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Seer

1. An obsolete Sri Lankan unit of volume approximately equivalent to 1.024 liters.

2. An obsolete unit of mass in India and elsewhere approximately equivalent to one kilogram.

3. An obsolete unit of mass in Afghanistan approximately equivalent to seven kilograms.
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Besides Ram temple, other issues related to Hindu society upliftment and concerns regarding the Sabarimala issue will also be taken up by the seers.
Of all seers consulted by the messengers of the king, the Oracle of Delphi was the only correct one.
Curious about this mysterious relative and instantly drawn to his distinctive, multi-coloured eyes, Seers dug a little deeper and discovered he was her great-great uncle, George Edwards, who was born on the same day as she was, only 100 years earlier, and served in the British navy.
The most commonly used simplified methodologies for rating mixed systems are those based upon publicly available Q(95) and SEER of the matched systems (e.g., Domanski 1989).
The difference is clear," Seers told M AIL T ODAY .
Vision--a frequent theme in Seers's work--here looms large.
Leanne and Dave Seers paid tribute to their "bubbly" and "mischievous" little girl, who died after the accident in February 2007 Katelyn, from Barrington, Somerset, was taken to Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton before being transferred to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol, where she died five days later after her condition deteriorated.
The Vedic seers teach that "Sacrifices are the actions through which we receive sustenance from the earth and by which we return equal nourishment back to her." They tell us that giving back to nature not only pleases our ancestors' spirits but helps us develop inner consciousness.
The Seers gig is pounds 5 advance, with free entry to the DJ night, but the club night alone is pounds 3/4.
The 35-year-old Aussie scored a crucial try, set up another for Matt Seers and also had a spell in the sin-bin after a bust-up with Francis Maloney.
Mother-of-three Amanda Seers, 30, was left dying in a pool of blood on the kitchen floor with a 10-and-half-inch gash in her neck.
His interest lies in how visions occur and who believes in them, as he describes two kinds of visionaries: the seers, who had visions of the Virgin Mary or saints, and the promoters, whose ideals for the future would be confirmed by the heavenly apparitions.