Kotar


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Noun1.Kotar - a member of the Dravidian people living in the Nilgiri Hills in southern IndiaKotar - 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.Kotar - a Dravidian language spoken by the Kota
South Dravidian - a Dravidian language spoken primarily in southern India
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Authorities said Friday the biggest problems have occurred in the northwestern mountainous region of Gorski Kotar where the army has joined efforts to clear piles of snow from local roads.
Kotar and Gessler present readers with a comprehensive examination of the history and the contemporary fight against the spread of Yellow Fever in the United States and around the world, drawing on firsthand accounts and a wide variety of contemporary sources.
Writers Kotar and Gessler recount the history of smallpox, its spread, effects, and the medical, political, and moral issues of combating the disease around the world.
The most densely forested region is that of Gorski Kotar, located in the Dinaric region, and also that of eastern Croatia.
Following a brief introduction to the definition and roots of the modern circus, Kotar and Gessler, longtime coauthors, showcase the companies, human and animal acts, and mixed responses to this evolving form of entertainment.
In order to allay fears that hospital personnel have when first exposed to full disclosure telemetry monitoring and/or the Holter page system of scanning, Kotar (non-invasive cardiology, Veterans Administration Medical Center, St.
Kotar and Gessler publish the Civil War and nineteenth-century life magazine The Kepi and have written novels, articles, and a book on the Riverboat TV series.