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Credit

Gujarati

યશ

Last Update: 2014-08-20
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cash / credit

Gujarati

શ્રી ganeshay નમ:

Last Update: 2017-07-05
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credit transaction

Gujarati

bhavik chavada

Last Update: 2013-11-06
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credit transaction

Gujarati

kya che bhai

Last Update: 2017-06-26
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credit transaction

Gujarati

TU KYA CHO ?

Last Update: 2017-05-19
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credit transaction

Gujarati

tu kya che

Last Update: 2017-05-10
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credit transaction

Gujarati

TU KYA CHHE ???

Last Update: 2014-12-15
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tax invoice

Gujarati

કર ભરતિયું

Last Update: 2017-07-04
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Only 'credit' scheduler is supported

Gujarati

ફક્ત 'શ્રેય' નિયંત્રક આધારભૂત છે

Last Update: 2014-08-15
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value added tax

Gujarati

મૂલ્ય આધારિત કર

Last Update: 2016-04-18
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The credit is till not visible in our bank statement,

Gujarati

ક્રેડિટ અમારા બેંક સ્ટેટમેન્ટ માં સુધી દેખાતી નથી, અમે પ્રાથમિકતા પર આ બાબતે તાકીદે કરવા માટે વિનંતી

Last Update: 2014-11-26
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Sorry, you don’t have enough credit for that call.

Gujarati

માફ કરો, તમારી પાસે તે કોલ માટે પૂરતો શ્રેય નથી.

Last Update: 2014-08-20
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You don't have enough credit in order to place this call

Gujarati

તમારી પાસે આ કોલ સ્થિત કરવા માટે શ્રેય પૂરતુ નથી

Last Update: 2014-08-20
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Credit scheduler cap parameter (%d) is out of range (0-65534)

Gujarati

શ્રેય નિયામક કેપ્શન પરિમાણ (%d) મર્યાદા (0-65534) ની બહાર છે

Last Update: 2014-08-15
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Credit scheduler weight parameter (%d) is out of range (1-65535)

Gujarati

શ્રેય નિયામક મૂલ્ય પરિમાણ (%d) મર્યાદા (1-65535) ની બહાર છે

Last Update: 2014-08-15
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Remainder again as below mail , kindly go thru your income tax report uploaded in Younify portal , once tax deducted will not rectify

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તમારા langage સંપૂર્ણ સજા લખો

Last Update: 2015-06-15
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This is to state that today I came for the new currency to your branch located in my colony and witnessed chaos and queues there accompanied by bitter altercation between your cashless staff and cash-starved people. People jostled to exchange and withdraw money and anger was soaring high at every nook and corner of the branch. The non-functional ATM of the branch added fuel to fire. Scuffle and heated exchanges were seen outside too as the crowd was growing impatient and there was no guard to man the crowd there. I was saddened by this mismanagement as the branches of other banks in the adjoining buildings had much better arrangements. Now as several days have passed you need to ensure smooth functioning at your branch. Sir, I do understand how helpless the bankers are today. You have to bear the ire of your seniors, the tax departments and the infuriated public. The problem cannot be resolved overnight but can be mitigated by making some small facilities available. To start with, a cashful of functional ATM with a guard to manage the queue will solve half of the problems. People are facing psychological and physical problems due to the sudden decision on demonetization so they tend to lose their cool at the drop of a hat. Sufficient number of polite staff, a water dispenser and a couple of benches for old and feeble will surely mollify their anger. Why not be safe than sorry?

