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Cheena is an actress.
- also known as Marites 'Cheena' Javier
- profession: Actor
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by Ah Eng Lai, Francis Leo Collins, Brenda S. A. Yeoh
Cheena is a derogatory term for a ...
The Zhob Valley Expedition (1889)
by S. M. Congreve-Schneider
Cheena is a large village with numerous mud towers and a ruined square fort close by. Its inhabitants were able to supply grass and grain. The next day's march brought the troops at last into the much talked of Zhob Valley. Leaving Cheena ...
by Hamlet Bareh
and the Brahman in consultation with the parents gives the baby a name after consulting the horoscope (cheena). The first feeding of rice (bhatkhoxvai) or annaprashan ceremony ...
by Salvatore Bizzarro
COMPANIA CHEENA DE SEGUROS. The first insurance company in Chile, ...
Dictionary of Food (2009)
International Food and Cooking Terms from A to Z by Charles Sinclair
chee mah China Sesame seed chee mahjeemah ChinaWhite sesameseeds cheena chattiSri LankaA slightly dished circular pan like a shallowwok used for cookingbread especially atta ...
by Arunima Kumari
During Kharif and summer seasons, crops like cheena and ragi be replaced by pulse crop, viz. moong and urad. (b) Incorporation in agro- forestry systems be popularized. (c) Marginal and sub-marginal lands be put ...
An English and Hindostanee Naval Dictionary of technical terms and sea phrases ... To which is prefixed a short grammar of the Hindostanee language, etc (1848)
by Thomas Roebuck, William Carmichael SMYTH (of the Bengal Civil Service.)
south west of Calcutta, Cheena puttnn Kulkипe se 'soolee kiblule ukurub rookh hue. Main sail haul! Plhi ralo ` bura вeщh; plhirap peechlhil. Main top gallant mast head there !
by Thomas Brown
CHEENA, s. China. A CHEEPER, *. 1. A young unfledged bird. 2 cricket 4 CHEIP, ...
A Dictionary of the Scottish Language, comprehending all the words in common use in the writings of Scott, Burns, Wilson, Ramsay, and other popular Scottish authors (1845)
CHEENA, s. China. A CHEEPER, s. 1. A young unfledged bird. 2. A cricket. CHEIP, CHEPE, c. n. 1. To chirp, as young birds do. 2. To utter a shrill feeble sound. 3. To mutter—applied metaphorically. 4. To creek, as the rusty hinges of a door.
The Hindoostanee Interpreter, Containing the Rudiments of Grammar, an Extensive Vocabulary and ... Dialogues; 2 Ed. to which is Added a Naval Dictionary .. by Thomas Roebuck (1841)
by William Carmichael Smyth
*indlass, Cheena,ee duor, dheeglee. (Spanish), Cheemalee hubeSun. Wind rode, Huwa ke samhne rukha. Sail, Puwun ka Serh, ven ser,h. To windward, Wao pur, huwaka moon,h. PPingers, Chhota peep. Płings, Bar ka juhaz. To woold ...
by Edward Spon, Francis N. Spon
sinensis, the sina, cheena, or small Chinese monthly worm of Bengal, partially domesticated in Bengal, where it was introduced from China; several broods in the year, cocoon, white and yellow. B. crasi, the nistry or madrassee of Bengal, ...
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Scrabble value of C3H4E1E1N1A1
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