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Polar Gleams : An Account of a Voyage on the Yacht 'Blencathra'

By: Peel, Helen, 1870; Wiggins, Joseph; Jackson, Frederick George, 1860-1938

...on the 29th August our little fleet weighed anchor and steamed cautiously KHABAROVA 43 through the Straits. The morning was bright but damp. I was up... ...s up on deck at 6 a.m., and two hours later we sighted the small hamlet of Khabarova, where we anchored a short time. It is situated on the sandy beac... ...il. Steam was got up in the small launch, and after breakfast we landed at Khaba- rova, where all the inhabitants had collected on the beach to see us... ...ived that these Samoyedes, familiar objects since our contact with them at Khabarova, or St. Nicholai, as it is now named, were very slightly clad. Th... ...elves of them. The Samoyedes, whose type is the same as those described at Khabarova, seemed delighted A VISIT TO THE SAMOYEDES 69 to welcome us. We ... ...the fog lifted entirely, and once morewe were directing our course towards Khabarova, the little village which had witnessed, on our out- ward journey... ...rance of their language. A Russian sloop happened to be lying at anchor at Khabarova, which accounted for the Samoyedes being all more or less in a ba... ...and of followers — in his arctic- built steamer Fram — reached the port of Khaba- rova or "St. Nicholas," in the Pet Straits, at the entrance to the K... ...pedition, and who accompanied young Victor Morier overland to Obdorsk from Khaba- rova. To this young man Nansen delivered letters and despatches, etc...

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Khaba

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... Serekh of Khaba on a stone bowl of unknown provenance, Petrie Museum of Egyptian Arch... ... Hor-Khaba Ḥr-ḫˁj-b3 The s... ... Layer Pyramid Khaba (also read as Hor-Khaba) was a pharaoh of Ancient Egypt, active durin... ...e 3rd dynasty of the Old Kingdom period.[2][3] The exact time during which Khaba ruled is unknown[2][3] but may have been around 2670 BC.[1] ... ...n[2][3] but may have been around 2670 BC.[1] King Khaba is considered to be difficult to assess as a figure of ancient Egypt.... ...is archaeologically well-attested by stone bowls and mud seal impressions. Khaba's reign is securely dated to the Third Dynasty. Because of the contra... ... in part from contradictory king lists, which were all compiled long after Khaba's death, especially during the Ramesside era.[4] It is also object of... ... during the Ramesside era.[4] It is also object of investigations as where Khaba might have been buried. Many Egyptologists and archaeologists propose... ...e mastaba close to the Layer Pyramid, where numerous stone vessels bearing Khaba's serekh have been found.[5][6] ...

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Some Assamese Proverbs

By: Gurdon, P. R. T. (Philip Richard Thornhagh), 1863

...as not greedy ate on the ground. Perhaps ironically meant. 24. Greediness. Khabaloi jam jam banaloi gariya, Pindhibaloi lage tak &chuali churiya. He i... ...4. Selfishness. Ai goichil gosain gharaloi, Moi goichilo lagat, Akhoi kala khabaloi pai, Tate halo bhakat. My mother went to the house of the gosain, ... ...s said that the one-eyed is among the unbelievers." 98. Useless craving *, Khabaioi nai kanto, Bar habaloi manto. He who has not a grain (of rice) to ... ... bending down ? 38 SOME ASSAMESE PROVERBS. 106. Never waste a moment. Jar khabar jibar man, Bahote achore ban. He who has a mind to thrive, Scratches... ...goeth before a fall. Dolar narnere shikiyate jabfi, Gakhirar namere panike khaba. Instead of being carried in a dooly, you will be carried slung on a ... ...on of ungovernable temper. 134. Bitter words are hard to hear. Bhatar titd khabaloi bhd,l, mdtar titd khdbaloi t^n. It is good to eat bitter rice, but... ...his proverb the order of things is reversed. 206. Husband. &tfct*& *tf%nft Khaba janilei chawolei chira, Bahiba janilei matiyei pira, Buliba janilei m... ...t (etikatbi) one word ; f^rtt (dirai) literally to boast. __ 211. Lover. i khabaloi dhi bdndhat paril. He came only to have a look, but he got tied up...

