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an ancient Prakrit language (derived from Sanskrit) that is the scriptural and liturgical language of Theravada Buddhism

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The first etude, "A propos de pali phasuvihara, ardhamagadhi phasuya-esanijja," in investigating the etymology and usage of the shared lexical item phasu(ka)-, is much devoted to the mechanisms of its contrastive semantic development in the two languages (actually more than two, including Asokan Prakrit and Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit, inter alia) and the two religious communities, Buddhist and Jaina, that used them.
The only common person the feuding brothers kept in touch with during the last hours was Pali, Hardeep's father- in- law.
Below is a list of recent hires at Pali International in Europe:
PALI, based on the company's Mail-Secure appliance, is an end-to-end solution for e-mail intelligence gathering, monitoring and detection.
Well, there's never a dull moment at Pali Overnight Adventures.
Doug Phillips, co-owner and vice president of Na Pali Eco Adventures, says, "To the best of our knowledge, our vessels are the most environmentally friendly powerboats in the world.
Pali danced the spellbinding maiden Scheherazade, a role which had been especially tailored to her talents, at Indianapolis's Murat Theater.
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Residents of Chotila village have built a small temple for the motorbike and his dead owner, Om Singh Rathore, also known as Om Banna or Bullet Baba, on National Highway 65 in Pali, Rajasthan.
3 (2003): 687-90, it was my privilege to celebrate the publication of part 1 of Margaret Cone's new Dictionary of Pali (= DOP).