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pern

(pɜːn)
n
(Animals) a buzzard, Pernis apivorus. Also called: honey buzzard
vb (intr)
poetic to spin; to move with a spiralling motion
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I condemn this evil act, I am so sorry little girl, I can really feel your pains right now', laments Charles Nah Klah, a social media beneficiary.
In his discussion of a 1998 ghost film 303 Fear Faith Revenge/303 Kloor Klah Akhaht (dir.
Galle has occupied a prominent place in the history of Sri Lanka and the Ancient Arab travel records identify Galle as Klah, while Chinese travellers called it Lolay.
Unless you use plantation wood exclusively, this is unsustainable," says Madeleine Bolliger Klah, program officer for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Or ignore an urgent call to see what I could do for Hosteen Klah, who was in the midst of one of his alcoholic seizures?
There are entries from such Native American figures as We'wha and Hasteen Klah, as well as for such wellknown African-American writers as Alice Dunbar Nelson, Angelina Weld Grimke, Claude McKay, Langston Hughes, and Countee Cullen.
The Wheelwright was founded in 1937 to preserve religious objects and knowledge from Hosteen Klah, renowned Navajo medicine man who feared the old tribal ways would be lost forever.
During that time she interacted closely with a number of Navajo tradition-bearers, including Nightway singer Hosteen Klah, on whom she published a book in 1964, and Ahson She-ma, apparently the principal source of the narratives adapted for this volume.
Steven Applegate is co-producing the concert along with chorale Chairman Sherry Klahs.
It has been a long journey for the Sliammon people, and we acknowledge that our Klahx klah xay (Elders) have passed on the knowledge from our He heow (ancestors) under great hardship and duress.
Klahs has been named vice president of investor relations for American Skandia, subsidiary of Skandia Insurance Co.