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virya (vērˑ·y),

n in Ayurveda, potency, one of the qualities used to classify foods and drugs; divided into eight types that are categorized in pairs: heavy-light, hot-cold, dull-sharp, and unctuous-dry.
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Viriya Athikiat, the company's International Sourcing & Merchandising Manager, is responsible for sourcing for the Jaspal brand which runs a chain of 50 stores selling women's "high fashion ready-to-wear".
Janjira Thaipadungpanit, (1) Wirongrong Chierakul, (1) Worawut Pattanaporkrattana, Anusorn Phoodaeng, Gumphol Wongsuvan, Viriya Huntrakun, Premjit Amornchai, Supawat Chatchen, Rungrueng Kitphati, Vanaporn Wuthiekanun, Nicholas P.
Zest corresponds closely to the Buddhist concept of viriya, which might be translated as enthusiasm or energy (Kuan, 2008).
Viriya Upatising, Chief Technical Officer of True Internet, said: "Capacity measured in Net Cache Out, and efficiency measured in Hit Ratio, are the most important parameters for a caching system, determining its value to the operator.
Viriya Upatising, chief technical officer of True Internet, a major Internet service provider in Thailand with approximately 750,000 subscribers.
Such as the list of twenty-two in which the six sense indriyas are followed by itthi, femininity; purisa, masculinity; jivita, vitality; sukkha, happiness; dukkha, sadness; somanassa, mental ease; domanassa, mental dis-ease; upekha, equanimity; saddha, confidence; viriya, energy; sati, mindfulness; samadhi, concentration; panna, wisdom; anannatannassamiti, "I am knowing the unknown"; anna, knowing; and annatavi, one who knows completely (Vbh 1.
Viriya, spent hours punching out warm colors to create his "pointillistic self.
To focus on this challenge, Viriya Thamruengthong, President of the Thai Cable TV Association suggested that consolidation of local cable operators was needed.
Dhammananda chose from Pali for them, they are now called Viriya (perseverance), Panita (meticulous), etc.