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Deha

Film

"Deha" is a 2007 romance film written and directed by Mahesh Manjrekar.

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  1. DEHA is an Italian dancewear label that specialises in clothing specifically for dance and dance inspired active wear.
  2. The Deha, sometimes pronounced as Dhaya, Dhea, Daiya and Dheya are a caste found in India, and have scheduled caste status in Haryana.

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Google previewSacred Books of the East: The Upanishads, pt. 2 (1884)

The body is meant, and is called deha from the root dih, to knead together. Roer gives samdehye gahane, which Sankara explains by samdehe. Poley has samdeghe, which is the right Kánva reading. The Mādhyandinas read samdehe.

Google previewAtmabodha: Knowledge of Self (2014)

by A. Parthasarathy

Deha refers to the gross body and indriyas to the subtle body. But due to lack of discrimination the deluded superimpose the properties and activities of the gross and subtle bodies upon the immaculate Átman. Átman is described as amala.

Google previewJournal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (1873)

by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

Port Deha is a little hollow, or bight, of a rather rough and stormy character, but at the same time exceedingly beneficial, as large masses of seaweed enter there; and the hardy islanders combat the huge billows, struggling to rescue this useful ...

Google previewThe Upanishads: The Katha-upanishad. The Mundaka-upanishad. The Taittirîyaka-upanishad. The Brihadâranyaka-upanishad. The Svetâsvatara-upanishad. The Maitrâyana-brâhmana-upanishad (1884)

The body is meant, and is called deha from the root dih, to knead together. Roer gives sawdehye gahane, which Sankara explains by sawdehe. Poley has sawdeghe, which is the right Kawva reading. The Madhyandinas read sawdehe.

Google previewAbhidharmasamuccaya (2015)

The Compendium of the Higher Teaching (Philosophy) by Asanga

Deha means the six indriyas (faculties): eye, ear, nose, tongue, body and mental Organ. 3. Parigraha means the six visayas (Objects): visible form, sound, Odor, taste, tangibility and ...

Google previewJournal (1873)

Port Deha is a little hollow, or bight, of a rather rough and stormy character, but at the same time exceedingly beneficial, as large masses of seaweed enter there; and the hardy islanders combat the huge billows, struggling to rescue this useful ...

Google previewThe Sacred Books of the East (1884)

by Friedrich Max Müller

The body is meant, and is called deha from the root dih, to knead together. Roer gives saz»dehye gahane, which .Sankara explains by sawdehe. Poley has sawdeghe, which is the right Kawva reading. The Madhyandinas read sawzdehe.

Google previewThe Upanishads (1884)

The body is meant, and is called deha from the root dih, to knead together. Roer gives sawdehye gahane, which Sankara explains by sawdehe. Poley has sawdeghe, which is the right Kawva reading. The Madhyandinas read sawdehe.

Google previewWild Science (2000)

Reading Feminism, Medicine, and the Media by Janine Marchessault, Kim Sawchuk

Deha is a privately funded researeh and development company in New York City that is dedicated to women's reproductive heahh issues. Though they received FDA approval to commence a study of low -dose methotrexate and misoprostol ...

Google previewA Consumer's Dictionary of Food Additives, 7th Edition (2009)

Descriptions in Plain English of More Than 12,000 Ingredients Both Harmful and Desirable Found in Foods by Ruth Winter

DEHA is a plasticizer, a substance added to some plastics to make them flexible. DEHA exposure may occur when eating certain foods wrapped in plastics, especially fatty foods such as meat and cheese. But the levels are very low. The levels ...

Google previewSvetasvataropanisad (2011)

The Knowledge That Liberates by Devadatta Kali

Deha means not only “body” in the physical sense but also “form,” “shape,” “ appearance,” “manifestation,” “individual,” or “person.”133 Bheda likewise has a wide range of meanings, including “breaking,” “splitting,” “separation,” “partition,” ...

Google previewThe Science and Technology of Industrial Water Treatment (2010)

by Zahid Amjad

The downside to DEHA is that it is not approved for food contact under 21CFR 173.310. Erythorbic acid, on the other hand, is generally recognized as safe ( GRAS) approved for use where there may be food contact. It is an isomer of vitamin C.

Google previewIndirect Food Additives and Polymers (2000)

Migration and Toxicology by Victor O. Sheftel

DEHA is a hepatic peroxysomal proliferator in rodents, and carcinogenicity of DEHA may be explained by its activity as peroxysomal proliferator. In contrast to a previous carcinogenicity bioassay,5 Keith et al revealed a higher sensitivity of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Some Theosophical Terms (1910)

Deha (Sans.) — The physical body. Deha-grahana — Assuming a visible form. Deha-kara (Sans., the cause ...

Google previewDictionary of Environmentally Important Chemicals (1997)

by David C. Ayres, Desmond G. Hellier

adipate (DEHA), which is added to PVC to make flexible clingfilm, although phthalates and phosphates are also used to a lesser extent. The thermoplastics account for 80% of the ...

Google previewDictionary of Water and Waste Management (2005)

by Paul G Smith

adipate DEHA An organic chemical that is used as a plasticiser in plastics, particularly PVC. It is used as plasticizer ...

Google previewPali-English Dictionary (1993)

by Thomas William Rhys Davids, William Stede

Deha [Sk. deha to *dheigh to form, knead, heap up (cp. kaya = heap), see diddha. So also in uddehaka.

Google previewDictionary of Scientific Terms (1869)

by P. Austin Nuttall

deha, and gonia an angle), in geometry, a plane figure with ten sides and ten angles. Ifthe sides and angles are all equal, the figure is a regular decagon, and may be inscribed in a circle. — In fortification, a polygon figure with ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Psychology (1999)

by Raymond J. Corsini

deha The fourth letter of the Greek alphahet. See APPENDtX C. deita alcoholism tE. M. 1ellineki A type of alcoholism characterized hy daily consumption. increased tolerance, cellular adaptation. leading to withdrawal ...

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