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karma

A concept central to Hinduism which holds that a person’s condition in this life is the result of physical and mental actions that occurred in past incarnations, and actions in the present life will influence one’s destiny in future incarnations.
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It had been banking on the Karma to help it fight back against the rise of the smartphone as the dominant photography tool.
Karma owners can retrofit their Karma from VL Automotive to produce a new model, called 'Destino', for an extra USD85,000.
Fisker was approved for $529 million in federal loans in 2009 to develop technology for the Karma and to revamp a closed auto factory in Wilmington, Delaware, to build its plug-in cars.
Last week, the closely held company said defective battery packs supplied by A123 Systems caused a Karma to shut down during tests by 'Consumer Reports' magazine.
This is the law of karma and reincarnation, set forth in the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, the Brahma Sutras, and other Hindu scriptures.
A body now in the mortuary in Halifax was believed to be that of a German in whose grave Karmas remains lie.
Fisker Automotive, a United States-based automaker, is unveiling its Karma-based convertible named Karma Sunset in late 2013.
Whether it is RV News, RV Sales, RV Parts, RV Service, RV Repair or information about a local campground or RV park, RV Karma was designed to allow RV enthusiasts a central place to review and discuss all things RVing.
Essentially a facelifted Fisker Karma, the Revero is the first vehicle to be produced since founder Henrik Fisker left the business.
Karma is billed as the world's first luxury electric vehicle with range extended by a gasoline engine that, when switched on, powers a generator to supply electricity.