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Adai is a musical group.
- albums: "...I Carry", "Felo De Se"
- Adai is the name of a Native American people of northwestern Louisiana and northeastern Texas with a Southeastern culture. The name Adai is derived from the Caddo word hadai meaning 'brushwood'.
- also known as Adai people
- Adai a.k.a. enamelin is a gene.
- also known as amelogenesis imperfecta 2, hypocalcification (autosomal dominant)
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The Cauliflower Diet (2016)
The Revolutionary New Way to Lose Weight by Radha Thomas
Pasi Parupu Adai Adai is a kind of pancake, not smooth and silky like a crêpe, but rough and hearty. It's a good way to mop up all kinds of gravy. It is a common breakfast dish in Tamil Nadu, especially when you want a hearty meal.
Especially Those which Lead Them to Sacrifice on Certain Occasions, Thousands of Human Victims by Caleb Wright
In the interior, time is divided into periods of three weeks, and the first of the three is regarded as the good week, and is called Adai. The Ashantees honor its return by a religious festival, termed the Adai custom; and this is distinguished again ...
Lectures on India (1849)
also, descriptions of remarkable customs and personages in other pagan and Mohammedan countries by Caleb Wright, John James Weitbrecht, Alexander Duff
In the interior, time is divided into periods of three weeks, and the first of the three is regarded as the good week, and is called Adai. The Ashantees honor its return by a religious festival, termed the Adai custom ; and this is distinguished again ...
by Donald Ricky
ADAI The Adai tribe of the Caddo confederacy spoke a dialect closely related to the Kadohadacho, Hainai, and Anadarko. The Mission of San Miguel de Linares was founded among them in 1716. It was destroyed by the French, with ...
Encyclopedia of Louisiana (1999)
by Nancy Capace
The Adai villages at that time extended from the Red River south beyond the Sabine River in Texas, then known as Rio de los Adais. The ancient trail connecting the Adai villages became the noted “contraband trail” between the French and ...
by Angelus Francis Xavier Maffei
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by Vijaya Ramaswamy
ADAI. An ancient Tamil food, it consists of dough prepared from mixed pulses and rice. This paste is finely ground with salt and other condiments like asafetida. Adai resemble pancakes and is made by spreading the dough on a hot pan either ...
An Encyclopedia of Rights, Conflicts, and Sovereignty by Donald L. Fixico
Absaroke Adai Adamstown Alabama Aleut Anadarko Anishinabe Apache Apache Mohave Appomattoc Arapahoe Arikara Assiniboine Athapaskan Atsina Aztec Bannock Bear River Indians Bellabella Bellacoola ...
by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen
Sridhar (Vennira Adai). Telugu début in Manasulu Mamathalu, but became astarinthat ...
by Jennifer Lawler
Jakobites Medieval Christian sect named after Jakob bar Adai (also Jacob Baradæus), a sixth century leader of Monophysitism. With the support of Empress Theodora (497–548), the Jakobites survived o‡cial Byzantine persecution. Bar Adai ...
by Christopher Moseley
Adai 284 Adai (49) Atakapan ...
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