Tirunelveli

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Tirunelveli

(ˌtɪrʊˈnɛlvɛlɪ)
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(Placename) a city in S India, in Tamil Nadu: site of St Francis Xavier's first preaching in India; textile manufacturing. Pop: 411 298 (2001)
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This was driven by a number of developments including: the Swadeshi movement for self-sufficiency; the increased nationalist agitation caused by the Partition of Bengal in 1905; the activities of a number of Tamil revolutionaries who had been active in Tinnevelly (Tirunelveli) district in the far south of Madras Presidency, and; a worldwide network of activists who were involved in developing transnational forms of anti-colonialism.
Gas exchange and leaf ultrastructure of tinnevelly senna, Cassia angustifolia, under drought and nitrogen stress.
Bekunis[R] Tablets Each tablet contain: 150-220mg dry extract from tinnevelly senna pods, corresponding to 20 mg hydroxyanthracene derivatives calculated as sennoside B.
bar], 173) identifies the name with the "entire chain of hills extending from Ganjam to Tinnevelly," i.
13) Azariah was born in the Tinnevelly region of South India, the son of one of the first Anglican priests from the Nadar people.
Se cultiva en grandes cantidades en el S de la India, region de Tinnevelly, de donde proviene casi toda la droga comercial.
Ordained in 1928, he became warden of the theological seminary at Nazareth, Diocese of Tinnevelly, of which he became bishop at the age of thirty-eight.
In Tinnevelly District, Amy Wilson-Carmichael recounts how an open confession could bring violence down on the mission station:
In India, by the end of the 1890s, Vedanayakam Samuel Azariah (1874-1945) had embarked on missionary work in Tinnevelly that would lead eventually to his appointment as the first Indian Bishop of the Anglican Church.
More recently Stephen Neill, the Scots-born bishop of Tinnevelly, offered a global History of Christian Missions in the landmark Pelican History of the Church series (Harmondsworth, U.
Yields in Tinnevelly were probably closer to the net figure of 1,750 pounds per acre reported in 1796 for Madurai, an adjacent district.