[ US /ɝˈdu/ ]
  1. the official literary language of Pakistan, closely related to Hindi; widely used in India (mostly by Moslems); written in Arabic script
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  • To overcome this problem, the Purdue researchers developed a means to create LEDs on low-cost, metal-coated silicon wafers, whereby the the silicon substrate is metalized with a built-in reflective layer of zirconium nitride. Sustainable Design Update » Blog Archive » New Low Cost LED Technology
  • I was told Rajni is also fluent in Bengali and Urdu. Why are South Indians so smart?
  • They cheerfully hailed us in Dari, then Urdu, then broken English.
  • Researchers at Purdue University recently discovered that an antioxidant in green tea called epigallocatechin gallate can shut down an enzyme that cancer cells need to grow and divide. Earl Mindell’s New Herb Bible
  • It was not exactly a cakewalk for the actresses either: ‘There is a lot of Urdu used in the film and we had to work on our diction as well as dance for the songs.’
  • WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue University researchers, working with high-performance computing experts at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, have created an automated program to "debug" simulations used to more efficiently certify the nation's nuclear weapons. Science Blog
  • The elite wanted to fraternize with the Pakistanis who had accepted Urdu as the national language.
  • As the name implies, to make a turducken, you will need a turkey, duck and chicken.
  • The reductio ad absurdum is related to a familiar form of proof in logic: You make an assumption and then derive from it a contradiction or a known falsehood by a series of valid inferences. Fun with Hair Splitting
  • Linguistically most of Pakistan's languages are spoken in other parts of the South Asian subcontinent -- Punjabi, Sindhi and Urdu and before the separation of Bangladesh, Bengali. Aparna Pande: Is Pakistan Part of South Asia? Yes!
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