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margosa leaves

margosa ಎಲೆಗಳು

Last Update: 2015-03-25
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sage leaf

ბრძენი ფოთოლი

Last Update: 2014-08-15
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kafir lime leaves

ಧರ್ಮದಲ್ಲಿ ನಂಬಿಕೆ ಇಲ್ಲದವನು ನಿಂಬೆ ಎಲೆಗಳು

Last Update: 2014-12-07
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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white sage

ಬಿಳಿ ಋಷಿ

Last Update: 2013-08-29
Subject: Agriculture and Farming
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giraffe is the tallest animal and eats leaves of the trees

ಜಿರಾಫೆ ಎತ್ತರದ ಪ್ರಾಣಿ ಮತ್ತು ಮರಗಳ ಎಲೆಗಳನ್ನು ತಿಂದು

Last Update: 2015-01-14
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Defenders of Wildlife 1130 17th Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 Tel: 1-800-385-9712 defenders@mail.defenders.org STATUS: Vulnerable. DESCRIPTION: Giraffes are one of the world's tallest mammals. They are well known for their long necks, long legs, and spotted patterns. Giraffes have small "horns" or knobs on top of their heads that grow to be about five inches long. These knobs are used to protect the head in fights. SIZE: Male giraffes are larger than females. Males weigh between 2,400 and 3,000 pounds and stand up to 19 feet tall! Female giraffes weigh between 1,600 and 2,600 pounds and grow to be 16 feet tall. POPULATION: Giraffe populations are relatively stable. LIFESPAN: Healthy giraffes live about 25 years in the wild. RANGE: Giraffes can be found in central, eastern and southern Africa. HABITAT: Giraffes live in the savannas of Africa, where they roam freely among the tall trees, arid land, dense forests and open plains. FOOD: Their long necks help giraffes eat leaves from tall trees, typically acacia trees. If they need to, giraffes can go for several days without water. Instead of drinking, giraffes stay hydrated by the moisture from leaves. BEHAVIOR: Giraffes are non-territorial, social animals. They travel in large herds that are not organized in any way. Herds may consist of any combination of sexes or ages. OFFSPRING: Female giraffes typically give birth to one calf after a fifteen-month gestation period. During the first week of its life, the mother carefully guards her calf. Young giraffes are very vulnerable and cannot defend themselves. While mothers feed, the young are kept in small nursery groups. THREATS: Giraffes are hunted for their meat, coat and tails. The tail is prized for good luck bracelets, fly whisks and string for sewing beads. The coat is used for shield coverings. Habitat destruction and fragmentation are also threats to giraffe populations. PROTECTION: No current protective laws. ESPECIES Fact Sheets

mymemory ಇಂಗ್ಲೀಷ್ ನಿವ್ವಳ ಅನುವಾದ

Last Update: 2015-05-12
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Defenders of Wildlife 1130 17th Street, NW Washington, DC PROTECTED Tel: 1-800-385-9712 defenders@mail.defenders.org STATUS: Vulnerable. DESCRIPTION: Giraffes are one of the world's tallest mammals. They are well known for their long necks, long legs, and spotted patterns. Giraffes have small "horns" or knobs on top of their heads that grow to be about five inches long. These knobs are used to protect the head in fights. SIZE: Male giraffes are larger than females. Males weigh between 2,400 and 3,000 pounds and stand up to 19 feet tall! Female giraffes weigh between 1,600 and 2,600 pounds and grow to be 16 feet tall. POPULATION: Giraffe populations are relatively stable. LIFESPAN: Healthy giraffes live about 25 years in the wild. RANGE: Giraffes can be found in central, eastern and southern Africa. HABITAT: Giraffes live in the savannas of Africa, where they roam freely among the tall trees, arid land, dense forests and open plains. FOOD: Their long necks help giraffes eat leaves from tall trees, typically acacia trees. If they need to, giraffes can go for several days without water. Instead of drinking, giraffes stay hydrated by the moisture from leaves. BEHAVIOR: Giraffes are non-territorial, social animals. They travel in large herds that are not organized in any way. Herds may consist of any combination of sexes or ages. OFFSPRING: Female giraffes typically give birth to one calf after a fifteen-month gestation period. During the first week of its life, the mother carefully guards her calf. Young giraffes are very vulnerable and cannot defend themselves. While mothers feed, the young are kept in small nursery groups. THREATS: Giraffes are hunted for their meat, coat and tails. The tail is prized for good luck bracelets, fly whisks and string for sewing beads. The coat is used for shield coverings. Habitat destruction and fragmentation are also threats to giraffe populations. PROTECTION: No current protective laws. ESPECIES Fact Sheets

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Last Update: 2015-05-12
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kannada leave letter format

kannada leave letter

Last Update: 2015-02-11
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kannada leave letter

kannada leave letter

Last Update: 2015-01-15
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Monkeys are one of the most recognized animals in the world. They are often long-tailed, medium-sized. They spend the majority if their lives in treetops, while others call flatter savannas and grasslands home. Most monkeys survive of a diet of fruit, leaves, nuts, berries, eggs, insects and occasionally other smaller animals.

