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Sen’

 

in architecture, a tentlike or rooflike structure resting on pillars or columns and topping a tower or a well.


Sen

 

(1) A Japanese monetary unit, equal to 1/100 of a yen. Because of the sharp devaluation of the yen after World War II, the sen is used only as a unit of accounting.

(2) A subsidiary monetary unit used in Indonesia and Cambodia (Kampuchea), equal to 1/100 of a rupiah and 1/100 of a riel, respectively.

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The ECHO approached Mr Sen for comment but received no response.
When Aishwarya was criticized for her weight gain post the birth of her daughter Aaradhya, she received support from Sen.
Sen made her debut in 1953 with the hugely popular comedy Share Chuattar (Seventy-four-and-a-half), which was also her first film with Kumar.
If I was Education Minister, I would have put forward a separate comprehensive Bill far earlier to ensure the necessary reforms in SEN provision.
The opposition party has also demanded it be given the presidency of the National Assembly to enable it to play a "check and balance" role in the legislative body, but Hun Sen has rejected that idea on grounds that it would give the rival party unprecedented power to block motions and submissions.
When integrating SEN students in regular schools, adjusting the curriculum to meet the special need children is vital, for example if a specific child is advanced in math then the school should focus on this skill because children with special needs usually have certain skills that they excel in," said Sara Ahmad Bakir, Head of Social Community Service Community Service at Dubai Autism Centre.
Sen had filed a petition in the Chhattisgarh high court on January 6, challenging a district and sessions court order that had convicted him on various charges, including sedition, and had sentenced him to life imprisonment.
Sen is a 58-year-old paediatrician and public health physician with a 25-year record of providing health care to the Adivasi people of Chhattisgarh.
Sen also has reservations about more specific features of Rawls' theory.
THE BOTTOM LINE To my great shock, it seems that Sen.
Banas described sen as a light-colored wood with a fine grain and dose growth rings.
And Sen, in his title alone, is clearly taking a critical stance against "identity.