Nakry

Nakry

 

a Russian percussion instrument: a ceramic kettledrum similar to the Uzbek, Tadzhik, and Armenian nagora and the Georgian diplipito. The nakry was used in Russia in the 16th and 17th centuries, mainly at the Russian court.

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Lay Tiro, deputy head of the felonies office at the Koh Kong provincial police station, said Heng Sok, 48, was arrested on Friday, after Chan Nakry, manager of the LYP Group, filed a complaint against him.
Clarot F, Philippin-Lauridant G, Ouvrier MJ, Nakry T, Laberge-Le-Couteulx S, Guillemet C, et al.
Chamroeun said he was not a victim, was absent from the trial, and had no right to bring the case because there was no letter from the company confirming Nakry as their representative.
For example, Plaintiffs Ban and Nakry looked for food growing in nearby fields and found snails and fish washed up on the shore in order to eat,' it continues.