kulan


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kulan

(ˈkuːˌlɑːn)
n
(Animals) the Asiatic wild ass of the Russian steppes, probably a variety of kiang or onager
[C18: from Kirghiz]
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It would mean my instant death were my heresy to be suspected in the court of Kulan Tith, but if I may serve you, Prince, you have but to command Torkar Bar, Dwar of the Kaolian Road.
But to traverse the surrounding country, and to enter the guarded city of Kulan Tith, Jeddak of Kaol, were two very different things.
Carthoris of Helium did not ask, though he noted it, for his loyalty to Kulan Tith was the loyalty of the blood of John Carter of Virginia for a friend, greater than which could be no loyalty.
To the honour and happiness of Kulan Tith and the priceless jewel that has been bestowed upon him," he said, and though his voice was husky there was the true ring of sincerity in it.
The Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Chairman, Mohammad Yasin Malik, along with a party delegation visited Kulan Gund area of Ganderbal and distributed relief goods among the people who were affected by the flash floods caused by cloudburst in the area.
Komsuoglu B, Goldeli O, Kulan K, Komsuoglu SS, Tosun M, Kaya C, et al.
The Doushuai-tai, another peak in the mountainous area of Nanwutai, is the home of the nun Kulan.
Tenders are invited for Proposed Construction Water Supply Sanitary And Electrical Work Of Nnmp Shed Part Icds Counter No Thamarai Kulan 2nd Street In Dn 20 Unit 05 Zone 02