Kusan


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a member of the North American Indian people of Oregon

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a Penutian language spoken by the Kusan

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The mature seeds of four cultivars of upland rice known as Kusan, Lamsan, Selasi and Siam were used for callus induction.
They eloped and got married last week before returning home to make peace with their families, Kusan said.
109.27-28 yudhyadhvam me 'nugrahat "Fight with my favour"; rather, "do me the favor to fight," i.e., "I will be anugrhita if you fight." Also, kusan udyamya refers to "raising up (as a weapon)" rather than to "picking up" kusa grass.
PT Inni Joa is licensed to build HTI in the district of Kusan Hulu, in the regency of Tanah Bumbu, South Kalimantan with an investment of Rp364 billion over 28,335 hectares of land.
Our planned deployment to sites in Korea, where we will join with Army and Air Force DTS representatives to field concurrently Kusan Air Force Base, Osan Air Force Base, Yongsan, and Camp Casey, is one example of this concept.
Around 20 Metropolitan Anti-Terrorist Branch officers yesterday broke down the door of the pounds 700,000 house where Lakhani has lived with wife Kusan for more than 10 years.
Alon, 24, lives in Sitio Kusan in Barangay Labu-Labu, with a population of barely 200, that is just a stone's throw away from a small camp of Moro insurgents belonging to the Bangsamoro Islamic Armed Forces.
Berth occupancy was managed at 78% at the Port on Friday where a total of six ships namely M.T Southern Jaguar, M.V BBC Kusan, M.V Batan Anniai (Dredger), M.V Salta, M.V Safmarine Ngami, M.V Dubai Express, M.T Brizo, M.T Long Champ, M.T Norgas Napa, M.T Chemroad Rose are currently occupying berths to load/offload cement, containers, palm oil, project cargo, furnace oil, LPG, Ethylene was handled at Port last 24 hours.
Kusan, 1970.) Primjeri su jednolicni--u smislu odabira registra iz kojega dolaze (prozna beletristika), u vremenskome smislu (Kusanov je nesto noviji), u znacenjskome smislu (redovito je rijec o onome sto se obicno naziva instrumentalom osnovne osobine ili svojstva, (6) tek je u zadnjem primjeru znacenje nesto drugacije), u tome da je u svim primjerima prosirku kontrolor subjekt, u tome da je u svim primjerima rijec o imenici u instrumentalu (ne o pridjevu).
One of the earliest occurrences of the term does indeed come from a Buddhist record from Alluru in Andhra which has been dated to the end of the first century C.E., or to the second century;(22) and there are, for example, as many as nine inscriptions from the Satavahana period from the Buddhist site at Kanheri which refer to aksaya-nivis.(23) But yet another of the earliest inscriptional references to this sort of endowment comes from Kusan Mathura, and there the endowment was intended to feed a hundred brahmanas and the destitute.(24) In fact, references to aksaya-nivis continue to occur through the Gupta period and beyond in both Hindu and Jain inscriptions, as well as Buddhist.(25)
M.V BBC Kusan is due to arrive at Port Qasim on Saturday, 23rd June while another ship C.V Maersk Kentucky is due to arrive on Sunday.