Kulu


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Kulu

 

a river in Khabarovsk Krai and Magadan Oblast, RSFSR; a right tributary of the Kolyma River. It is formed by the confluence of the Khudzhakh and Ken’elichi rivers, which rise in the eastern spurs of the Suntar-Khaiata Range. Length, 300 km (from the source of the Ken’elichi, 384 km). It is fed by a mixture of sources. The average discharge in the lower course is 92 cu m per sec. The Kulu freezes over in October and opens up in late May.

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En este texto, titulado "La importancia de los clanes" y publicado solo en espanol, la autora transmite basicamente la misma historia del Kulu y hace un recuento de los principales castigos del incesto que hemos visto en el texto de Pereira, que era de la zona de Amubre.
The effeminate characteristics of the kalu have been discussed quite often by scholars, (5) and these may explain why a concept expressing male effeminacy such as kulu 'u could have derived from it.
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These states, all north of the Ravi river, were part of the culturally related Dugar Circle, while Kulu was part of the other group, the Jalandhar Circle.
The energy, carbohydrates, fat, protein and fiber contents were high in Golden delicious variety while moisture in Kala kulu and the ash contents were high in Red delicious.
The painting, A Kulu Courtship, for instance, is a direct reference to the Kullu- Naggar region, where the Roerichs finally settled down in late 1920s.
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11) The morpheme kulu is found in the expression mumukulu-no, which Evans et al.
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