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/ban·dy/ (band´e) bowed or bent in an outward curve.
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According to the new formation PK-40 Haripur I comprising Haripur, Kalingar patwar circle, Chohar Sharee, Dragri, Dari, Mhakna, Mankrai, Noorpur Paswal, Pharhari, Pind Hashim Khan, Sarai Namat Khan, Jaggal, Dheenda, Changi Bandi, Shah Maqsood, Sarai Saleh, Noordi, Mirpur, Pankdak, and patwar circle of Ali Khan.
Since no subsequent efforts were made to update the jama bandi of these computerized mouzas, the computer data had been damaged, the official added.
This is exactly what Professor Bandi found when he looked at the wind power fluctuations of all of the turbines in a wind plant in Texas.
Bandi le dijo a un amigo, Zoltan Kellerman, que no era posible dejarla ir sola y al dia siguiente ambos alcanzaron a su amiga.
The event will start at 7pm on Friday and will feature a yoga demonstration by Bandi Ramulu and his students, to commemorate Dr Iyengar's birthday.
The hard sell included numerous phone calls, a visit by Bandi to Daniel's house, a promise of a money-back guarantee and being warned: "I could miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Bandi disclosed that "the recent meeting held in Juba with the sons and daughters of the state was commendable and was lauded by every southern Sudanese in Juba.
All 182 bandi for 1701-1813, which sometimes listed several books at once, are edited in one volume, while two other volumes contain the systematic and chronologically ordered inventory of the meetings of the Congregation for the Index and the Inquisition.
CA Last autumn, seven policemen manning the Bandi Mangan checkpoint in the CArestive Bala Murghab district of the province had joined the Taliban ranks.
Parbinder Kaur, a nurse from the West Midlands, believes that Diwali is an important religious and historical milestone for Sikhs: "We celebrate Bandi Chhorh because Guru Har Gobind reached Amritsar on Diwali day after his release from Gwalior Jail; with him he brought 52 princes freed from prison, they held on to Guru Ji chowla, which had 52 long strips.
11) Chen (2007) defines the bandi as "a working group which is made up of a few individuals, whose formation is based on professional solidarity and emotional solidarity.