ಮಂಕಿ ಕನ್ನಡ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ

Last Update: 2015-01-13
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The other day, my daddy was telling me his childhood stories. He shared his evergreen memories of having a great time with his relatives. In the olden days, people used to visit friends and relatives often. But look at about our generation. How often we get to see our relatives? We just make a phone call to talk to them instead of visiting. We call our grandparents through phones to check if they are doing okay. We wish them Merry Christmas and Happy New Year by sending a text message. We are living in a fast moving world where social life is centered around the mobile phones. Mobile phones are the No:1 culprit in damaging our social life and family life. People have started Texting instead of talking and visiting. What more, I have seen people talking through phone to the family members in the next room instead of just getting up from the chair and walking over there. Leave aside the social life. Think about the health problems because of excessive use of mobile phones. It is a scientific fact that cell phones emit radio frequency energy, a form of radiation, which can be absorbed by tissues in your body. The nervous system of children is still developing and is more vulnerable to factors that may cause cancer. Considering the fact that over 7 billion people use cell phones worldwide, I can't even imagine how many of them are waiting for the deadly decease called "Cancer". Agreed, cell phones keep you connected, but think about the privacy you are losing. No matter where you are, whether it is a vacation in a beach or you are having some family time in a hill station, your phone can ring anytime and bring you some bothering news that will spoil your fun time. I have seen my mother will make sure everyone in the family turn off the mobile phones when we go for fun trips. Places of worship are supposed to be divine where you get connected with the almighty God where ultimate silence is extremely important. But every Sunday, when I go to church with my parents, I hear all kinds of fancy ring tones that interrupt the prayers. Can't people leave the phones behind even for an hour of prayer? How about the irritating commercial and funny text messages you receive everyday? How many spammy commercial messages are sent to people without their permission? For many people, it is one of their routine tasks to delete so many messages from their phone everyday, wasting so much of time and energy. Many people use cell phones to show off and not to make phone calls. There are a lot of expensive, fancy phones, which costs more than the price of a laptop. Why do people waste so much money on cell phones which are meant to be simple devices to make phone calls when needed? A recent study in USA shows that a teen sends average 400 text messages per week. About half of them are sent during class hours. Aren't you shocked to hear this? I am glad our India is much better and cell phones are not allowed in most schools. I can't even imagine we carrying cell phones to the schools and texting in the classrooms! Here is my pledge: If I have the power, I will ban the cell phones in schools, colleges, churches, temples, offices and while driving to focus on learning, to improve productivity, to have a silent atmosphere, to protect privacy and to save lives.

ಪ್ರಯೋಜನಗಳು ಮತ್ತು ಮೊಬೈಲ್ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ ದುಷ್ಪರಿಣಾಮಗಳು

Last Update: 2015-01-12
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A fair is held in a particular place at particular time of the year. It is held mainly for the purpose of furthering the sale of goods. It has also a religious bias as all other Aspects of Indian life. We have head of the biggest fairs of Kumbha and Harijharachhatra. But minor fairs are very common in the village centers of India. These fairs are minor in the sense that gathering of people are not as large as the Kumbha or Harijharachhatra. But they are not less important than those biggest fairs, when people's faith and devotion are taken in the consideration. In Orissa too, we find many fairs round the year. The fair at Kanakpur on the Pana Sankranti day is the most famous. Description The fair is held before the temple gate of the Goddess Sarala. There is a large space which can hold about five thousand people. The sellers in large number come over the place with all their articles for sale. They raise their temporary shops with wall-like projection of bamboo and palm-leaves. They set the same kind of ceilings over their shops. The textiles and the stationeries are rampant and so also the sweets and other kinds of food. many things are sold under the lefty trees. The place of the fair is filled with men, women, and children. Women and children are many more than the male adults. There occurs a rush and a confused noise is raised high. Some children sit on the merry-go-round and some enjoy in looking the bi-scope. Many things are bought and sold. Many people go to the template to pay their heartfelt homage to the goddess Sarala. The temple priests also make some money on this day. The volunteers from the local High School ( Sarala Academy) get sincerely busy in helping the pilgrims. Conclusion The Goddess Sarala is highly revered all over Orissa. This fair before the temple is no doubt important of the locality should make better sanitary arrangements and greater supply of drinking water during this occasion.

jaathre ಮೇಲೆ ಪ್ರಬಂಧ ಭಾಷಾಂತರಿಸಲು

Last Update: 2014-11-29
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