Sloka


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Sloka

 

a section of the city of Jūrmala in the Latvian SSR. [23–1747–]

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Bhartrhari, in the very first sloka of his Vakyapadiyam, considers language or particularly the basic constituent of language beyond any beginning or the end while in this world all other things are temporal as whatever has been begotten is bound to have its end.
For identification we used the following zooplankton guides: Manujlova, 1964; Kutikova, 1970; Flossner, 1972, 2002; Pontin, 1978; Sloka, 1981; Krauter & Streble, 1988; Scourfield & Harding, 1994; Segers, 1995; Dussart & Defaye, 2001; Dumont & Negrea, 2002; Nogrady & Segers, 2002; and Paidere & Skute, 2011.
The Dharma Patanjala has only traces of the dyadic Sanskrit sloka followed by Old Javanese explanation that is characteristic of such works as the Vrhaspatitattva and the Tattvajnana.
"KEMET's latest product offers optimization and downsizing opportunities of existing designs," said Bill Sloka, KEMET Specialty Product Manager.
"ArcShield technology features a unique, robust internal shield electrode system that suppresses arc-over while increasing available capacitance," said Bill Sloka, KEMET Specialty Product Manager.
According to Sripad Gopal Krishna Goswami ji Maharaj, Governing Body Commissioner, ISKCON, "These books have immense spiritual strength and even if somebody understands one sloka of these books and follows it his whole life will change."
Bill Sloka, KEMET specialty products manager, said, 'KEMET's Pulse Detonation capacitors offer higher and more uniform breakdown voltage performance than competitive products, resulting in increased yields in customer field applications.