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Layer Pyramid

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... necropolis of Zawyet el'Aryan, Egypt . It is thought to be the tomb of Khaba, of the Third Dynasty, but this is based upon excavations in a tomb ...

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Russia in the Far East

By: Korff, Sergei Aleksandrovich, Baron, 1876-1924

...stok and the surrounding country, mostly along the Pacific coast; thirdly, Khabarovsk and the Districts along the banks of the Amur, with a vast, spar... ...ssfully along the Amur and Is controlling at present this region as far as Khaba- rovsk. It finally succeeded In ousting the Japanese, defeating the W...

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Zawyet el'Aryan

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...yer Pyramid was built in the third dynasty probably during the reign of Khaba . The pyramid was meant to be a step pyramid of possibly five to seve... ...2001 (1997). ISBN 0-8021-3935-3 Unfinished Pyramid, possibly belonging to Khaba. All that stands now is a square base on which the core of the pyrami...

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The Soviet Far East and Central Asia

By: William Mandel

...of the Bureia and the Amur there is a short stretch of mountain on both sides at Khabarovsk and south along the Ussuri the border runs through marshy ... ... and the Chita Oblast. The Far Eastern Territory was subdivided in 1938 into the Khabarovsk and Maritime Territories. The Yakut ASSR has been a separa... ...ar and the Intervention, the railroad to Chita was a favorite route of invasion. Khabarovsk Territory comprises the Amur Valley, the coast of the Sea ... ...nt of the base is at Sovetskaia Gavan on the Sea of Japan, and the other is near Khabarovskwhere the Ussuri flows into the Amur. (Khabarovsk, itself, ... ...board consists of four main administra- tive and economic districts, all part of Khabarovsk Territory, governed from the city of Khabarovsk, but suppl... ...s a newly opened region of such importance that it is administered directly from Khabar- ovsk. While the size of the population of Magadan is not know... ...t out that armaments and munitions are largely made from the same raw materials. Khabarovsk Territory to the north and west of the Maritime Territory ... ...ity to each other, and this industry has been established. Chita Oblast, west of Khabarovsk Territory, is the largest tin- producing region in the cou... .... With these exceptions, the entire Territory is one in which the temperature at Khabarovsk may be taken as typical for the populated districts. There...

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Manipuri Kshatriya

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... They are divided into seven exogamous clans (yek-salai): Ningthouja, Angom, Luwang, Kuman, Khaba-Nganba, Chenglei & Moirang. These clans a...

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A Shooting Trip to Kamchatka

By: Demidov, Elim Pavlovich, Principe Di San Donato, B. 1867

...n the Amur to Radde — Two Cossack hunters —Their report of native game—Reach Khabaro\'sk, the chief town on the Amur—Government House and the Museum—T... ...or Blagovestchensk—The village of Malmyjskoie and its "bear-worship"—Gale at Khabarovsk, and numerous wrecks — Further war news—At Blagovestchensk in ... ..." on the Amur River The Triumphal Arch at Blagovestchensk Panoramic \'iew of Khabarovsk on the Amur River A Summer Residence (Banks of the Amur) A Win... ...e Amur) A Winter Dwelling (Banks of the Amur) Monument to Count Muravieff at Khabaro\sk A Corean on the Ussuri Railway . Corean Types (Ussuri Railway)... ...Buriat Type Huge Rudders to the Barges on the Amur River Local Cargo Boat at Khabarovsk Types on the Amur River Homeward Bound (the Author and Cienera... ...own the Amur to Radde—Two Cossack hunters—Their report of nati\e game —Reach Khabarovsk, the chief town on the .Amur—Covern- ment House and the Museum... ...ut the Siingari was not yet in sight, and only five days re- mained to reach Khabarovsk (over 500 miles) and get over the Ussuri Railway (another 450 ... ...ur departure with the captain, a Swede by birth, who agreed to take us on to Khaba- rovsk for the sum of 500 roubles (^^50), and promised THE KHINGAN... ... foreigners. On the following day, June 12, at two p.m., we were in sight of Khabarovsk, the chief town of the Amur district. The river is over three-...

