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chagan

(kɑːˈɡɑːn)
n
a Mongolian imperial title. another name for khan1
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Mahendra Singh, the groom residing in Khejad Ka Paar village of Barmer will tie the knot with Chagan Kanwar, a resident of Sinoi village in Pakistan's Sindh province.
Mahendra Singh of Khejad ka Par village here was to marry Chagan Kanwar of Sinoi village in Amarkot district of Sindh province in Pakistan on March 8.
SHO Islamkot Abdul Razzak Jamali said that an FIR was registered on the complaint of the victim's father, Megho, who blamed his brother Punu and his sons Chandar, Kabeer and Chagan for the murder.
Thus, total suspended particulate material absorption during the flood period was mainly associated with detritus materials in both the blue and red spectra, which is in accordance with the results of previous research in Poyang Lake, Taihu Lake, and Chagan Lake, showing that the total SPM absorption is mainly dominated by nonalgal materials [23, 24, 35, 36].
Wang, "Assessment of chlorophyll-a concentration and trophic state for Lake Chagan using Landsat TM and field spectral data," Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, vol.
As always, there's an impressive selection of antiques, led by London- and Hong Kong-based Rossi & Rossi, which brings an excellently preserved Mongolian gilt-copper sculpture of Chagan Sambhar-a dated to the late 17th or early 18th century.
Stephanie Andrews, Amanda Bernstein, Caitlin Chagan, lliana Vargas, William Leach, Thomas Fialo, Jen Husch of MNS