QANTAS

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QANTAS

(ˈkwɒntəs)
n
(Aeronautics) the Australian national airline
[acronym of Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services, its original name: founded 1920]
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Thus, a particular tradition or word is attributed to the people of Hind, the people of Khurasan, the sages of the Uighur and of Turkistan, or the Arabs; talismans and spells are attributed to a range of scholars from ancient Greece and the Middle East, including Balinas (Apollonius of Tyana (79)), V[a.bar]t[l.bar]s[a.bar]n B[a.bar]bil[l.bar], Qantus Hakim, Marmus Hakim, Aflatun Hakim (Plato), and Muhammad Siraj al-Din Sakaki; a Sanskrit text on Varshik astrology is translated (so the text claims) in its entirety, (80) examples of Hind[l.bar], "Turki," "Tilangi," "Kanari," and "Farangi" letters are proposed, and over eighty ruhani and zamin (literally, earth spirits, which Leach describes as tantric goddesses) are discussed, based, so the text claims, on "Hindu" sources.
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