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Saddle-billed Stork

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... actually this species' Latin American relative. The Third Dynasty pharaoh Khaba incorporated this hieroglyph in his name (Jiménez Serrano 2002).*Barl...

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Polar Gleams : An Account of a Voyage on the Yacht 'Blencathra'

By: Peel, Helen, 1870; Wiggins, Joseph; Jackson, Frederick George, 1860-1938

...on the 29th August our little fleet weighed anchor and steamed cautiously KHABAROVA 43 through the Straits. The morning was bright but damp. I was up... ...s up on deck at 6 A.M., and two hours later we sighted the small hamlet of Khabarova, where we anchored a short time. It is situated on the sandy beac... ...il. Steam was got up in the small launch, and after breakfast we landed at Khaba- rova, where all the inhabitants had collected on the beach to see us... ...ived that these Samoyedes, familiar objects since our contact with them at Khabarova, or St. Nicholai, as it is now named, were very slightly clad. Th... ...elves of them. The Samoyedes, whose type is the same as those described at Khabarova, seemed delighted A VISIT TO THE SAMOYEDES 69 to welcome us. We ... ...the fog lifted entirely, and once morewe were directing our course towards Khabarova, the little village which had witnessed, on our out- ward journey... ...rance of their language. A Russian sloop happened to be lying at anchor at Khabarova, which accounted for the Samoyedes being all more or less in a ba... ...ll band of followers in his arctic- built steamer Fram reached the port of Khaba- rova or "St. Nicholas," in the Pet Straits, at the entrance to the K... ...pedition, and who accompanied young Victor Morier overland to Obdorsk from Khaba- rova. To this young man Nansen delivered letters and despatches, etc...

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Chakri Vakilan

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... ASI Raja Imran Khalid also embraced shahahat on 25th of March 2013 in dhoke khaba police station rawalpindi during the process of arresti...

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The Papyrus of Ani; A Reproduction in Facsimile : Volume 2

By: Budge, E. A. Wallis (Ernest Alfred Wallis), Sir 1857-1934

... 6. Hathor. My ears are the ears of Up-uat. My nose is the nose of Khenti- Khabas (?) My lips are the lips of Anpu. My teeth are the teeth of 7« Serqe... ...-Ariti (?), 209. Khenti-heh-f, 262. Khenti-herab-het-tesheru, 1 27. Khenti-Khabas, 607. Khent-menut-f, 80. Khepera, 70, 109, 111, 11 ;, 1 1 s, 119, 12...

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Saqqara Tablet

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... 14 Khaba Neb-ka-ra ... ... 14 Khaba Neb-ka-ra ...

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Some Assamese Proverbs

By: Gurdon, P. R. T. (Philip Richard Thornhagh), 1863

...j:^ "S"^^ I Ai gaichhil gosain gliaralai, Mai goiclihilo lagat, Akhai kala khabalai p^i, Tdte halo bhakat. My mother went to the house of the gosain, ... ... words are hard to hear. ^^^ f%^1 ^Ul^^H it^^ f%^l ^\^h[ ^t^ I Bhdtar tita khabalai bhal, mdtar tita khabalai t^n. It is possible to eat bitter rice, ... ...in this proverb the order of things is reversed. 206. Practical knowledge. Khaba janile chaulei chira, Bahiba janile matiyei pira, Buliba janile mojiy...

