Bardo

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Bardo

blind antiquarian wrapped up in his scholarly annotations of the classics. [Br. Lit.: George Eliot Romola]
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According to Byliner, Neville Bardos survived a terrible barn fire in 2011 and The Fire Horse describes how his devoted rider brought him to full recovery for them both to become members of the US Olympic team.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Middle-East's largest car manufacturing company, Iran-Khodro Company (IKCO), will export 2,000 Bardo pickups to Iraq this year, the company officials announced on Sunday.
IKCO's Vice-Deputy CEO for Export and International Affairs Seifvand said 2000 Bardo pickups will be exported to Iraq this year following the purchase order of the IKCO agent in Iraq.
Iran Khodro, the country's largest automaker, has stopped production at its plant in Tabriz because the police have for some unexplained reason ceased issuing license plates for the Bardo pickup trucks produced there.
Perhaps no one in the United States today understands and appreciates the poetic durability and the cultural elasticity of the Beats better than Jim Cohn, the author of Sutras & Bardos: Essays & Interviews on Allen Ginsberg, the Kerouac School, Anne Waldman, The Postbeat Poets & the New Demotics.
Cohn pays homage to these figures in his new, refreshing book that brings together twenty essays and five interviews, many of them previously published in journals and reviews such as Logos, The Arts Paper and Paterson Literary Review and newly revised for inclusion in Sutras & Bardos.
The other two sets of work in the show are what DeVine calls the ``Bardos.'' (Bardo is a term from Tibetan Buddhism that describes the limbolike existence between life and the next reincarnation.)