How To Use Annam In A Sentence

  • These include the near-endemic white-eyed prinia Prinia leontica (VU), the grey-winged robinchat Cossypha polioptera, lemon dove Columba larvata, Sharp's apalis Apalis sharpei, whitenecked rockfowl Picathartes gymnocephalus (VU) and Nimba flycatcher Melaenornis annamarulae (VU), A detailed account of birds in Liberian Nimba is given in Coston & Curry-Lindahl (1986). Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve, Guinea and Côte d'Ivoire
  • Muslims from the Seoul metropolitan area are flocking into the Seoul Central Masjid in Hannam-dong, central Seoul, to offer prayer for Ramadan, which started early this month.
  • Even statues of Annamayya and Ramanuja, leave alone those of Mahatma Gandhi and Ambedkar, are enveloped in yellow festoons.
  • Cryptophidion annamense, a new genus and species of cryptozoic snake from Vietnam (Reptilia: Serpentes). Archive 2006-09-01
  • Count, grannam, count!" she cried imperiously, "and if't is not enough I've my little _churi_ for the first as dare touch me! Peregrine's Progress
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  • The Annamese all chew betel nut.
  • When I hear such base, skeldering, coistril propositions come from the counsellors of your grace, and when I remember the Huffs, the Muns, and the Tityretu's by whom your grace's ancestors and predecessors were advised on such occasions, I begin to think the spirit of action is as dead in Alsatia as in my old grannam; and yet who thinks so thinks a lie, since I will find as many roaring boys in the Friars as shall keep the liberties against all the scavengers of Westminster. The Fortunes of Nigel
  • The fishermen of Annamalaicheri village on Pulicat lake, punt their boats at dawn in winter.
  • The Annamese boy was standing in an attitude of despair, his chin sunk on his chest.
  • While Nanzhao was being defeated in Annam, it still occasionally attacked Sichuan. Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)
  • The modern territory called Annam includes the ancient Champa, and it falls within the French political sphere which includes Camboja. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3
  • But -- as for thee, thou good-for-naught, thou wicked elf -- aha! would'st dare leave thy poor old grannam weak and 'fenceless? The Geste of Duke Jocelyn
  • Confined to the wet evergreen forests in the Annamite lowlands of Vietnam and the Lao P.D.R., saola is under threat from severe habitat degradation and conversion, as well as indiscriminate snaring, which may increase with ongoing road construction projects in its habitat. Biological diversity in Indo-Burma
  • Long associated by Westerners with the whole of Vietnam, the name Annam became associated henceforth with central Vietnam; and Tonkin (or Tongking) became associated with the north (taken over by the French, 1884). 4. Vietnam, 1802-1902
  • I should have had to hire some old Storling grannam, or retain the tattling keepers of the house. Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith
  • I can't pretend to be a big fan, but I liked him very much in that series with Zoe Wannamaker, Love Hurts.
  • It is a custom throughout Annam that the puerpera must take a medicine consisting of a decoction of laxatives and purgatives. Labor Among Primitive Peoples
  • Annamma is no match for her husband either in stature or in qualities and accepts her lot with resignation.
  • 'Well,' said Lady Camper, 'a veteran General of Brigade is as good a crutch as a childless old grannam can have. ' Case of General Ople
  • The five-day 'Annam' Food and Agro-biodiversity festival, organised by the Centre for Innovation in Science and Social Hindustan Times News Feeds 'Views'
  • For example, one may ask to what degree Nanzhao's clash with Tang China in Annam contributed to the independence of Da Viet in the tenth century. Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)
  • High-class technology, well-content service, in pursuit of the identical value with customers, Annamo will be your most creditable cooperation associate.
  • The oldest is the Gehannam Formation (ca 40-41 million years old) consisting of white marly limestone and gypseous shale and yielding many skeletons of archaic whales (archaeocetes), sirenians (sea cows), shark teeth, turtles, and crocodilians. Wadi Al-Hitan (Whale Valley), Egypt
  • High-class technology, well-content service, in pursuit of the identical value with customers, Annamo will be your most creditable cooperation associate.
  • Me brother Tim had brought his fawther's gree hairs with sorrow to the greeve; me brother Mick had robbed the par'sh church repaytedly; me sisther Annamaroia had jilted the The Virginians
  • This is the world that three men will leave behind as they embark on a mission of faith and passion in Annam, an exotic land in the Far East. Le Colonial: Summary and book reviews of Le Colonial by Kien Nguyen.
  • The billy flood rose or an elk charged him or the sultrup worldwright from the excelsissimost empyrean (bolt, in sum) earthspake or the Dannamen gallous banged pan the bliddy du-ran. Finnegans Wake
  • Biodiversity Features Mammal species of conservation significance include the possibly extinct wild water buffalo (Bubalus arnee), Eld's deer (Cervus eldii siamensis), Indochinese hog deer (Axis procinus annamiticus), and banteng (Bos javanicus). Tonle Sap-Mekong peat swamp forests
  • Think not to leave thy old grannam lone and lorn and helpless -- nor this our fair maid. The Geste of Duke Jocelyn
  • Incident D, the Thyestean banquet, is widespread throughout European saga and Märchen literature: but even this incident Cosquin (I: xxxix) connects with India through an Annamite tale. Filipino Popular Tales
  • An aeroplane was parachuting supplies to an isolated post in the calcaire those strange weather-eroded mountains on the Annam border that look like piles of pumice, and because it always returned to the same place for its glide, it might never have moved, and the parachute was always there in the same spot, half-way to earth. The Quiet American
  • In Indochina—actually encompassing Annam in the east, Tonkin in the south, and Cambodia and Laos in the north—French rule was threatened. A Covert Affair
  • The Annamese all chew betel nut.
  • It was still 'Annam' (the old Chinese term), buried within the French creation, 'Indo-China.' How to Deal with the Chinese Revolution
  • She is the daughter of Aramkumar, an engineer at the thermal power station in Tuticorin, and Annam, who is an engineer at the Tamil Nadu Water and Drainage Board.
  • The Greeks call it Tartarus, a place even worse than Hades; the Hebrews, Gehenna or Sheol; for Islam it is Jahannam; in China and Japan it is referred to as Di Yu; the Buddhists and Hindus call it Naraka. The Thieves of Darkness
  • High-class technology, well-content service, in pursuit of the identical value with customers, Annamo will be your most creditable cooperation associate.
  • Director of photography Richard Lannaman minds the camera, leaving Danielle free to direct, though she takes full charge of the smaller and pick-up shoots.
  • A staunch anti-imperialist, he made no secret of his sympathy for the Annamese, and he obstinately inserted his political views into his dispatches. A Covert Affair
  • But before the sixteenth century the name Annam meant rather Tonkin and the northern portion of modern Annam, the southern portion being the now vanished kingdom of Champa. Hinduism and Buddhism, An Historical Sketch, Vol. 3
  • He made an importantly contribution to Annamese development and mutual cultural exchanges.
  • Cloaxity, this Bengalese Beacon of Biloxity, this Annamite Aper of Atroxity, really at, it will be precise to quarify, for he seems in a badbad case? Finnegans Wake

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