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Ningthouja dynasty

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...y began to emerge in Imphal River valley, overrunning the territory of the Khaba clan. They established Kangla as their seat of power.[3] From Kangla ... ...ngla they absorbed the surrounding clan principalities of Luwang, Moirang, Khaba-Nganba, Angom, Sarang-Leishangthem and Khuman. Since 33 CE till the r... ...ing Badra Singh, also known as Meetingu Nongpok Wairang Pamheiba, Maharaja Khaba King Yadu Singh, son of Badra Singh ... ...y began to emerge in Imphal River valley, overrunning the territory of the Khaba clan. They established Kangla as their seat of power.[3] From Kangla ... ...ngla they absorbed the surrounding clan principalities of Luwang, Moirang, Khaba-Nganba, Angom, Sarang-Leishangthem and Khuman. Since 33 CE till the r... ...ing Badra Singh, also known as Meetingu Nongpok Wairang Pamheiba, Maharaja Khaba King Yadu Singh, son of Badra Singh ...

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The Naga tribes of Manipur

By: Hodson, Thomas Callan

...present time the name of the whole collection of Ningthajas, Kumuls, Luangs, Khabananbas, Angoms, Chengleis and Moirangs, are capable of special ident... ...e Tangkhuls we find the names Ningthaja, Kumul, and Luang in every village ; Khaba occurs twice ; in one village only, Nungbi, we have clans bearing t... ...to seven by the disappearance of two clans and the amalgamation of the clans Khaba and Anganba into one. Perhaps as a small essay in political palaeon... ..., 4, 163 Kathi Kasham, 153 et f^eq. Kechira, 161 Kela Sangmuk, 13 Kezhama, 4 Khaba, 72 Khabananba, 72 Khfigenba, 38 Khasis, 14, 32, 57, 58, 88, 132, 1...

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Huni

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...ainer Stadelmann, identify Huni with the contemporarily well attested king Khaba. Their identification is based on the circumstance, that both king's ... ... re-introduced under king Sneferu (beginning of the 4th dynasty). Therefor Khaba's reign moves temporal very close to that of Sneferu and makes an ide... ...t Huni's reign are the tomb inscriptions of high officials such as Metjen, Khabausokar, A'a-akhty and Pehernefer. These are dated to the time span fro... ... started a stepped pyramid, similar to that of king Djoser, Sekhemkhet and Khaba, but higher advanced and with more and smaller steps. When king Snefr...

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Russia in the Far East

By: Pasvolsky, Leo, 1893

... he had seen on his journey. Three years after PoyarkoVs explora- tion, Erofey Khabarov, an enterprising peasant settler in the Yakutsk province, sail... ...y the Chinese and acknowledged the rule of the Manchu dynasty. Others followed Khabarov, and in the course of the next forty years a number of Eussian... ...arried out with considerable bloodshed, both in Vladivostok and in Nikolsk and Khabarovsk. The Provisional Government disclaimed responsi- bility for ... ...tance, but nevertheless powers unto themselves. Such were Blagovyeshchensk and Khaba- rovsk. During the summer, a number of attempts were made to unit...

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Step pyramid

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... of tomb), one on top of another. Later pharaohs, including Sekhemkhet and Khaba, built similar structures. In the Fourth dynasty of Egypt, the Egypt...

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Institutes of the Laws of Ceylon, Founded on and Following the Arrangement of the Late Mr. Justice Thomson's Work Bearing the Same Title : Vol. 1

By: Pereira, James Cecil Walter, B. 1856

...ramayyan ... ... 214,216 Vythilinga v. Vijoyaltammal ... ... 427 Waghji r. Khabas ... ... ... 268 Wahed Ali r. Jumall ... ... ... 322 Wahed Ali r. Mul... ...rrogatories or make an affidavit of documents on his behalf [see Waghji v. Khabas, I. L. R. 10, Bom. 167 ; Dukev. Stephens, 30 C. D. 189]. Interrogato...

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Vinod Dua

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... Aired in the past Janvani Parakh Khaba ...

