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mandora

(mænˈdɔːrə)
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(Instruments) a type of bass lute which was the ancestor of the mandolin
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The girl, Sharda Mandora, had allegedly eloped on July 25.
The company completed a detailed assessment of the Mandora, Desert Queen, Paterson South, Pandora, Warburton and North Fraser Range tenement applications.
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In McCallum's lengthy poem, "Jack mandora me no choose none," (17) the title carries the ritual disclaimer with which all Anancy story performances close but in the poetic narrative this closure is more than just that; it becomes a device to portray the self distancing of the poetpersona whose poetic act of remembering drives home the irony.
Makkah tourism chief Muhammed Al Amri and JCCI Secretary- General Adnan Hasan Mandora lead the launch of the Jeddah Summer festival at the Red Sea Mall on Wednesday.
En el caso de Jamaica, antes de contar sus relatos, invoca a Jack Mandora, que en la tradicion caribena es el guardian de las puertas del Cielo, para aclararle que "me no choose none", vale decir, no estoy optando por ninguno, no me estoy apropiando de ninguna de las historias, no estoy haciendo mia la historia ni tengo la intencion de hacer ningun dano a nadie con ese cuento.
In this slim volume, Satish Mandora takes us through some observations about life that he uses in his motivational talks.
A special feature was a one-hour presentation by Indian leadership training guru Satish Mandora.
Out of that, e1/410.7m relates to citrus fruits, specifically an exclusively Cyprus variation called the mandora, a cross between an orange and a mandarin, used by Russian businesses to produce juice.
Influence of a postharvest hot water treatment on the development of green mould [Penicillium digitatum (Pers.:Fr.) Sacc.] and on the quality of 'Mandora' fruit [Citrus reticulata Blanco x Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck].
Consider her suggestion that several cubist paintings --Braque's Mandora (Tate Britain, London, 1909-10), Picasso's Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler (Art Institute of Chicago, 1910), Picasso's Half-Length Female Nude (Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1910), Picasso's Portrait of a Woman (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1910)--substitute parts of the cinematographic apparatus (cranks, lenses, cones of light) for parts of persons or objects (59, 70, 83, 87).
Highlights of the show include Picasso's spectacular Female Nude of 1910, on loan from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Braque's Mandora of 1909-10 from Tate.