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Indic

denoting, belonging to, or relating to a branch of Indo-European consisting of the Indo-European languages of India, including Sanskrit, Hindi and Urdu, Punjabi, Gujerati, Bengali, and Sinhalese
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a new word for civet--javadi--that I believe to be borrowed from the Arabic and Persian term zabad appears in Sanskrit texts, and this coincides with a new status for this aromatic material in Indic perfumery.
The Dutch built an archipelagic empire but only with the advent of nineteenth century industrial technology which was incorporated within ancient Indic imperialism.
110); this includes post-conquest power-sharing arrangements that reflect Indic ideals of "righteous conquest" as well as Ghurid patterns of tribal patronage and clan affiliation.
CUTLINE: From left are Anagha Indic, Daria Lugina, Damini Chelladurai, Payal Patel and Elizabeth Teixeira.
Each volume will present the English translation with the original text in the appropriate Indic script on the facing page.
Asked about the RSS's ideology, Joshi said it was Indic more than " Hindu".
Google's focus is on bottoms-up driven innovation, "says Rahul Roy Chowdhury, a Bangalorebased Google product manager who in 2007 seeded the idea of the Indic Transliteration tool, which can now be used for Arabic, Persian, Serbian, Greek and Russian text.
The topics include trans-national theater and gender, the irony and paradox of the effects of democratic governance on the development of Indic theater in South Africa, characteristics of Korean traditional plays, understanding and misunderstanding Japanese theater, the contestation of native knowledge and global knowledge on the Malay theater scene, and cultural activism in the plays of Girish Karnad.
Those areas of greatest need are: (1) math; (2) science; (3) critical-need languages (Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, and those in the Indic, Iranian, and Turkic language families); (4) secondary schools; (5) professional development for secondary school teachers; (6) school districts with schools in need of improvement, corrective action, or restructuring; (7) student achievement data; and (8) state data systems.
0 edition reflects advances in rendering Indic scripts and new East Asian scripts, and reprints all the Unicode standard annexes.
He said: "Mr Barot has indic ated that he pleads guilty on the basis that count one concerns both the US and the UK.
Prognosis: A tougher sell than Shakespeare in Love--but with the right talent, it could be an indic sleeper hit.