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The new Siberia; being an account of a visit to the penal island of Sakhalin, and political prison and mines of the Trans-Baikal district, Eastern Siberia

By: De Windt, Harry, 1856-1933

...HAPTER VIII. PAGB ON THE ROAD... ... 167 CHAPTER IX. THE OUSSOURI AND AMOUR RIVERS. BOUSSE KHABAROVSK 188 CHAPTER X. THE UPPER AMOUR AND SHILKA RIVERS... ...PTER XL THE SILVER MINES OF NERTCHINSK. (iN TWO PARTS) . 233 CHAPTER XII. THE LOWER AMOUR. KHABAROVSK NIKOLAEFSK . .283 APPENDICES AND MAP. LIST OF I... ...-CAPTURE. SAKHALIN ...... 133 NEAR NOVA-SILYA, TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY . . .169 PANORAMA OF KHABAROVSK 205 GOVERNOR'S HOUSE, BARRACKS, AND PART OF OLD ... ...ving nothing of importance to detain me in Vladivostok, I resolved to start that night for Khabarovsk. Like most Siberian cities, Vladivostok looks it... ...s the village of Bousse, at the head of the Oussouri River, whence a river steamer runs to Khabarovsk (a large city, and the seat of the Governor-Gene... ...of the line, although my friend strongly advised me to postpone my departure and travel to Khabarovsk by sea, via Nikolaefsk, in a small coasting stea... ...der for at least ten years later. The line will extend from Vladi- vostok to Irkoutsk (via Khabarovsk and across Lake Baikal), and from Irkoutsk (via ... ...obstacle seemed to lie in the fact that an edict had lately been issued by the Governor of Khabarovsk strictly prohibiting the use of post- 168 THE N... ... Russia a short time previously to share the home of her husband, a Government official at Khabarovsk. A delay of three days had, she told me, exhaust...

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2014 Channel O Music Video Awards

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...hethwa - "Incwadi Yothando" DJ Vetkuk VS Mahoota - "Khaba Lenja" DJ Cndo - "...

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The Native tribes of the Transvaal

By: Great Britain. War Office. General StaffMassie, R. H

... by Shikwane, his ancester Khupa having defeated and driven away his brother Khaba. The latter after his defeat moved with a portion of the tribe to a...

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Nebka

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... Successor Khaba (most likely), Huni or Djoser ... ... Khaba ... ... Sekhemrekhutawy Khabaw ... ... Successor Khaba (most likely), Huni or Djoser ... ... Khaba ... ... Sekhemrekhutawy Khabaw ...

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The Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Royal Numismatic Society : Volume 18

By: Royal Numismatic Society (Great Britain)

... be transcribed mshka, while the other part may be read N^tfH taba, or tf^Xn khaba. This part of the legend is, however, by no means free from am- big...

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List of Egyptian pyramids

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... Khaba (uncertain) ancient name: ... ...ibly never in use. ^ The connection to king Khaba is disputed, since not a single artifact with any royal name was foun... ... Khaba (uncertain) ancient name: ... ...ibly never in use. ^ The connection to king Khaba is disputed, since not a single artifact with any royal name was foun...

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The New Siberia; Being an Account of a Visit to the Penal Island of Sakhalin, And Political Prison and Mines of the Trans-Baikal District, Eastern Siberia

By: De Windt, Harry, 1856-1933

...HAPTER VIII. PAGB ON THE ROAD... ... 167 CHAPTER IX. THE OUSSOURI AND AMOUR RIVERS. BOUSSE KHABAROVSK 188 CHAPTER X. THE UPPER AMOUR AND SHILKA RIVERS... ...PTER XL THE SILVER MINES OF NERTCHINSK. (iN TWO PARTS) . 233 CHAPTER XII. THE LOWER AMOUR. KHABAROVSK NIKOLAEFSK . .283 APPENDICES AND MAP. LIST OF I... ...-CAPTURE. SAKHALIN ...... 133 NEAR NOVA-SILYA, TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY . . .169 PANORAMA OF KHABAROVSK 205 GOVERNOR'S HOUSE, BARRACKS, AND PART OF OLD ... ...ving nothing of importance to detain me in Vladivostok, I resolved to start that night for Khabarovsk. Like most Siberian cities, Vladivostok looks it... ...s the village of Bousse, at the head of the Oussouri River, whence a river steamer runs to Khabarovsk (a large city, and the seat of the Governor-Gene... ...of the line, although my friend strongly advised me to postpone my departure and travel to Khabarovsk by sea, via Nikolaefsk, in a small coasting stea... ...der for at least ten years later. The line will extend from Vladi- vostok to Irkoutsk (via Khabarovsk and across Lake Baikal), and from Irkoutsk (via ... ...obstacle seemed to lie in the fact that an edict had lately been issued by the Governor of Khabarovsk strictly prohibiting the use of post- 168 THE N... ... Russia a short time previously to share the home of her husband, a Government official at Khabarovsk. A delay of three days had, she told me, exhaust...

