Kriti

NOUN
  1. the largest Greek island in the Mediterranean; site of the Minoan civilization that reached its peak in 1600 BC
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  • Salah satu isu yang paling kritis saat ini adalah mengenai pemanasan global yang juga diakibatkan tingginya akumulasi CO2 di udara, sementara rendahnya penyerapan CO2 oleh hutan. Humanosphere Science School – Netsains.Com
  • Nature is Her effulgent shakti, not inconscient prakriti or illusory maya. Tantra and Transcendentalism – Emerson and Aurobindo
  • 'prakriti' - seeing the individual as a whole - has greatly helped biomedical researchers understand new disciplines such as pharmacogenomics (how an individual's genetic makeup influences response to a drug). SciDev.Net
  • Though really unmanifest, she is called indestructible Prakriti and dwell in all manifest forms. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
  • The only person at the museum who was even more widely disliked is Jaber al-Tikriti. The Thieves of Baghdad
  • Die indruk is geskep dat die SAUK besig is om 'n onkritiese kanaal vir die klakkelose herhaling van ANC propaganda te word sonder om propagandistiese bewerings te kontroleer of die Nasionale Party se reaksie ook op sy nuusbulletins te dra. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Die Mechanik in ihrer Entwickelung historisch-kritisch dargestellt, 3rd impr. and enl.ed. Leipzig: Einstein's Philosophy of Science
  • The Balijas were proud of their Sudra status, in a world previously dominated by a classical Sanskritic varna scheme that insisted that kings had to be Kshatriya (two castes higher than Sudras). D. South and Southeast Asia, 1500-1800
  • HSBC economist Prakriti Sofat said a wider band allows in theory for greater currency appreciation, which would help combat Vietnam's spiraling inflation, but in the short term the dong is likely to weaken. Vietnam Doubles Its Currency's Trading Band
  • This lively convocation of gods, goddesses, demigods, kouroi, korai, horses, mythical beasts, and grave stelai is electrifying, all the more so because the ensemble includes such Ancient Art 101 mainstays as the Kritios Kouros and the torso of the Rampin Rider (fitted with a casting of the horseman's head, now in the Louvre). Grading the New Acropolis
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