Gujarati

QUERY LENGTH LIMIT EXCEDEED. MAX ALLOWED QUERY : 500 CHARS

Last Update: 2018-01-19
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carrom board game rules Rules FAQ Game Index Subscribe New Warehouse Deals Search for a game or brand... Masters Traditional Games Home Review Centre Ideas for ▼BasketEmail us01727 855058 GAME TABLESPUB GAMESOUTDOORSBOARD GAMESCASINOTABLE-TOPGIANT GAMESFAIR GAMES Visit our Google Plus pageVisit our Facebook page The Rules of Carrom Carrom or Karom is a game that has long been played throughout India and South East Asia but the game has become increasingly popular throughout much of the rest of the world during the last century. There are a huge number of variations in the rules even though an international regulatory body and several major national bodies exist - even these have rule variations depending upon the situation. Masters Games has based the following rules on those from the UK Carrom Club, tailoring them for simplicity where possible. Note: 1 inch = 2.54cm. Equipment The following dimensions vary considerably and are given only as an example of a tournament board. A Carrom board is a square smooth flat wooden board that can be 72cm or 74cm square and which should be positioned 60 - 70cm above the ground. In each corner is a circular hole that can be 51mm in diameter and underneath each hole is a net to catch the pieces in a similar way to a snooker table. Two lines are drawn on the table along the diagonals. These are the "foul lines". In the centre are two concentric circles - the centre circle is the size of a piece, the main circle having a diameter about six times larger. Outside the circles and a short way in from each side of the board are two straight lines parallel with the edge of the board. They should be about 3.8cm apart and the long thin area between them is terminated just before the diagonal foul lines at either end by a red circle of 3.8cm diameter. This thin rectangle with circles at either end is called the "baseline" and the baseline nearest to a player is the area that the player's striker must be played from. There are nine dark or black pieces and nine light or white pieces plus a red piece called the "Queen". The smooth wooden pieces are slightly smaller than the the striker which is between 3.8cm and 4.4cm in diameter. People often own their own strikers which can also be made of bone or ivory and which are normally somewhat heavier than the pieces although can vary in weight from half as heavy to four times as heavy as a piece. On some boards, potato starch, chalk dust or other lubricant is used to make the pieces slide more easily over the surface of the board - the most popular lubricant is boric acid. Preparation To decide who goes first, one player should hold a piece concealed in one hand. If the opponent guesses correctly which hand, the opponent chooses who goes first, otherwise the player concealing the piece chooses. The person who plays first aims to pocket the white pieces. The game is played by two opponents sitting opposite each other. To begin, the Queen is placed in the centre of the board. Six pieces are put around the Queen directly in a circle, each touching the Queen and their neighbours. The remaining twelve pieces are positioned around the inner circle of six pieces, so that each outer piece touches the inner circle. Both circles should have the pieces alternating in colour. The two circles are oriented so that the Queen, a white piece from the inner circle and a white piece from the outer circle lie in a straight line pointing towards the centre of the side of the board where the player who will play first is sitting. Objective Players take turns to play. A turn consists of one or more strikes. A player wins by pocketing all of the pieces of their chosen colour first. However, neither player can win until one or other player has "covered the Queen". To cover the Queen, a player must pocket one of her own pieces immediately after pocketing the Queen. If the Queen is pocketed but not covered, the Queen is returned to the board. Both players normally try to cover the Queen in addition to trying to win the game because a player who wins and also covers the Queen receives bonus points. Striking For each strike, the player must position the striker within the baseline OR on one of the two circles at either end of the baseline. A striker within the baseline must touch both the front line and the rear line. The striker may not "cut the moon" - be placed partially within the baseline and partially within the circle. The player must flick the striker with one finger so that it crosses the front baseline - it is not permitted to flick backwards or horizontally. A piece that is on or behind the front baseline must not be struck by the striker until the striker has crossed the front baseline. In striking, the player's hand or arm must not cross the diagonal foul lines at either end of the baseline. Basic rules For the very first turn, the player is allowed three attempts to "break" i.e. disturb the central group of counters. It doesn't matter which piece the striker hits first and it doesn't matter if the striker hits no pieces. If a the striker pockets the Queen and/or one or more pieces of her own colour, the player retrieves the striker and takes another strike. If the player pockets no pieces or commits a foul, the turn finishes. Covering the Queen A player may only pocket and cover the Queen if that player has already pocketed at least one piece of that player's colour. Should a player pocket the Queen before being permitted to cover it, the turn continues but the Queen is returned to the centre at the end of the turn. If a player pockets the Queen and one of her own pieces in the same turn, this counts and that player has covered the Queen. Such a player must have already pocketed at least one piece in order to cover the Queen as per normal. When a player pockets the Queen but does not cover it, the Queen is returned as near as possible to the centre circle by the opponent. Other Rules Pieces returned to the centre can be placed on top of other pieces within the main circle. If pieces come to rest standing on their edge or overlapping another piece, they are left as they are until moved again in the normal course of play. If the striker comes to rest under another piece, the striker should be removed with as little disturbance to the covering piece as possible. Fouls When a player commits a foul, the turn comes to an end immediately and a penalty is incurred. The penalty is that one pocketed piece is returned to the board by the opponent anywhere within the main circle. Any other pieces requiring to be returned to the board are also placed within the main circle by the opponent. It is normal for pieces to be positioned in order to confer an advantage for the opponent. A foul is recorded in the following situations: The striker is pocketed. The striker or any other piece leaves the board. A player pockets an opponent's piece. If the Queen was also pocketed, it is returned to the centre by the opponent together with the penalty piece. Any other pieces pocketed in the same strike remain pocketed. A player pockets the final opponent's piece. Regardless of whether the Queen has been covered, the opponent's piece is returned to the centre in addition to the penalty piece. A player pockets the final piece before the Queen has been covered. In this case both the pocketed piece and a penalty piece are returned to the centre. A player contravenes the rules for striking. A player touches any piece in play, other than the striker. The first player to strike fails to break the counters in three attempts. Where a penalty is incurred but no pocketed pieces exist to return, the penalty is "owed" until a piece becomes available. If a penalty is owed, when a piece becomes available due to being pocketed, the piece is returned to the centre by the opponent at the end of the turn. Should the opponent forget to do this before the start of the next turn, any owed penalties are lost. Scoring At the end of the game the winner scores 1 point for each opponent's piece left on the board. If the winner has less than 24 points and the winner also covered the Queen, a bonus 5 points are scored. If the winner has 24 or more points, then no points are scored for covering the Queen. The maximum score for one game is therefore 14 points. A match is played to 29 points. Doubles Carrom is played by four people just as often as by two. For the doubles game, partners sit opposite one another and turns proceed in a clockwise order. Other than that, play is exactly the same as for the singles game. The game has a different character, though, because pieces behind the baseline can be safely left for the partner to deal with unlike in the singles game where pieces behind the baseline can only be moved by the opponent or by rebounding of the board edges. PRODUCTS Carrom Boards Carrom Boards Uber Games Carrom Uber Games Carrom Uber Games Tournament Carrom Uber Games Tournament Carrom Garden Games Carrom Board Garden Games Carrom Board Uber Championship Carrom Board Uber Championship Carrom Board These rules are provided by Masters Traditional Games, an Internet shop selling quality traditional games, pub games and unusual games. For information on copying and copyright, see our disclaimer. Our rules are comprehensive instructions for friendly play. If in doubt, always abide by locally-played or house rules. Copyright Masters Traditional Games © 2017. All rights reserved. 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carrom board game rules