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Horus Bird (Pharaoh)

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... Khaba ... ... Sekhemrekhutawy Khabaw ... ... Khaba ... ... Sekhemrekhutawy Khabaw ...

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The Native Tribes of the Transvaal

By: Great Britain. War Office. General Staff; Massie, R. H

... by Shikwane, his ancester Khupa having defeated and driven away his brother Khaba. The latter after his defeat moved with a portion of the tribe to a...

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Lanela

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...e lower land area. 2. Lanela is one of the village abandoned by Paliwals as Kuldhara and Khaba. We can see the old heritage remainant here. ...

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Nemsko-serbski wsowedny sownik hornouziskeje re. Deutsch-wendisches encyklopädisches Wörterbuch der Oberlausitzer Sprache

By: Rzak

...hnn, -hnuwa f, -t sein khabhi , kiwka i, seine Stellunf!: ist e. .ieho zastojnstwo khaba. Er-schwatzen sebi wubabota, -p(l)apota; -sciiweren po-, seži... ...iez; -lieh kipry (kaž židana šwalka) (stiJisl. -ricli), driechy, -chliwy, wa- dny, khabaty, pik(ot)aty, pobeduy, 378 miiaiiiriy, g. wrreti w ' ' ' * ... ...rozestaji ; -streiten so wurowa i; -wackeln, -wanken, -scliwanken so mot(ykow)a i, khaba i; -walzen pewalowa i; -weg tam-a-sempu a m; -werfen pemjetow... ... liumpa i, himpa i, paka /, (wiegen) koleba /, tuje ?, (Kdspr.) tujka i, (wackehi) khaba i, so hib(ot)a ?', *-bny, (Kahn) kiwka i, -kny, (auf d. Knien... ...o njestarat'- ; -stand nje(wob)stajnos. i'nbeslftndii^ nje(wob)stajny, wjer- cawy, khabaty, naasny kaž hapileja, poasiiy, wobwjertliwy,wob-. wotskako-... ...waty, u. Person rozmysl(ow)ak a m, khabta, -ka, khablal, -kawa, po- ojnik, u. sein khaba i, so rozmy- slowa i\ -schlossenheit rozmyslowanje, khabawos,... ... njesykany, (Kind) njekolebany; -wiU njewsty, u. machen, werden znjew- si, u. sein khaba i, -blowa i, auf's U. na dobre zbožo, die Sache ist u. wc nje... ..., -twillen adv. naše dla, za nas, nas dla. Unsicher njewsty (kaž powuš), (wackelig)khabaty,(gefahrvoll)strašny, u. Hand tepotata ruka, u. gehen Jig. s... ...i (subst. -ak, -awa), so šmata i {subst. -ak, -awa), u. (i. Zweifel) seindwlowa i, khaba i, u. Nachrichten verbreiten nowiny na njewste (wu)sa, etw. u...

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Mentuhotep IV

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... Khaba ... ... Sekhemrekhutawy Khabaw ...

