thete

thete

(θiːt)
n
a member of the lowest order of freeman in ancient Athens
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Tenders are invited for Supplying material for improvment to nagalwadi to thete wasti approach road km 0/00 to 1/500taluka - nashik district - nashik
We also examined our findings to see if thete were motivational differences between part-time faculty members in the four categories described by Gappa and Leslie (1993).
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Achilles, when trying to invoke the lowest and most miserable person he can possibly imagine, invokes not a slave but a thete, a mere laborer unattached to any household.
On January 05, 2016 two Dalit IAS officers, Ramesh Thete and Shashi Karnavat, accused the Madhya Pradesh government of discrimination based on caste, reported The Indian Express.
Thete is a lot of outreach we have to do within the clubs in our pyramid to attract people.
Ramires replaced his countryman - - and was to play a crucial part in thete, late winner.
Eknath Devising Pawar [1], Sandesh Thete [2], Nilesh Kachnerkar [3], Vijayanand Lokhande [4]
Palit 1998; Thete 1999; Chandra 2003; Becker-Ritterspach 2009), the lowest one of which consists of skilled worker training, usually taught at Industrial Training Institutes (ITI).
Falle TY, Mullany LC, Thete N, Kharty SK, Leclerg SC, Darmstadt GL, et al.
Both the engineering curriculum & the faculty reinforced these values (Kshirsagar, Thete & Kulkarni, 1998).