Last Update: 2017-08-21
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1. Use Public Transportation: Use your vehicle a lot less often. Carpool and rideshare when you have the ability to do so and consider using public transportation instead of walking; that way, you aren’t contributing to all of the issues that the air is already dealing with before adding your car to the mix. 2. Drive Smart: If you are driving on a regular basis, make sure that you are driving smart instead of wasting gas. Drive within the speed limit, make sure that there aren’t a lot of things in your car that will weigh it down, and do all that you can to conserve the amount of gas that you will be using on a regular basis. 3. Do Regular Car Check Up: Its important for you to go for regular check up of your car to make sure it does not consume extra fuel. This will not only save you money but your car will also last longer. 4. Keep Car Tires Properly Inflated: Car consume more fuel when tires are not properly inflated and aligned. Keeping them properly inflated will lessen your impact on the environment. 5. Buy Energy Efficient Vehicles: Buy vehicles and other items that are helpful to the environment. There are so many options that you have now that are either efficient on gas or they are hybrids, so you don’t have to worry about them putting additional gas and pollution into the atmosphere. If you’re looking for a new car, go energy efficient if you can. 6. Consider “going green”: There are so many options for going green out there and a lot of them come with tax breaks that can make it even easier for you to do so. Look into your local, state, and even federal initiatives in order to see if they have something that can help you change your tune. 7. Plant a Garden: Plant a garden that is going to give the air the nutrients that it needs to be cleaner. There are so many plants out there that will eat up the junk in the atmosphere. Do your research and see what one(s) you can grow easily and that will help the world around you. 8. Use Low-VOC or Water-based Paints: Use paints that are based with water and not oil. The less oil products that you are using, the better off that you’re going to be because that means less oil is being produced overall. 9. Turn Off Lights When not in Use: Don’t keep the lights or other electric devices on. The more traditional power that you are using, the more energy you’re wasting and the more that you’re polluting the air. 10. Buy Green Electricity: Buy electricity generated from renewable energies i.e. hydroelectric, wind or solar power. 11. Make use of Solar Energy: Consider using solar power instead of regular power. Solar power can save a ton of energy for you and, on top of that, it could also end up saving you a lot of cash in the long run as well. 12. Use Natural Gas Instead of Charcoal: Use a propane or natural gas grill instead of charcoal. Then, you’re not putting fossil fuels into the air, which can be incredibly detrimental to the world around you. 13. Use a EPA Certified Woodstove: Use a EPA certified woodstove or fireplace instead of oil. Once again, the less oil you use, the better it is for the atmosphere. 14. Dry Clothes on Clothesline: Dry your clothes on a clothesline instead of trying to dry your clothes in a dryer. The less energy that you use, the better off it will be. 15. Always Use Recyclable Products: Always use recyclable products if you have access to them and the ability to choose them. They take less power to make than other products. 16. Use Both Sides of Paper: Use both sides of a piece of paper. Otherwise, you’re just being wasteful with the things that you are using. 17. Reuse Paper Bags: Reuse paper bags; they work really well for almost anything you can imagine and they are recycled in the first place. 18. Avoid Plastic Bags: They are made from oil products and they can hurt the environment because it takes them forever to decompose (and some never decompose). 19. Choose Products With Minimal Packaging: When it comes to buying items from outside, consider buying those with minimal packaging and are reusable. Even if they are packaged, try to buy the one with least packaging. 20. Use Broom Instead of Leaf Blower: Don’t use items that are going to kick up a lot of dust into the air; consider using other items instead. For example, instead of using a leaf blower, why not consider using a broom instead? 21. Don’t Use Hazardous Chemicals: If you’re using materials that have a lot of chemicals and smell strongly, consider using them outside and/or not using them at all. 22. Quit Smoking: Quit smoking and encourage those around you to do the same. The smoke is terrible for you and for the air quality around you as well. 23. Insulate the Leakages: Utilize insulation in and around your home in order to make it so that you don’t have to use as much energy in order to heat your home. 24. Consolidate Your Trips: Try to make sure that everything that you’re doing can be done in one trip instead of going out several times in your vehicle. That way, you’re using less gas while you’re out and about.

