand characteristics (Krishnan, 2001; Mulky, 2013; Sachan et al.
Mulky al- Hashimya, Marketing Director at the centre briefed the guest on the services provided by the centre, noting that the overall objectives of the National Centre for Business is to support innovative and creative individual and collective initiatives, to instill the concept of leadership and initiative in general and the youth community in particular, to increase the chance of success for new projects, as well as providing a favorable environment for the emergence of small enterprises and protection in its early stages, the creation of a new generation of businessmen and businesswomen in various vital sectors, as well as pushing up the emerging companies to growth and success by providing moral support and indicative.
Vijaya College Mulky is an institution responsible for socio-economic change in the area and we are very glad to host the group," said Kannada Sangha president B Rajkumar.
Indigenisation is a mulky phenomenon in our country.
Virginia Mulky in arguing how Treut's films set in Taiwan (including Made in Taiwan and Tigerwomen Grow Wings) function as "global PR" in relation to the country's Public Television Service that funded them, notes that "Ghosted participates in the attempt to portray Taiwan as a society welcoming to global culture and, through the film's use of lesbian characters, a tolerant society for alternate sexualities" (44).
By the end of 2015, the medical equipment electronics market is estimated to grow at a compound annual growth rate ( CAGR) of 17 per cent to touch $ 2 billion from $ 800 million in 2009," said Dr Vidya Mulky, head ( research) at ISA.
NO TALKING: Learning mentors Emma Gardner and Kerry Webb (far right and left, respectively) with pupils Paul O'Brien and Stephanie Wills (front) and (from left, middle) Swavek Rog, Kynan Noel and Kirsty Wilkinson and (back) Mulky Hirsi, Callum Haines and Divya Patel, taking part in the sponsored silence.
The Allison, Lake, Mulky, and Poison creeks were the subject of a laboratory tabletop-mechanical-panning technique that detected gold particles too fine to be recognized by conventional hand panning.
Among the famous producing sands with the Cherokee Shale are the Iola Sands, Layton Sands, Redd Sands, Wayside Sands, Weiser Sands, Oswego Lime, Mississippi Chat, Mulky Shale and the well-known Arbuckle.
Tenders are invited for Providing 6 Nos Security Guards to Watch & Ward duties at 110kV Substations (Under Construction) at 110kV station Mulky & 110kV Station Jeppu ( 3 Nos each station) in Mangalore Taluk, DK Dist.