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Ko·ta

 (kō′tə)
A city of northwest India south-southwest of Delhi. Enclosed by a massive wall, it is an agricultural market and has many fine temples.
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Kota

(ˈkəʊtə) or

Kotah

n
(Placename) a city in NW India, in Rajasthan on the Chambal River: textile industry. op.: 695 899 (2001)
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Kota - a member of the Dravidian people living in the Nilgiri Hills in southern IndiaKota - a member of the Dravidian people living in the Nilgiri Hills in southern India
Dravidian - a member of one of the aboriginal races of India (pushed south by Caucasians and now mixed with them)
2.Kota - a Dravidian language spoken by the Kota
South Dravidian - a Dravidian language spoken primarily in southern India
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'At Chitor, look you, I was all in Kings' country; for Kotah to the east is beyond the Queen's law, and east again lie Jaipur and Gwalior.
The Philippine delegation was headed by Felix Romy Triambulo, schools division superintendent of Zamboanga City, together with team leaders Manuel Kotah, Arvie Ubarro, Myrna Agtarap and Resicito Navarro.
The Philippine delegation was headed by Felix Romy Triambulo, schools division superintendent of Zamboanga City, as well as team leaders Manuel Kotah, Arvie Ubarro, Myrna Agtarap and Resicito Navarro.
The Philippine delegation was headed by Felix Romy Triambulo, schools' division superintendent of Zamboanga City, together with team leaders Manuel Kotah, Arvie Ubarro, Myrna Agtarap and Resicito Navarro.
Filipino contestants were accompanied by Felix Romy Triambulo, schools division superintendent of Zamboanga City, together with team leaders Manuel Kotah, Arvie Ubarro, Myrna Agtarap and Resicito Navarro.
Muzafar Shah Bacha, an apricot dealer in Kotah village, said that the produce of apricot was good and the trees were full of fruits but the market price was not good compared to the previous year.
The encroachers have set up stalls at almost all roads of Potohar Town including Adiala road, Dhamial road, Chakri road, Morgah, Misrial road, Kotah Kalan, Dhama More and several other areas.
In Morgah, PTI has showed its muscles by organizing a mammoth public gathering in ARL Cricket Ground at Kotah Kalan.
I have experimented it all in my pret line, which comprises wearing two sarees in contrasting colours, sarees matched with lycra tops, tunics matched with linen and cotton trousers, crushed kotah skirts and simple kurtas with churidar pyjamas."
Villages Khoshkedahane, Baghchehsara, Ghaleh, Anbaran mahale, Bibiyanloo, Kashfi in Astara chay privacy and villages Sheikhmahale, Sheikh Ali Mahale, Jebraeil Mahale, Asiab homes, Asghar Mahale, Lemir Mahale, Bijarbin, Shounan, Sevajzieh, Shataroud, Latoon in Khajegari Chay and villages Virmouni, Talekhan and Borzana in Talekhan chay and villages Baharestan, Mashand, Shaghola in Baharestan River and villages Moumbi, Dash Dibi in Isti Sochay and villages Kanroud and Dileh at Kanroud area and villages Sibli, Sireliveh, Khosromahale, Kotah Koumeh, Kholaj Mahale, Ghanbar Mahale, Aziz Baigh Hayati at Lavandevil chay river and villages Chelvand, Nazar Mahale, Mieh Koumi, Babaah, Khan Hayati, Ghoonesh and Seli at Chelvand River area.
The main focus of this report is on the Kotah dome which forms a satellite structure west of the larger Loe Sar dome.