jungli


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jungli

(ˈdʒʌŋɡliː)
pl n
the inhabitants of the jungle
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Our dear Amitabh Bachchan gifted us a Jungli excavator and tractor by Escorts Group.
Starting from the very delectable Galouti Kebabs served with ulta tawa roti, the TGKF outlet also offers Achari Macchi Tikka, Badami murg seekh, Lazeez paneer tikka, Jungli Kukda, Patrani Machli, Kadhai Mutton Seekh, Murgh Kesari Tikka and Prawn Koliwada.
As a jungli, as an Adivasi, I am not expected to understand the legal intricacies of the Resolution.
Knowledge awareness map for computer-supported ubiquitous language-learning, Proceedings of 2nd International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education, JungLi, Taiwan, 2325 March.
He learnt Hindustani and went offto India where he acquired a new nickname, Jungli Gorrie, for his work as a conservator in the Indian Forestry Service based in the Punjab (now part of Pakistan).
Paper presented at the 2nd IEEE International Workshop on Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Education (WMTE'04), JungLi, Taiwan.
Eat at Jungli Restaurant: You'll find it in Ranchi masquerading as a motor car repair shop but it is truly the only place where you can sample true Jharkhandi khanna peena, something that was unheard of in the state a few years ago.
Teco supplies 2MW wind turbines made in Jungli City, Taiwan, with its American subsidiary annually assembling and shipping 100 units of wind turbines.
What we know is that there were four low intensity blasts in the crowded Jungli Maharaj Road commercial area known for its eating places and restaurants between 7.
said Thursday it has begun production and sales of the Camry Hybrid at a plant in Jungli, Taiwan's Taoyuan County, its seventh hybrid-vehicle production site outside of Japan.
He's had three Red Rum Chases courtesy of Jungli, Flying Instructor and Tidour, and Carlito Brigante's Imperial Cup, but dad had a pair of successes on the biggest stage of all, thanks to Elfast, and that is a balance just itching to be redressed.