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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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.
Several people took to responsible trolling on social media, prompting the Sikkimese government to ask Chopra to show them the film, prior to its official release.
The National Award winning actress came under attack for a statement she made in Toronto when she was discussing Pahuna: The Little Visitors, her Sikkimese production which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Bringing Sikkim's cuisine to the national capital is 'Nimtho', a restaurant that serves organically rich traditional Sikkimese delicacies.
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.
The sacred meanings of these stories and practices have been integrated with Buddhist beliefs and constitute the basis for Sikkimese identity, a statement said.
The degree of commercialisation is much lower for Sikkimese households than for households in Darjeeling because Sikkimese households have more opportunities to participate in non-farm activities, particularly high-return non-farm activities, so there are no incentives to participate in the output farm market (Micevska and Rahut, 2008; Rahut and Micevska, 2012).
Missionaries and pioneer settlers from Europe joined this prosperous economic development, which then attracted people from the neighboring areas, Nepalese, Sikkimese and other tribal hill people.
Old world rooms and acres of green provide comfort as you can gorge on Sikkimese cuisine and also learn to cook it
A cable sent in July 1974 on 'Nepali view of Sikkimese Events' notes the total absence of reporting in Nepali press on developments in Sikkim and mentions it could be due to direct guidance from the palace to local journalists.
The revelation of seven plants used in diabetes in the present study is also noteworthy, in which fresh extracts of leaves were taken in majority of cases and has high significance as metabolic stress markers have recently been identified for Sikkimese diabetes (Bhutia et al.
Assessment of physical fitness status of young Sikkimese residing in high hill temperate regions of eastern Sikkim under the influence of climate and socio-cultural factors.