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drava (dräˑ·v),

adj in Ayurveda, liquid as a guna, one of the qualities characterizing all substances. Its complement is sandra. See also gunas and sandra.
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Alberto Moreno, whose revival continued on the banks of the River Drava, drilled expertly across the face of goal.
The fog lifts and falls, it haunts us, it comes from the shores of the Drava, the hair of the girls is damp as they pass up the village street, carrying freshly picked lilies of the valley, and pass nervously by the calvary.
What is more, this old-fashioned way of river management is being enforced ahead of the country's official accession to the EU, criticises WWF, EuroNatur, Green Osijek, Drava League and the Croatian Society for the Protection of Birds and Nature.
Entire Croatian part of the Danube and Drava rivers is fully covered with RIS and further intentions to expand these actions to Sara river have been seriously elaborated.
While Ian Holloway's men, who won a remarkable Championship play-off second leg 4-3 at the City Ground, head to Wembley for an appointment with Cardiff City today, Gunter will be in eastern Croatia on the banks of the River Drava hoping he can watch it on television.
Con respecto a otros elementos nutricionales importantes, se ha observado en especies de camarones altos niveles de oligoelementos lo que los convierte en fuentes potenciales de estos elementos en la nutricion humana y animal (Tacon, 1989; FAO, 2002; Drava et al.
Albion's game against Slovenian side FC Drava, scheduled for July 15, has been cancelled.
They have also announced that the last match of their tour to Croatia and Slovenia, against Drava on Sunday, July 15, has been cancelled.
of Zagreb) examines the repercussions of Ottoman rule between the rivers Sava, Drava and Danube in the early modern period, with an intent to find whether his interpretations of primary sources also apply to wider areas of the Ottoman empire at the time.
Beitar 4 Sileks 3; Valletta 0 Buducnost 5; Slaven 1 Drava 0.
Among the largest of these rivers are the Sava, Drava, Kupa and Dunav (Danube).
Suhopolje is in a fertile plain between hills and the Drava River which separates Croatia from Hungary.