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Tanga

A division of the Tajikistani ruble worth 1/100 of the ruble. Because the ruble was such a weak currency, no coins or notes for the tanga were ever printed. It was discontinued and replaced by the diram when the somoni replaced the ruble in 2000.
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The beginning of the chapter argues for the inverse relationship of these narratives: while imagery of Saint Thomas became increasingly popular during the mid to late sixteenth century, the Noli me tangere narrative began to disappear.
A solitary snowflake enacts the drama of Noli me tangere.
During a research seminar in which I participated at a recent Shakespeare Association of America conference (April 2001), a question was raised about whether Viola's embrace can be considered an allusion to Christ's tangere, since tangere would more properly be translated touch.
He was 25 when he published Noli Me Tangere, a novel that described the ills for the cancerous colonial Philippine society toward the end of the 19th century.
Focusing on the Noli me tangere, the Madonna with Eight Saints, and the Annunciation, he reveals their multivalent significance, treating the paintings as virtual figurations of theological speculation and vehicles for spiritual meditation.
I think it's Emma Goldman I've fallen for each time: a spirit that hisses: nole me tangere
Many writings about Rizal deal about his heroism, his courage, and how he had awakened the heroic spirit of his countrymen through his two novels, Noli me Tangere and El Filbusterismo.
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 The nation is commemorating today the 121st anniversary of the martyrdom of Rizal, whose famous works as such "Noli Me Tangere," "El Filibusterismo" and "Mi Ultimo Adios" are part of the required reading list in schools.
Several poems in Comme au commencement, such as the title piece and "Noli eam tangere," have appeared previously in separate volumes or in literary magazines.
From Noli me tangere pictures showing Christ leaning away from the Magdalene's hand, one sometimes gets the impression that the painter himself would not have been so coy.
He was 25 when he published 'Noli Me Tangere,' a novel that described the ills for the cancerous colonial Philippine society toward the end of the 19th century.
Rizal's two novels, Noli Me Tangere and of El Filibusterismo, have been the most translated of Rizal's work.