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huzeytu fu xeJe vh «tuz¾xle fu ’wftlle fu c{tkzle ònuht; fhJt:e ftb ÃËhwk :E sðþk l:e.

Last Update: 2016-12-06
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The Foreign Exchange Transfer Department (RBI) hereby bring to your attention of the payment of your deposited fund here in the RBI, you were listed as a beneficiary in the recent schedule for payment of the past edition email/sms award incurred by the BRITISH GOVERNMENT, which is yet unclaimed up-till date due to some circumstance. According to your file record; your payment is categorized as: Contract type: Lottery/inheritance/Undelivered Lottery fund/ The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor, Dr.Urjit Patel and Ban Kin-moon Secretary-General of the United Nations met with the Tax Committee on Finance RBI Mumbai/Delhi branch. Regarding unclaimed funds which have been due for a long run, At the end of the meeting (RBI) Governor, Dr.Urjit Patel mandate all unclaimed funds to be released back to the beneficiary stating that it is an unfair practice to withhold funds for government basket for one reason or the other for tax accumulations. Therefore, we are writing this email to inform you that (500,000.00GBP) will be release to you in your name, as it was committed by (RBI) Governor. To credit your account immediately you will have to send scan copy of your passport size photograph (1 ) for file record, This is according to law assigned and the security covering your fund from the source The assigned transfer department don’t have any right to DEDUCT from your fund because it’s made to reach your account in complete Value. We decline for 5 working days after date of receiving this mail.(46846000219.30Indian Rupees) is a very huge amount of money , that is the reason why we are permitted to transfer to your account through online transfer to enable it reflected to your personal bank account in within half an Hour /1Hour.payment approved to transfer to your bank account: 4Crores,68Lakhs, 46,000,219.30INR.

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PESn3 PASWE THI

Last Update: 2016-10-20
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