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amrita

The tantric sex term for the female ejaculate, which is similar to prostatic secretions.
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While Indian society is changing, it is not shifting rapidly enough for couples like Amrutha and Pranay, whose marriage defied an age-old system of discrimination and hierarchy.
A devastated, yet determined, Amrutha has launched a social media campaign demanding justice for her late husband.
Kripa Anne Thakaran was also the top scorer in Science with 97pc, followed by Amrutha Murali (96.6pc) and Tarun Thaliath (96.2pc).
(116.) Amrutha Gayathri, Enrica Lexie; Italy Urges India to Release Detained Marines, Int'l Bus.
[19] Amrutha S Padhye et al also reported a higher prevalence of 5.46% among the children in the urban area compared to 2.63% in rural India.
For examples Shukla and Jharkharia (2011) for wholesale vegetables markets in India, Amiri et al., (2011) for prices of potato and onion in Iran, Amrutha (2009) for price of onion in India, Nochai and Nochai (2006) for oil palm price in Thailand, Sher and Ahmad (2008) for wheat production in Pakistan and Iqbal et al.
Two days after Hope's data-analysis meeting, I returned to the charter school to listen as its leadership team reviewed the session with ANet coach Amrutha Nagarajan, a 28-year-old Wellesley-and Harvard-educated former banker.
Carol Wright by the statue with pupils (back) Michael Best and Katy Newman and Zach West and Amrutha Killpalli.
Tenders are invited for construction of foot bridge in ward no 46 for attavara kmc school to amrutha nilaya road in mangalore taluk , d.K dist,under the head of account of 5054-03-101-0-02-132 major district roads and bridges
Pranay and his wife, Amrutha Varshini, were attacked by unidentified assailants on September 14, 2018, which subsequently led to Pranay's death.
We have two children -- daughter Amrutha, a law aspirant, and son Anandhu, a secondary school student.