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jina

A victor or conqueror; also a Tirthankara, a title given to the great Jaina teachers such as Mahavira.
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The Sab Bale inscription introduces the unifier of the five Jina Buddhas of the Vajradhatu pentad as the sixth Buddha "Vajrasatva".
Jina Choi, director of the SEC's San Francisco regional office, said: "His fraudulent tweets disrupted the markets and caused significant financial losses for their investors.
Jina Choi, director of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) San Francisco regional office, said: "As alleged in our complaint, Craig's fraudulent tweets disrupted the markets for two public companies and caused significant financial losses for their investors.
Jina Choi, director of the SEC's San Francisco Regional Office, said in a statement that Craig's fraudulent tweets "disrupted the markets for two public companies and caused significant financial losses for their investors.
The word "Jain" derives from the Sanskrit word jina (conqueror).
Auger and his late wife, Jina Kim Auger of Honolulu, HI and Michelle Auger-Newlin and her husband, Steven of Evanston, IL; her longtime companion, Daniel Dunn of Paxton; her four cherished grandchildren, James B.
Sumariwalla, for the boxer's refusal to accept her bronze medal at the medal ceremony in Incheon last month after some bad refereeing had caused her to lose to Korea's Jina Park in the semi- finals of the women's 60kg category.
Jina Etienne is a director in the AICPA Tax Section in Washington and formerly had her own tax and accounting practice in Maryland.
Allendale-based artist Jina Gelder Across the North East, artists will be opening their studios in June and welcoming visitors as part of the Art Tour 2014.
Jina Bhang also interrogates this complexity but, this time, from her own personal experience as a post-doctoral scholar attending a New York classroom on philosophy.
As a result of the attack in Jina Kor area at about 11pm, the insurgents kidnapped two Frontier Constabulary personnel, police said.
The attack took place at Jina Kor, 40 kilometres (25 miles) southeast of Peshawar and close to the tribal area of Darra Adam Khel, where Taliban militants are active.