Katmandu

[ US /ˌkætmænˈdu/ ]
NOUN
  1. the capital and largest city of Nepal
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  • Editor's Update: I just got heard from Keith in Katmandu and he had this comment on Mike's new job; "Keith Cowing suggests that this will give him a front row seat as the Ares program is redesigned. NASA Watch: April 2009 Archives
  • A company calling itself Nepal Pashmina Industry, in Katmandu, honestly begins its product profile with “pashmina better known as cashmere.” The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time
  • Now China is the goose with the golden eggs, " said Kesang Tseten, a Katmandu-based documentary filmmaker.
  • Indeed, this kind of national navel-gazing smacks of the arrogance that drove a generation of egomaniacs to go trekking off to Katmandu to ‘find themselves’.
  • At the end of the two years, our group got together in Katmandu to evaluate our experiences. Laurence Leamer biography
  • Katmandu" by Bob Seger for Zamka at the request of his family. SPACE.com
  • In Katmandu I caught rumors of a couple in the uplands who lived a kind of baronial existence among tribespeople whose benefactors and teachers they were. The Boat of a Million Years
  • I'd send you a copy of Bob Seger's "Katmandu", but you probably already have the live version ... Mike Griffin Doesn't Seem To Miss NASA Watch - NASA Watch
  • Members of other orders may, if they choose, gallop across the tundra to succour outcast Siberian lepers, or go white-water rafting in Katmandu, but a Benedictine takes vows of poverty, chastity, and stability.
  • I saw houses that looked like that in Katmandu, Nepal, – they weren’t in trees, but looked the same. Largest Solar Powered Building in the World Unveiled in China
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