tund

tund

(tʌnd)
vb (tr)
to beat or hit (someone or something)
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His poem 'Tund Mael' reveals such an aspect of his poetic vision.
For instance, the base text for Vaimude tund Kadrioru lossis (An Hour of Ghosts in the Castle Kadriorg) (2000) is Gaston Bachelard's La poetique de l'espace (1957, translated into Estonian in 1999), i.e.
The central region of the park (TUND) is primarily open tundra peatlands, with forest ranging from isolated krummholz individuals to patches of open forest.
Soldiers of the 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), conducted Operation Tund Baad as part of the larger Operation Dragon Strike.
The car crashed into a roadside rock before plunging into the river in the Tund Kho area, killing the driver and a passenger, he said.
Bonito flakes are made of boiled smoked aried cured and shaved bonito tund. Available in Asian markets.
The largest state pension tund in Arkansas has added to its downtown Little Rock holdings in a $4.26 million deal.
Qahron ke, jafaa'on ke mukhalif chaliye/ Haa'n tund hawaa'on ke mukhalif chaliye/ Kya faaida bando'n ke mukhalif chal kar/ Chaliye tou khudaao'n ke mukhalif chaliye.