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Definition of the noun WURDA
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Wurda is a genus of Bombyliidae, described by Lambkin & Yeates in Lambkin, Yeates & Greathead in 2003.
- synonym: genus Wurda
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Diptera
- family: Bombyliidae
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- Wurda Emu
- Wurda Norrisi
- Wurda Windorah
- Wurda Patrellia
- Wurda Impatientis
- Wurda Skevingtoni
- Wurda Wyperfeldensis
- Wurda Montebelloensis
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WUrda is a Resident Scholar and the Director of the Center for Hemispheric Studies at the Ameriran Enterprise Institute lor Public Policy Research. Washington, D.C.. and a Research Associate ol the Center for International Affairs at Harvard Univeisitv, and Ptoh ssor ol Political Science at the University of Massachusetts in Amhcrsi.
Choteesgur, Nagpore, and Chandah, and it stretches south along the east side of the Wurda and Godavery, to within a hundred miles of the mouth of the latter. The greater part of this province is a mountainous, unhealthy, and ill-watered country, covered with jungle, and thinly inhabited ; and to its poverty and other bad qualities its independence may be ascribed. A continued chain of moderately elevated hills extends from the southern frontier of Bengal almost to the Godavery , and by ...
A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge
The surface consists chiefly of a high table- land watered by the Godavery, Wurda, Kistnah, and several other rivers, fertile but not well cultivated. Wheat and cotton are the principal productions. The climate, owing to the elevated position of the country, is colder than is usual in this latitude.
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
The principal rivers are the Godavery, Tuptee, Poornah, Wurda, and Kaitna. Yet, though well supplied with water, Berar as a whole is but little cultivated, and thinly inhabited. The cultivated parts produce rice, barley, wheat, cotton, opium, sugar, and a little inferior silk.
A dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world (1846)
by John Ramsay M'Culloch
the Toombuddra and Wurda rivers, and distr. of Canara ; and \V. the Indian Ocean : length 320 m., by 200 m. average breadth. Its W. districts are very mountainous, being intersected by the W. Ghauts; and there are numerous strong hill positions on isolated eminences, with perpendicular sides, often crowned by fortresses. The principal rivers are the Krishna orKistnah, Toombuddra, and Bccma. The Krishna is remarkable as ...
A Dictionary Geographical, Statistical, and Historical of the Various Countries, Places, and Principal Natural Objects in the World by J. R. M'Culloch (1866)
A large proportion of its surface is mountainous, and some of the largest seconds rivers of llindostan rise within its limits; as tie Nerbudda, Sone, Mahanuddy, the, while the Wurda and Godavery bound it W.: but in general it is ill-watered, unhealthy, covered with jun 1e, and thinly inhabited. T e pop. consists chiefly of Goods, apparently an aboriginal people, at a remote penod partly conquered and converted by the Hindoos, and the remainder driven to the hills and jungles, where they ...
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