(139) In the Central Provinces, the Post Office ran a dak service between Nagpur and Jabalpur through a subcontractor called the Deccan Horse Dawk
, while a rival firm, Howard & Co., ran gharis through from Nagpur to Mirzapur.
"Ray (Lewis) is one of the greatest, Randy (Moss) I got a chance to play against, B Dawk
(Brian Dawkins) and T.O.'s not here but it doesn't take away from what he did on the football field, we've got a great class.
Comparision of aroma compound (2-Acetyl-1-pyrroline) in leaves from pandan (Pandanus amaryllifolius) and Thai Fragrant Rice (Khao Dawk
Away from such waterways and during the dry season (when many rivers disappeared), European travellers had two options: dawk
In The Outlaw of Sherwood Forest, the Faraday children, Dawk
and Hype, team up with a local band of outlaws in thirteenth-century Nottingham, England, to raid the castle archive and retrieve important cultural relics.
accumulation in Thai aromatic rice Khao Dawk
Mali 105 callus culture.
CRESPIN: May we hope, Raja, that you were laying a dawk
for our return?
The year 1854 witnessed the issue of India's first lithographed postage stamps after the local Scinde District Dawk
's earlier issues had been withdrawn.
Lang was more successful with this stage convention in his play Caught Kissing in a Dawk
In his discussion of how dove and hawk are to be blended, Bauer (1983: 235) considers dawk
and hove the only possible alternatives, but "the choice of one rather than the other would appear to be fairly arbitrary, although the Sprachgefuhl of the native speaker may find one more suitable than the other"--since the notion of Sprachgefuhl is not clarified further, however, this comment is little helpful.
Mall 105; LOD, log likelihood ratio; RFLP, restriction fragment length polymorphism; TGMS, thermosensitive genetic male sterility.