Kusti


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Kusti

 

a city in Blue Nile Province in the Sudan, on the left bank of the White Nile. Population, 30,000 (1962). Kusti has a food-processing industry, as well as a steam power plant and a hydroelectric power plant.

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The ambition is no less than developing a F16 of unmanned ground systems," said Kusti Salm, director general of the Estonian Center for Defense Investments.
Mart Tiisaar / Kusti Nolvak Estonia (30, Q15) 21-17, 21-15 (0:34) Match 39: Sam Pedlow / Sam Schachter Canada (16) def.
Estonian qualifiers Kusti Nolvak and Mart Tiisaar took just 32 minutes to beat them 21-14, 21-18.
The Significance of the kusti: A History of Its Zoroastrian Interpretations.
Kusti Journal of Heterocyclic Chemistry 26 581 (1989).
Amongst the Zoroastrians settled in India, the sacred cord or kusti, which is a part of their ritual apparel, is woven on a traditional loom called jantar.
Hagberg loves clocks; at 14 he started as a clockmaker's apprentice, working for clockmaker Kusti Lahde on Belmont Street in Worcester.
Harnessing techniques that have been used to train warriors for thousands of years, kusti is a form of traditional Indian wrestling that dates back to the 16th century.
The correlation between village sports such as kusti (wrestling) and gatka (wrestling with clubs) and the regional tradition of soldiering is apparent as well in the memoirs of Subedar Sita Ram.
Tenders are invited for 06.Providing seating arrangement to surround of kusti akhada nangole tal.K.Mahankal
First, Estonian qualifiers Kusti Nolvak and Mart Tiisaar took just 32 minutes to beat them by 21-14, 21-18.
In this essay we explore two ritual garments--the sacred girdle called kusti and the inner vest or sudreh, both of which are enduring and universal symbols of the Zoroastrian Faith.