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Mandola

 

(mandora, pandura). (1) A stringed musical instrument played by plucking, similar to the lute but smaller.

(2) An alto variant of the mandolin.

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The Company still holds a significant regional footprint within the Fraser Range, Warburton, Pandora and Mandora tenure.
In "jack mandora me no choose none," the Rumpelstiltskin fairytale bears the weight of historic repetition in its recounting of the evils of the political imposition of power.
Out of that, e1/410.7m relates to citrus fruits, specifically an exclusively Cyprus variation called the mandora. Mandoras are described as a cross between an orange and a mandarin, used by Russian businesses to produce juice.
Adnan Mandora, general secretary of the Chamber of Trade and Industry in Jeddah, said the forum will come up with ideal solutions.
In "Jack Mandora me no choose none" (17) the narrator points to the mother's self-deception, which has led to her abdication of maternal power, as the source of the child's anxiety.
As a result, many wetlands of international significance are continuing to suffer from rising saline groundwater (Kerang wetlands in Victoria), from dredging and mining for sand and coral (Moreton Bay in Queensland), or from overgrazing (Mandora Marshes at Eighty Mile Beach in Western Australia).
We are similarly left to wonder about whether manuscript tablatures for guitar, vihuela, cittern, harp, mandora, and other plucked instruments are in the long-range plans of the project.
In it we see Prince Frederick playing the cello, Princess Amelia reading Milton, Princess Anne playing the harpsichord and Caroline the mandora. The sitters are evidently at their ease, and in the background we see a representation of the Dutch House at Kew, a favourite place just a few miles from London where they could escape from the formalities of public life.
Tenders are invited for Gram mandora me jhabbu lal ke ghar se ram bharose ke ghar se mukhya road tak c.c/ nali nirmad (bhuta)
Mostly affected were Cypriot citrus products, especially mandora, a cross between mandarin and orange.
Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry's Secretary General Adnan Mandora inaugurated the show, platform to connect interiors brands, innovative manufacturers and design industry professionals.
Although he had not played the instrument since 1834, he represented an era when the Jew's harp was regarded as something substantially more than a curious folk instrument --so much so, in fact, that Johann Georg Albrechtsberger, now remembered mainly as Beethoven's composition teacher, composed at least seven concernti for Jew's harp, mandora, and string orchestra, of which three (from the years 1769, 1770, and 1771) survive.