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Kutch Kori

The currency of Kutch, a portion of British-ruled India. Upon Indian independence in 1947, it was replaced by the Indian rupee. See also: Dokto, Trambiyo.
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He had but to remind them of the passing of Kori, the devil devil doctor who had believed himself stronger than his chief, and who, for his mistake, had screamed in pain for a week ere what composed him had ceased to scream and for ever ceased to scream.
Abstract: A 22-year-old, wild-caught male kori bustard (Ardeotis kori) developed a large, slow-growing subcutaneous mass over the keel.
Kori brings over 30 years of clinical development experience to Trigemina, much of which has been focused in the neuroscience and headache space.
The villagers said that a gang of six armed dacoits struck at their village Shahabad and made hostage inmates of 15 houses of Kori community and looted valuable items.
Vineet Singh, a 22-year old unemployed man living in Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh killed Jyoti Kori, 45, in a fit of rage after discovering that she was married, and a mother of three and that, she lied to him on Facebook that she was 21 years old and unmarried.
Kori has more than 30 years experience in the field of neurosciences.
They are speaking out against the dangers of nuclear radiation and demanding the closure of South Korea's oldest and incident-prone Kori Nuclear Power Plant, which is located only 20 kilometres away from here.
As the film is released on DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow, director Dan Scanlon and producer Kori Rae tell Brian McIver about bringing them back.
Its surrounded by an array of great restaurants like Macao, Los Americanos, Kori, Cotton, Canvas and Churrascario.
Instead, the imperial couple met Masahiro Minami, 37, and three other peach farmers from the town of Kori at a hotel in Fukushima City to discuss their struggles with decontamination and reputational damage since the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Daiichi plant triggered by the devastating March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
The furore erupted after Korea Electric Power Corporation KEPCO vice president Byun Jun-yeon told reporters that the controversial work on transmission powers, "had to be resolved because the third Kori reactor [at Miryang] was our reference model when exporting nuclear power plants to the UAE.
The court sentenced Kori Jeilani and Antar Ali to death for their involvement in the murder of more than 500 people, and raping and killing over 60 women, a judicial source told official news agency.