Katari

NOUN
  1. a native or inhabitant of Qatar
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or concerning Qatar or its inhabitants
    Qatari oil wells
    the Qatari ruling family
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How To Use Katari In A Sentence

  • “The choice we appear to be making is trying to modify our way out of this, which has the effect of lengthening the crisis,” said Kevin Katari, managing member of Watershed Asset Management, a San Francisco-based hedge fund. Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Black Swan
  • Katarinka went over to the basket and stroked the calico cat curled up inside it.
  • Have I not said that I understand?" the nameless representative of the Katari asked quietly. Conan The Victorious
  • Twice champion Venus Williams wastes little time in dispatching Katarina Srebotnik 6-4 6-1 on Centre Court
  • It would go to the coffers of the Katari, the wizard knew, and so was no cord to bind the fellow, but habit made him try. Conan The Victorious
  • Katarik jumped out of the forest primally screaming.
  • Katarik's eyes brightened and she grinned toothily.
  • During the same period, a nonnoble Aymara Indian, Julián Apaza, taking the name Túpac Katari, gathered an Indian army to lay siege to La Paz, which was temporarily broken by royal troops. f. Insurrections
  • For one thing, King Bhandarkar is dead at the hands of the Katari. Conan The Victorious
  • Eastern leaders charge that Mr. Morales is implementing "Plan Vinto," a strategy calling for Indians toencircle lowland cities that was drafted more than a decade ago by an indigenous highland group calledTupac Katari. Archive 2007-08-01
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