Marut


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Noun1.Marut - any of a group of Hindu storm godsMarut - any of a group of Hindu storm gods; offspring of Rudra
Hindu deity - a deity worshipped by the Hindus
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These accidents happened when 'testing and evaluation' of the indigenous platforms such as Marut fighters and Kiran trainers.
However, there has been a strong craving for technology integration into teaching and learning particularly in Nigerian universities (Liverpool, Marut, Ndam, & Oti, 2016).
>> Rattanasawad, Thanyalak; Kanda Runapongsa Saikaew; Marut Buranarach y Thepchai Supnithi.
In the legend of Harut and Marut, Allah's angels watched the folly of humans throughout history and dismissed them as losers.
Aleppo, SANA- 'We Will Remain' is a short reality film created by Marut al-Soufi as a gift to his hometown, Aleppo, which celebrates its liberation from terrorism.
Camille Lampert, project pilot; Amanda Wirz, test engineer; Erick Becker, test engineer; Justin Marut, test engineer; and Maj.
Traven was the pen name for the German actor, writer, and political agitator Ret Marut. This name was conjectured to have been the alias or stage name for Otto Freige.
Marut Arthakaivalvatee, Vice Chairman of VGI, operator of a data centric media hypermarket, revealed VGI's operating results for 2016/17 (Apr'16 - Mar'17), including a total revenue of THB 3,052 million, increase 30% YoY from THB 2,341 million, despite lower media spending in the market during the year.
Nevertheless, as the popular literary version of the story goes, two angels, Harut and Marut, came down to Earth to learn why humans sin.
Elle a installe << une mefiance reciproque entre les deux pays (a la crainte Senegalaise d'une penetration gambienne repond la crainte gambienne d'un encerclement voire d'une invasion)>> (Jean-Claude Marut (19))
Patrick Deville (1957) en Viva nos entrega una novela alrededor de la vida cosmopolita del Mexico de los anos treinta, cuando llegan a Mexico personajes como Antonin Artaud, Ret Marut (conocido como B.
Durante la primavera de 1919 en plena revolucion bavara, el escritor anarquista Ret Marut--rubio, de estatura media, nariz puntiaguda y ojos azules-, fue acusado de alta traicion y condenado al fusilamiento, pero milagrosamente escapo: al parecer dos guardias, compadecidos por el maltrato a los prisioneros, pelearon con sus companeros, lo que Marut aprovecho para huir y luego publicar encendidas filipicas en el periodico Der Ziegelbrenner (El ladrillero) hasta 1923, cuando desaparecio sin que sus mas cercanos supieran nada de su paradero.