How To Use Kriti In A Sentence

  • 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
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  • 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
  • Aakash, venerated sage and healer, is the founder of Prakriti -- an abundant farm in the Himalayas. The Seduction of Silence: Summary and book reviews of The Seduction of Silence by Bem Le Hunte.
  • # The word critic comes from the Greek κριτικός (kritikós), "able to discern", which in turn derives from the word κριτής (krités), meaning a person who offers reasoned judgment or analysis, value judgment, interpretation, or observation. ... UP Pompeii
  • For example, a condom campaign in India in the 1970s involved renaming the product Nirodh from a Sanskritic word meaning “protection”. Diffusion of Innovations
  • Vedic, yogic, Sanskritic, ancient Indian and Eastern were the pseudonyms of choice to source key elements of Hindu teachings: bhakti, karma and moksha, even the Bhagavad Gita, one of Hinduism's most revered scriptures. Suhag A. Shukla, Esq.: The Origins and Ownership of Yoga
  • Zemblan, like many Sanskritic languages, is well suited to charades, hence Roth's interest. languagehat.com: CHEKHOV.
  • Then Kriti met a goatherd whistling and hooting at his bleating goats.
  • Eternal and Fixed, He that is possessed of beautiful limbs, (or, He the ascension unto whom is the best of all acts), He who has such knowledge having penance for its indication that He is able to agitable Prakriti for evolving the universe out of her (CXIV -- CXXII); He that goes everywhere (in the sense of pervading all things as their cause), the The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4 Books 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
  • The language of the Weddas is regarded as a base descendant of the most complete and first known form of Aryan speech, the Sanskrit; and the Weddas are set down as descendants of the Sanskritic Aryans, who conquered India. The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal, March, 1880
  • She's envisioning something like a galactic explosion outward from a Sanskritic big bang of three or maybe five thousand years ago. Christopher Lydon: Namita Gokhale: the revolution will be written! (AUDIO)
  • Though Sen, 72, won his 1998 Nobel Prize in Economics and has taught the subject at both Harvard and Cambridge, he could just as convincingly be described as a sociologist, historian, Sanskritist, political analyst and moral philosopher -- for starters -- as his new book makes clear. Winning Argument
  • Angkor Wat was devoted to Vishnu; this may reveal an awareness of and sensitivity to the larger Sanskritic world, since this sect was prominent at the time in India and Java. b. Mainland Southeast Asia
  • Order a thimble of strong, raki-spiked elliniki coffee and hobnob with black-shirted shepherds listening to Cretan music on Radio Kriti FM at the kafeneion in the central square, then pay a call at the corner house, cluttered with memorabilia, where sweet-voiced Nikos Xylouris grew up. Insiders' guide to Greece
  • Kriti sat down cross-legged on a mat and gulped down a lota of milk.
  • The learned Sanskritist, H.H. Wilson, quotes the name Pippilika = ant-gold, given by the people of Little Thibet to the precious dust thrown up in the emmet heaps. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

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