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The Soviet Far East

By: Erich Thiel

...S AND DIAGRAMS 34. Land utilization in the southern part ofthe district of Khabarovsk and in the coastal region page 291 35. Distribution of wheat and... ...6 miles, while from Moscow to Vladivostok the distance is 5,787 miles, via Khabarovsk, and is still 5,153 miles by the more direct line ofthe Manchuri... ...chatka Obkstwas separated offas an independent entity from the District of Khabarovsk. Theboundarieswiththerestofthe SovietUnionhaveremained 26 THE P... ...ight with fire andbow and arrow. Three years after the return of Poyarkov, Khabarov started oncemorefromYakutskwith seventy men for another journey of... ...ossacks were lured on by distant unknown lands and the hope of rich booty. Khabarov under- took several expeditions along the Amur and also went up th... ... there against heavy attacks by the Mandshus and other tribes. The town of Khabarovsk, which bears his name, was later founded on this same site. The ... ... present level ofthelower Seya. The region ofthelowerAmur, which starts at Khabarovsk, can best be regarded as an elongated trough running between the... ...reaching 75 per cent of the maximum possible inDecember (90-95 per cent in Khabarovsk), dropping to alow of 34per cent in June. The heavier cloud cove... ...d cover of the summer reduces the diurnal range of temperature, so that at Khabarovsk, for example, it is only 8-1 in July as compared with 13-1 in Fe...

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Shoshenq III

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... Khaba ... ... Sekhemrekhutawy Khabaw ... ... Khabash ...

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Russia on the Pacific, And the Siberian Railway

By: Volpicelli, Zenone, B. 1856

...64 II. VIEW ON THE AMUR From photograph by the Author. 104 III. STATUE OF MURAVIOFF AT KHABAROFSK „ 264 Fromphotograph by the Author. IV. A RUSSIAN SE... ... was due to private enterprise and it chose a different, shorter route. Erothei Pavlof Khabaroff, a peasant of Ustiug Veliki, in the province of Volog... ...in 1632—the slaughter of the fur-bearing animals had not yet diminished their numbers. Khabaroff, there- fore, in 1638, proceeded to the river Lena. A... ...warded for the colonisation of the country around the newly discovered river Yenissei. Khabaroff was probably incited to emigrate by the news of this ... ...d and provided for their own wants, receiving only five or six roubles for the winter. Khabaroff engaged men of the first class, and spent two thousan... ...ers for transporting the large trafiic between the two rivers. Constant success urered Khabaroff's active mind to find new sources of profit, and in 1... ... the river Kuta, which, however, was soon stopped by the authori- ties. Undiscouraged, Khabaroff, the following year, asked permission to cultivate fa... ...outh of the Kirenga, on condition of receiving only one year's exemp- tion from taxes. Khabaroff gradually acquired great wealth, and em- ploj^ed a la... ...nd rapid accumulation of wealth in the lands arduously discovered by his predecessors, Khabaroff, with the restless adventurous spirit of a Cossack, d...

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21st, 22nd & 23rd dynasties of Egypt family tree

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... Khaba ... ... Sekhemrekhutawy Khabaw ... ... Khabash ...

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The Novels and Other Works of Lyof N. Tolstoï : Volume 10

By: Tolstoy, Leo, Graf, 1828-1910

...r. " Yes, sir," said Yakoff. " And what are your orders with regard to the Khabarovka money ? " Khabarovka was mamma's village. " Leave it in the offi... ...hen there is nothing to be done ; you will take what is necessary from the Khabarovka funds." "Yes, sir." It was evident from the expression of Yakoff... ...t merry girl, Nataschka, used to run about the courtyard in the village of Khabarovka in a tattered dress. My grandfather had taken her upstairs as on... ... reduced circumstances .'' He has a very handsome property, and Natascha's Khaba- rovka, where I played in the theater with you once upon a time, I kn... ...s winter, and that it is indispensable that you should take the money from Khaba- rovka. It surprises me that you should even ask my consent CHILDHOO...

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Egyptian pyramids

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...own as the Layer Pyramid, may be attributable to the Third Dynasty pharaoh Khaba, a close successor of Sekhemkhet. If this attribution is correct, Kha... ...ne of these subsidiary pyramids is known to be that of Amenemhat's cousin, Khaba II.[20] The site which is in the vicinity of the oasis of Fayyum, mid...

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