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Darga is a musical group based in Casablanca, Morocco founded in 2001 by students of an Art school. They play Gnawa music and fusions of traditional music with Western styles.
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Darga is a cantillation mark commonly found in the Torah, Haftarah, and other books. The symbol for the Darga resembles a backwards Z.
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Democratization in Africa (1992)
African Views, African Voices by Sahr John Kpundeh
AMEDEE DARGA is a member of the Mauritius Legislative Assembly and active in municipal politics, having served recently as mayor of Curepipe, one of the largest cities in Mauritius. TERESA SMITH DE CHERIF is manager and senior editor ...
by Francis Morgan
Hazrat Nizamuddin Darga Hazrat Nizamuddin Darga is a Spiritual and Peaceful Place It's for Muslims but everyone can move there. The place is long way to walk inside. The Flower shop owner are irritating and forcing you to keep your shoes ...
The Ramzan Darga is a square building, including the plinth, forty-four feet long by forty feet broad and including the dome thirty-three feet high. The prayer-place is visited by many Musalmans and by a few Hindus. Every vear on the 15th of ...
The Ramzan Darga is a square building, including the plinth, forty -four feet long by forty feet broad and including the dome thirty-three feet high. The prayer-place is visited by many Musalmans and by a few Hindus. Every year on the 15th of ...
by Alan J. K. Sanders
ZASAG DARGA. Originally meaning the ruler of a khoshuu, this title is now used for appointed governors of Ulan Bator and the 21 provinces as well as sum and bag administrators since the local government reforms brought about by the 1992 ...
A Santali-English dictionary (1899)
by A. R. Campbell
A small plant common during the rains, Commelyna swffrut- icosa, BL Darga. A precipice. Marah utar darga menaka. There is an immense precipice (there.) Dargu dargu. Large, big.
An Encyclopedia by Jeffrey E. Cole
upon the Darga. The Dargin were part of, or under the influence of, Caucasian Albania and later the Khazar Khanate, ...
by Kurtulus Oztopcu, Zhoumagaly Abouv, Nasir Kambarov, Youssef Azemoun
ката darga crowd т. 8. 1 2 3. 4. 5 6 7 издиьac izdiham коп халык (köp khaliq) калыцэл (kalmgel) халык токесе ( khalik törkeme) kalabalik coeкe mareke image (adamlar topi) олосон оlomon ...
by Philip Hugh Dalbiac
Hymn to Darga. “ Love gains the shrine when pity opes the door." BULWER LYTTON.
darga, adarga, Gael. targaid, a shield. Commonly referred to Lat. tergus, hide, skin, thence a shield, as being made of hide. Septem taurorum tergora, a shield of seven bull-hides. Walach. targa, however ...
by George Watt
,; Akhar, kharot, KUMAON ; Akhor, krot, dzln, KASHMIR; Akhrét, dnn, thn'1maghs, than thrin, khér, kzi, darga, akh6mi, krot, ku- botang, starga, ugha, waghz, fhnnka,bark=difldti8l1, PB. ; Ughs, waghz, Ara. ; ' Akréda, ...
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Scrabble value of D2A1R1G2A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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