1. a Chadic language spoken south of Lake Chad
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  • Nowadays the word jabberwocky is used to mean nonsensical language in general. †"V Venkata Rao, Ahmedabad The Times of India
  • Yo quise quemar este libro en presencia de su dueno, y esperandole un dia que me habia de venir a ver, supe que dos dias antes se habia ido a Avila, huyendo de la enfermedad de pintas que andaba entonces en Salamanca; y asi le queme aquella noche en mi celda en una chimenea que hay en ella. Fray Luis de Leon
  • The yatras have in the past sparked clashes in Ahmedabad as Hindu devotees - armed with swords, tridents and spears - hurled anti-Muslim insults from atop chariots and trucks.
  • Objedoque dabat clipeo certamina; et illinc Hedor erat, Trojae fvunmum decus: acer uterqoCi Fuhninibus ccelo veluti fragor editus alto; P. Virgilii Maronis opera: emendabat et notulis illustr. G. Wakefield
  • Indaba-zimbi," I said, changing the subject, "I have something to say," and I told him of the threats of Hendrika. Allan's Wife
  • Quia autem pro animarum salvatione datum fuerit illud mandatum, aperte cognosci potest ex verbis Domini, quae ad Abraham locutus est, quando ei circumcisionis praeceptum dabat, dicens: infans octo dierum circumcidetur in vobis. A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
  • Indaba-zimbi," I said, "we can never cross this if we take six days. Allan's Wife
  • Squatting amidst the logs by the entrance to the hall where the show is on, Suresh Bhat from Ahmedabad is the craftsman engrossed in chiselling these logs into things of beauty.
  • Modi’s office is on an upper floor of a massive, scabby-faced ministry building in Gandhinagar, the planned city of government workers north of Ahmedabad that is a monument to the flawed architectural schemes of formerly socialist India. India’s New Face
  • Television stations say just before the first blast in Ahmedabad they had received a 14-page long e-mail warning of an attack from a group calling itself "Indian Mujahedin.
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