buda

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buda

(ˈbʊdə)
n
derogatory Hinglish an old man
[C21: Hindi]
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Because intelligence sections ofen rely on the network backbone, it is imperative that intelligence Soldiers know the network architecture and equipment.
The seismic assessment of the dam is performed according to the OFEN requirements.
Besides some insightful and judiciously selected references to primary sources from Habad scholarship, the study relies almost entirely on interviews with two informants: David Hurwitz, the hitchhiker mentioned above, and Rabbi Yitzhak Ofen, spiritual guide and ba'al nigun at a Jerusalem Habad yeshiva.
Ofen she would fnish a day of composing by writing a song afer working on a larger piece.
Parks says companies that do not regularly deal in consumer information ofen overlook this type of meeting.
Um welche Art von Ofen es sich dabei handeln konnte, wurde offengelassen.
At the end of the entry, Paasonen refers the reader to katsamo [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]/Rauch' (560) and kas:kas-lango [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]/Raum auf dem Ofen'.
I think more recognition should be given to barristers outside London, particularly here in the North East, where good lawyers ofen, unnecessarily, lose work to those in the capital."
But these educators ofen worked along, blazing their own trails.
Um Brot zu backen, knetet der Backer den Leib und schiebt ihn in den Ofen.