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Synonyms for Siva

the destroyer


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Murine Siva-1 and Siva-2, alternate splice forms of the mouse Siva gene, both bind to CD27 but differentially transduce apoptosis.
His employers said Siva had completed his check-in and immigration and was waiting to board his flight when he fell unconscious.
And there was a rim of scum along the top of the water on the leather interiors," continues Siva.
owned subsidiary BMIC Ltd against Siva and its founder Chinnakannan
Top five: Jay, Max, Nathan, Siva and Tom - aka The Wanted.
Dad-of-two Siva said: "As soon as I saw it I realised it looked just like the god Ganesh.
Bhairava is only one of the three main forms of Siva to which the decapitation of Brahma gave birth--Bhiksatanamurti, the form of the Mendicant, and Kahkalamurti, the form of the Skeleton, being the other two (see pp.
Both the Siva and Batelco groups are assisting in the process but we have to decide which circles we will be bidding for," said Mr Kaliaropoulos.
Siva is worshiped as Linga which is the unseen background
Mr Martin added: "If a debtor hadpounds 30,000 worth of debt and was only able to repay one-quarter of that, he or she could have been eligible for a SIVA.
Siva was an Indian candidate who applied for an information technology support role in the financial services industry.
It said SIVA should operate as a two-tier system, enabling people with debts of less than pounds 25,000 or pounds 30,000 to enter an SIVA 1 without creditors voting on the proposal, as long as they were being offered a better return than bankruptcy and the person was paying the maximum they could afford.
Cahuilla Indian elder Alvino Siva, who lives in Banning, urged city officials last week to study the petroglyphs before constructing the equestrian-oriented park.
Siva and a guest, Alex, are both audience for and contributors to this story, which grows narrative branches until it becomes also the stories of the Bhagavad Gita's battle between the Pandavas and the Kauravas, Les Miserables' students on the barricades, the European revolutions of 1848, and the Parisian students of 1968.
In Siva he has located th ultimate manifestation of that mortal yet eternal illusion in which the one appears as the many, yet remains intrinsically one--solitary in the mysterious symmetry of its self.