jinne

jinne

(ˈjiːnə) or

jirre

interj
South African an exclamation expressive of surprise, admiration, shock, etc
[from Afrikaans]
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The same notion is highlighted in Baby Kamble's novel Jinne Amuche (Translated by Maya Pandit as 'The Prisons We Broke').
Mukta Sarvagod's Mitleli Kavaade (Closed Doors), Shantabai Krishnaji Kamble's Majya Jalmachi Chittarkatha (The Kaleidoscopic Story of My Life), Baby Kondiba Kamble's Jinne Amuche (Our Lives), Kumud Pawade's Antasphot (Thoughtful Outburst), Urmila Pawar's Aaidan (The Weave of My Life: A Dalit Woman's Memoirs), Janabai Kachru Girhe's Marankala (Deathly Pains), Vimal Dadasaheb More's Teen Dagdachi Chul (Hearth of Three Stones) and so on highlight opportunity for more emancipatory feminism.
Baby Kamble's novel Jinne Amuche was translated as The Prisons We Broke by Maya Pandit in 2009 aptly sums up the life led by Dalit women when she mentions that, "We who from childhood learn to digest thorns and embers--we were the children of mother earth" (43).
Khan: Then, I did a play at the Napa, Jinne Lahore Nahi Vekhya, Wo Jamya Nahi.
Tenders are invited for mission kakatiya phase-iii - restoration of jinne (jeeni) kunta, kasarla pahad (v), jajireddy gudem (m), suryapet dist.
It is omitted from all the photo titles and passages in the book, and Lutz never so much as refers to her as "my mother." It is only by closely scrutinizing the details in one photo--an extreme close-up of an arm in a hospital bed with wristbands that say "Haldol" and "Fall Risk" in large bold lettering--that one can make out the name Jinne Lutz in smaller, faded type on a third bracelet.
It is the subtle, slightly unsettling details in Jinne Lutz's portraits that first intimate that this was no ordinary life or family story.
The same can be said of a portrait just a few pages into the book in which Jinne Lutz, now clearly well into middle age and sporting a nondescript T-shirt, shorts, and a bit of a belly, is seated partly in shadow on a cheap, flower-print sofa.
Yours forever, Hesitating Beauty," reads the first passage in Jinne Lutz's voice.
The narrative seems to begin over and over again as the portraits of Jinne skip back and forth in time and new people and elements are introduced.
The Government has called for a summit on June 21 for talks on the future of UK libraries.: Top 10 most popular library books:1 John Grisham -The Summons 2 Josephine Cox - Jinne 3 Josephine Cox - The Woman Who Left 4 Josephine Cox - Looking Back