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1. Area (क्षेत्र) :: Alternatively smoke from burning moxa can be wafted over the painful area of the body using a smoke box
2. Bail (जमानत) :: drawers fitted with brass bail handles
3. Bicycle (साइकल) :: As a kid I bicycled all the time but I left bicycling for many years says the 61yearold Congressman
4. Diamond (हीरा) :: Its body rocked slightly with the force of the faerys movement its black marbled eyes boring into Peter with all the intensity of a diamond tipped drill
5. Down (तल) :: Mr Rogers said last spring he stopped an attempt by the council to chop the tree down and believed it was now safe
6. Fork (काँटा) :: For now though its just an oncoming fork in the road nothing I can do about it as the entire process is entirely out of my hands
7. Gear (गियर) :: The hard briefcase will help protect your personal gear but its normally heavier and cumbersome
8. Horseshoe (नाल) :: A horseshoe bend on the Palmer River offered a flat and beautiful campsite
9. Novice (साईट) :: Similarly a young novice entered St Martins cell and was puzzled not to find him there
10. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
11. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
12. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
13. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
14. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
15. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
16. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
17. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
18. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
19. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
20. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
21. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
22. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
23. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
24. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
25. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
26. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
27. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
28. Pawn (मोहरा) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
29. Runner (धावक) :: a marathon runner
30. Shoot (गोली) :: Players will speed through tracks that twist turn loop corkscrew shoot upward drop off dead end and more
 

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