Sikkimese


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Sikkimese

(ˌsɪkɪˈmiːz)
adj
1. (Placename) of or relating to Sikkim or its inhabitants
2. (Peoples) of or relating to Sikkim or its inhabitants
n
(Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Sikkim
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But dinner here is as educational as it is delicious, providing an insight into the many influences that went into shaping Sikkimese culture and cuisine.
The striker didn't think much before calling himself as a 'big fan' of the Sikkimese Sniper, expressing he has learnt many a thing from his him.
Tyrewala has directed the Sikkimese film, which is backed by Priyanka and her mother Madhu Chopra's banner Purple Pebble Pictures (PPP).
The glacial lake remains frozen in winter and is held in great reverence by the Sikkimese. By the time we reached the lake after a long drive, it was snowing.
Assesment of birth weight and morphometry of placenta in pregnancy induced hypertension in Sikkimese population.
Officials say that the switch to all-organic has health benefits for Sikkimese, who are getting more nutritious food, and has rejuvenated the health of its soil as well as wildlife and dwindling bee populations.
I am making films in Punjabi, Assamese, Marathi, Gujarati and Sikkimese. I am also developing Hindi films, an American feature...
Earlier her production house had been associated with movies of languages like Marathi and Sikkimese, making her footprint extends all the way from one end of the western world to the deep interiors of India.
This representation of human-animal (2) relations suggests that Sikkimese Buddhist practitioners are anthropocentric; they see themselves superior to animals in both mental prowess and spiritual potential.
Sinha analyses that Sikkimese have completely been Indianised within three decades, turn Indian democracy into a vibrant competitive electoral and representative system by active participation.
Among their topics are egophoric evidentiality in Bodish languages, perfect experiential constructions: the inferential semantics of direct evidence, Lhasa Tibetan predicates, copulas in Denjongke or Sikkimese Bhutia, observations on factors affecting the distributional properties of evidential markers in Amdo Tibetan, and evidentials in Pingwu Baima.