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common : itaraH
common : saamaanya
Common Signs : dvisvabhaavaraashi
Commonly known Ramakrishna , a saint from Bengal : raamakRishhNa
abhyaakarsha 8 : ( kRS } ) , a striking of the flat of the hand upon the breast in defiance ( a practice common to wrestlers and pugilists ).
acchā : A common Hindi expression meaning , I see , or , Is that so?
apa-karsha-sama :. a sophism in the Nyâya ( e .g . ` sound has not the quality of shape as a jar has , therefore sound and a jar have no qualities in common ' ).
apakarShasama : a sophism in the Nyaya ( e .g . ` sound has not the quality of shape as a jar has , therefore sound and a jar have no qualities in common ' ).
Ativyapti : Redundancy : this is one of the three tests of understanding an object . This arises when the characteristics pointed out are found in or are common to other objects also . For instance , the cows are four-legged . Here not only cows , but als
bhaadrapada : ( bhadra-padA } ) the month Bhâdra ( a rainy month corresponding to the period from about the middle of August to the middle of September ) ; and : { bhadra-padA }N . common to the 3rd and 4th Nakshatras ; the day of full moon in the month B
bhaashaa : speech , language ( esp . common or vernacular speech , as opp . to Vedic or in later times to Sanskriit ) ; any Prâkriit dialect or a partic . group of 5 of them ( viz . Mâhârâshthri , sauraseni , Mâgadhi , Prâcyâ , and Avanti , also called Pa
bok choy : the common Cantonese name for Chinese cabbage . These small cabbages , used in Chinese cooking , have dark green leaves and wide white stalks joined near the base of the stem . They resemble a miniature Swiss chard (silverbeet). The smaller the
caitra : of the 2nd spring month ( its full moon standing in the constellation Citrâ 4-2 , 23 ) S'ânkhBr . 3 182 ; the 6th year in the cycle of Jupiter 8 ; a or Jain religious mendicant ; a common for any man ( like Deva-datta ) , Gaudap . on 5 and 7 7/8
chana dal : Husked , split whole dried brown chickpeas (a relative of the common chickpea). They are very popular in Indian cuisine , especially in dal dishes and savouries , being tasty , nutritious , and easy to digest . Chana dal is roasted and ground
Charvaka : The Indian materialistic school , also known as Lokayata ( “restricted to the world of common experience” ). Its central teaching is that matter is the only reality , and sense perception is the only valid means of knowledge or proof . Therefor

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