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Definition of the noun WARI
What does WARI mean as a name of something?
- [games] a board game of the mancala family.
WARI: WARIwas an A.M. radio station licensed to Abbeville, Alabama. It operated on 1480 kHz from its inception on August 31, 1961 to its license cancellation on September 9, 1996. On February 22, 1968, WARI opened an FM station, WARI-FM. It began and continues to operate on 94.3 MHz/Channel 232 as WIZB.
- Wari a.k.a. Pakaásnovos Language: The Wari’ language is the sole remaining vibrant language of the Chapacuran language family of the Brazilian–Bolivian border region of the Amazon. It has about 1300–1800 speakers, also called Wari’.
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- Wari a.k.a. Aikana language: Aikanã is an endangered language isolate spoken by about 200 Aikanã people in Rondônia, Brazil. It is morphologically complex and has SOV word order. Aikanã uses the Latin script. The people live with speakers of Koaia.
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- Wari is a traditional dance of the Ancash Region in Peru. The dancers are accompanied by musicians who play the tinya and the small pinkuyllu.
- Wari a.k.a. Waritai Language: Waritai is a Lakes Plain language of Irian Jaya, Indonesia.
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The official game here is called Wari. This ancient game is played by two players using a Wari Board. This is a board hollowed out of wood into two parallel rows of six cups and with 48 pebbles. It is a very complicated game as each player ...
by Jyoti Prakash Tamang
Wari is an ethnic Indian fermented black gram product, similar to maseura. It is a dry, hollow, brittle, spicy, and friable ball with 3–8 cm in diameter and 15–40 g in weight (Batra 1986). Seeds of black gram are soaked in water for ...
by Lewis P. Simpson
The CivilWar killedthe South, leaving itto live its deathin history, ofwhichits experience ofWorld WarI is an integralpart. Although in the society depicted in Flags in the Dust the connections among individuals give the impression of being ...
The Book of Games (2008)
Strategy, Tactics & History by Jack Botermans
Wari is an appealing variation on African man- cala games, and is the game many people mean when they say mancala. The game is for two players, but in Africa, a game will often attract many spectators, who discuss the moves and ...
The Academy (1876)
First, the word Wari is an Etruscan woman's name (see Fabretti, Nos. 1474, 1477) . The next element n means “of; ” al is the common metronymic suffix; and isa means “wife of.” The final syllable la means “belonging to.” It is also used to denote ...
by Y. H. Hui, E. Özgül Evranuz
Wari is an ethnic fermented black gram product of India and Pakistan, similar to maseura. It is a dry, hollow, brittle, ...
by Christopher Moseley
Wari' (orPakaa Nova, Pacais Novos)  Brazil, western Rondônia State, Terra IndígenaIgarapeLage, Terra Indígena Ribeirão, Terra IndígenaRioNegro/Ocaia, Terra Indígena PacaásNovos, Terra Indígena Sagarana. Chapacuran. After many ...
by Stephen L. Vaughn
into the armed services during the World WarI era. Justice Holmes conceded that in normaltimes, Schenck's words would have beenprotected ...
by Aaron Brenner, Benjamin Day, Immanuel Ness
Until World WarI, most employers opposed unions and worker organizations, and fought to maintain unilateral control of the workplace.
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- Wari tomb
This tomb actually goes down several layers. From here you can see a small circular space in the back: that's where the mummy of the head honcho was placed, curled into a fetal position. On the far right you can see the end of one of two galleries flanking the tomb, also filled with mummies (friends? enemies?). Grain, fabric, and miniature ceramics were placed in the tomb, presumably to be used in the next life.
Photo credit: madprime
- Wari pendant and figurine
Spondylus shell and stone inlay, metal. 600 - 1000 AD
From Kimball Art Museum, Ft. Worth
"Golden Kingdoms" exhibit at the Getty museum, LA
Photo credit: Pete Tillman
- Wari ruins in Ayacucho, Peru
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- Soi Thip Wari
This is the entry to a rather large market in the Burahpa area. It's just across from the Old Siam Plaza. The market sells a lot of electronics, eletrical bits and bobs mixed with a large selection of adult VDOs and toys.
Photo credit: jfantenb
- Dance group From Wari
Parade atraksi wisata rakyat nusantara, Biak
Photo credit: biakdobedo
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Scrabble value of W4A1R1I1
The value of this 4-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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