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man·tra

 (măn′trə, mŭn′-)
n.
1. Hinduism A sacred verbal formula repeated in prayer, meditation, or incantation, such as an invocation of a god, a magic spell, or a syllable or portion of scripture containing mystical potentialities.
2.
a. A commonly repeated word or phrase, especially in advocacy or for motivation: "The mantra of solid-waste management has long been reduce, reuse, recycle" (Susan Freinkel).
b. A concept or fact that is mentioned repeatedly, especially in advocacy: "Another mantra of housing bulls in America is that national average house prices have never fallen for a full year since modern statistics began" (Economist).

[Sanskrit mantraḥ; see men- in Indo-European roots.]

man′tric adj.

mantric

(ˈmæntrɪk)
adj
relating to a mantra
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The detailed designs by Mantric Architecture paint a picture of the venues proposed showcourt upgrade and state-of-the-art pavilion.
Properly translated this mantric assertion, still being chanted in 2016, would read as follows: We in the West will not lift a finger militarily to stop, complicate or mitigate mass murder in Syria so long as the perpetrators are Bashar Assad and his external enablers: Iran and Russia.
There is an opening vedic mantric chant and a closing mantric chant.
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This recognition of the capacity for those who may not have given birth to us to mother us nonetheless is intimately connected to the mantric challenge Gumbs proffers through Lorde: that we can learn to mother ourselves.
There is clearly a mantric quality to this language - you only need to listen to a pundit reciting shlokas correctly to feel the words move within you, become you.
O questionario foi baseado em aspectos discutidos por Schouten e McAlexander (1995), particularmente: influencia na compra ("enthusiastic HDO advertise their faith with t-shirts, other apparel0); importancia de atributos ("the mantric throbbing of the engine"); e viver o estilo HD ("live to ride, ride to live").
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