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These little dogs were originally bred by Bhuddist monks.
That is, as any Neoplatonist, Bhuddist, or Christian mystic would argue, when the self becomes spiritualized, it acquires the capacity to perceive the world spiritually.
Tenders are invited for Supply of office furniture Institute of Pali and Bhuddist Studies at University Campus, Gulbarga
As a brief taster, the programme offered a whirlwind tour of Birmingham Central Mosque, St Martin's in the Bull Ring, the Dhammatalaka Bhuddist Peace Pagoda and the Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha Sikh Gurdwara.
ITALY'S greatest player Roberto Baggio had a holy ponytail called "II Divin Condino" - he is also a Bhuddist.
My eyes have more rings than Saturn, I have the waistline of a spacehopper, the hairline of a Bhuddist monk and my once-chiselled chin has the jowly definition of a lardy bulldog It gets worse.
Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh, and Bhuddist religious figures each led prayers or meditations focusing on the innocent people caught up in a war they had termed 'morally unjust'.
The past year has been exceptional for Bhuddist Keanu and his new spiritual awareness has helped him overcome many of the obstacles in his path.
Bars and Bhuddist temples were closed down and the grand colonial buildings were gutted and festooned in red banners.
The Midland International Bhuddist Association, in New John Street West, Hockley, also opens its doors for traditional New Year celebrations and Chinese cuisine from 10am to 3pm.
Is the answer a) Oodles and oodles, Cinderella Man - in fact, you've got the self-discipline of a Bhuddist monk?
A good guess could be the Bhuddist Prayer Bowl, a jade green and beautifully decorated vessel with two golden grips.