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, dal, dholl
a tropical African and Asian leguminous shrub, Cajanus cajan, cultivated in tropical regions for its nutritious pealike seeds
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(1) (Dedicated Access Line) A private "tie line" between a customer and the telephone company.

(2) (Data Access Language) A database interface from Apple that allows the Mac to access DAL-supported databases on Macs or non-Apple computers. It is a superset of SQL. Database vendors license the specs and translate DAL calls to their database engines.
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Tata I-Shakti unpolished dals are currently available in over 24,000 retail outlets across 21 states, and these retail stores are leveraged in order to make the product available to the consumers across India.
Sanjeev Kapoor, the brand ambassador of Tata i-Shakti unpolished dals, said Tata i-Shakti Unpolished Dals are superior form of dals which do not undergo polishing process.
Since last month there were many variations in the statements of Apna Dal leaders signalling that not everything was alright between the two political parties.
* 2 medium onions * Oil/ghee * 3 tablespoons ginger-garlic paste * 2 medium tomatoes * 10 to 12 pieces of lamb * Salt as per taste * 1 1/2 teaspoons red chilli powder * 1 teaspoon cumin powder * 2 teaspoons coriander powder * 1 teaspoon turmeric powder * 1 teaspoon garam masala * 1/2 kg channa dal (Bengal gram) * 1/2 bunch fresh coriander * 4 green chillies Preparation Take a deep pan, saute the onions in oil/ghee.
Dal spoke Tuesday at a briefing in Sofia, saying his political formation strongly condemns the attack and firmly rejects any hints and claims it could be linked to it.
After some two decades of close political and personal friendship, including with respect to the establishment of the local DPS organizations all over Bulgaria, Dal has criticized Dogan publicly for the latter's involvement with the former State Security, the secret police and intelligence of the Bulgarian Communist regime.
Kasim Dal and Korman Ismailov, former key members of Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS), have reiterated that they are to form a brand new political party.