Anapurna


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Synonyms for Anapurna

wife of Siva and a benevolent aspect of Devi: Hindu goddess of plenty

a mountain in the Himalayas in Nepal (26,500 feet high)

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After reading the interviews with the Anapurna tree god worshipers, the students are instructed to "identify the relevance of the nine principles for sustainable living followed by people in the Anapurna area" and compare it to their own religion.
Fourth to Anapurna in the Oaks, Manuela De Vega didn't match form when fifth to Star Catcher in the Irish equivalent at the Curragh last time but still warrants consideration as she tackles a new trip.
If Enable was to tackle the 1m21/2f test on the Knavesmire, it would help Gosden keep his remarkable collection of fillies, which include recent Oaks winners Anapurna and Star Catcher, apart.
Anapurna's win in the Investec Oaks kicked off an incredible run of seven Group One victories in less than six weeks, capped off by Too Darn Hot's success in the Prix Jean Prat on Sunday.
Plum last on her return in the 2000 Guineas, she partly atoned for her Newmarket flop with a cracking third behind Anapurna in the Investec Oaks at Epsom.
Anapurna comes in to today's race after a cosy win in a Listed trial at Lingfield.
Meanwhile, the John Gosden-trained Anapurna announced herself to be an Epsom Oaks (G1) contender when posting a comfortable victory in the Lingfield Oaks Trial.
Favourite backers ultimately had their fingers burnt, but she was perhaps unfortunate to run into a very useful filly in Anapurna - and she was nicely clear of the remainder in second.
``I've been in Anapurna base camp but this is my first time on the top of Snowdon, so I'm really glad I've made it and I hope we've made a lot of money for Toe Gobaith.
"We'll think about the Yorkshire Oaks although we also have Coronet, Lah Ti Dar, Anapurna and maybe Enable.
ANAPURNA (8-1) needed both class and guts to land the Investec Oaks for John Gosden at Epsom.
FRANKIE Dettori has had some memorable days at Epsom and 25 years on from his first Classic winner aboard Balanchine, Anapurna's success in yesterday's Investec Oaks gave him his 18th British Classic.
That effort followed shortly after his record climb of Anapurna one of the world's most dangerous summits last year.
And, on that basis, she gets the vote confirm form with Pink Dogwood who, prior to the Pretty Polly had finished an excellent second to Anapurna in the Investec Oaks at Epsom.