sant


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sant

(sænt)
n
a devout person in India
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None of the fragments of any considerable size had been washed more than three or four mile down the river below their parent-source: considering th singular rapidity of the great body of water in the Sant Cruz, and that no still reaches occur in any part, this example is a most striking one, of the inefficiency of rivers i transporting even moderately-sized fragments.
Geologists formerly would have brought into play the violent action of some overwhelming debacle; but in thi case such a supposition would have been quite inadmissible because, the same step-like plains with existing sea-shell lying on their surface, which front the long line of the Patagonian coast, sweep up on each side of the valley of Sant Cruz.
The old birds generally liv in pairs; but among the inland basaltic cliffs of the Sant Cruz, I found a spot, where scores must usually haunt.
They said that old Windpeter stood up on the seat of his wagon, raving and swearing at the onrushing locomotive, and that he fairly screamed with delight when the team, maddened by his inces- sant slashing at them, rushed straight ahead to cer- tain death.
Soundararajan, who is also a convenor of Temples Protection Movement opined that the teachings of Sant Ravidas belonged to the entire society and not just to one community.
"Dwi'n credu bod 'na ddiffyg gwybodaeth am Dewi Sant," meddai Alwyn.
The court, earlier in the day, directed Haryana Police to arrest Sant Rampal after he refused to appear in court.
SANT is classically considered to be a disease of female preponderance.
Roedd Cyndeyrn yn rhyfeddu'n fawr at ei allu ac ordeiniodd ef yn sant.
Sant first signed up with Salesforce.com to replace a three-year-old sales force automation system that was really "just a glorified Rolodex,"Vass says.