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kathina (kä·tēˑ·n),

adj in Ayurveda, “hard” as a guna, one of the qualities characterizing all substances. Its complement is mrudu. See also gunas and mrudu.
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Undefeated welterweight prospect Jarrett Rose of Bartlesville upped his record to 7-0 by stopping Robert Seyam in the third round, while Kathina Catron and Juan Parra each won four round decisions.
Tenders are invited for Construction Of Approach And Additional Approach And Protection Work At Chirhula Ghat On Kathina River In Distt.
Her second win was more impressive after she knocked Kathina Catron out via a flying armbar just 12 seconds into the match at Invicta FC 5.
She had said this before to me, but this time she followed her remark by lowering her voice and adding shyly: "Last kathina I gave three panties.
A 521-page publication by the United Nations Peace University titled Compendium of Key Documents Relating to Peace and Security in Africa (2006) and edited by Monica Kathina Juma, Raphael Valasquez Garcia and Brittany Kesselman documents more than 100 Western styled resolutions, protocols, declarations and treaties covering from 1963 to 2005 designed to prevent and resolve conflicts and promote peace in Africa.
Monica Kathina Juma and Astri Suhrke (Uppsala, Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2002).
A more casual reading is a report on our Kathina ceremony, and many more.
Momba, Monica Kathina Juma): whereas, with perhaps the exception of South Africa, manifestations of civil society were relatively rare in sub-Saharan Africa until after the fall of the Iron Curtain, today NGOs play an important role in political affairs, especially as they touch upon human rights concerns.
Yet yesterday afternoon in the - possibly aptly named - Dragon Lane Community Centre, almost 200 Burmese Buddhists from all over the UK and abroad took part in the important Kathina ceremony, the religious highlight of their year.
The group gathered yesterday at Dragon Lane community centre in Whiston for the Kathina ceremony, the religious highlight of their year.
The first, "The Popular Tradition: Inclusive Syncretism," describes "ideal action"; a number of rituals, ceremonies, and festivals, such as Kathina, the consecration of a Buddha image, Desana Mahajati, New Year, Visakha Puja, and Loi Kratong; and rites of passage such as ordination, weddings, and funeral rites.