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mala

(ˈmɑːlaː)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism a string of beads or knots, used in praying and meditating
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Sidorov, turning to the French, winked, and began to jabber meaningless sounds very fast: "Kari, mala, tafa, safi, muter, Kaska," he said, trying to give an expressive intonation to his voice.
"Because," replied the doctor, "our master Hippocrates, the polestar and beacon of medicine, says in one of his aphorisms omnis saturatio mala, perdicis autem pessima, which means 'all repletion is bad, but that of partridge is the worst of all."
"Mala ducis avi domum," continued Louis XVIII., still annotating.
Mala and mauvaise -- you understand it is the same thing.
"I tell you," repeated his companion, with a thick tongue, "that I don't live in the Rue des Mauvaises Paroles, indignus qui inter mala verba habitat .
Asked if MAF will issue more bonds in future, Malas said that if the market conditions and prices are suitable the company may consider issuing 10-year bonds depending on its needs.
Dr Malas has been working under supervision in general practice while suspended from his prison job.
Throughout the campaign, I had the impression that Malas' supporters were actively seeking to project the message that their choice was totally independent of the political party supporting him.
It was the Mitsubishi trio of Bikawi, Malas and Egyptian Autocross champion Hossam Al Ansary who set the pace in the 5M Class in the Auto Test sector of the competition.
"Dr Malas replied, 'Come on then' repeatedly and gestured to him with both fingers." Dr Malas has been working under supervision in general practice while suspended from his prison job.
He ended up coming in third, around five per cent behind Malas, in what some saw as a win for the current format of reunification talks, as both Malas and Anastasiades backed them.
The refusal of the parties whose candidates lost last Sunday to take an official stand in favour of Malas or Anastasiades means one third of the people who voted last Sunday, about 131,000 backed losing candidates, could vote either way today in the absence of clear position by their parties.