guttur

guttur

(gŭt′ŭr) [L. guttur, throat]
The throat.
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Altaf Shakoor said big portions of lands in Safari Park, Jheel Park, Hill Park, Aziz Bhatti Park, Guttur Baghicha Park and dozens of other parks are occupied by influential land mafia.
There are five incoming lines at 220 KV, in that three from Guttur (400 KV receiving station) and two from Shimoga (220 KV Mahatma Ghandi receiving station) followed by installation of three winding transformers of two 100 and 60 MVA respectively.
In contrast to the somber and passive attitude of his heretic companions, on the left side of Aquinas, Averroes reads attentively the Latin inscription in his open book, Veritat e/Meditabi/Tvr Gv/Tur Mev/Et Labia/Mea De/Testa Bv/ Tur In/ Divim ("Veritatem meditabitur guttur meum, et labia mea detestabuntur impius," "My mouth will meditate on truth, and my lips will detest the impious man").
125.18.2-3', RBen 69 (1959), 344 (a propos Grunnius): 's' il a une elocution defectueuse, c'est sans doute parce que le cochon a la gorge delicate: "guttur homini tantum et suibus intumescit" (Pline, N.H.