ti?ga example and sentences

हिंदी मे अर्थ Meaning in english उदाहरण Usage and Example of ti?ga

Given are the examples of hindi word ti?ga usage in english sentences. The examples of ti?ga are provided according to its meaning(s) in english language i.e., vulgar, coarse, crude, yokelish, impossible, ill bred, rude, barbarous, unparliamentary, abrupt, rough, discourteous, uncouth, underbred, lowbred, unmannered, impolite, ill mannered, uncivil, ungracious, bad mannered, bounderish, indelicate, indecorous, uncourteous, unmannerly, brusque.

t is nearly impossible to design a test that can be applied equally meaningfully in all cultures.

The Saliya weavers of Thanjavur and the nearby town of Uraiyur are busy producing cloth for flags to be used in the temple festival, fine cottons for the king and nobility and coarse cotton for the masses.
Even if the ruling party or the government does not like what the Commission does, it is virtually impossible for it to remove the CEC.
Moreover, as the procurement is concentrated in a few prosperous regions (Punjab, Haryana, Western Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and to a lesser extent in West Bengal) and mainly of two crops wheat and rice increase in MSP has induced farmers, particularly in surplus states, to divert land from production of coarse grains, which is the staple food of the poor, to the production of rice and wheat.
The change from metallic to non-metallic character is not abrupt as shown by the thick zig-zag line in Figureure The elements (e.g., silicon, germanium, arsenic, antimony and tellurium) bordering this line and running diagonally across the Periodic Table show properties that are characteristic of both metals and nonmetals.
For his brief life and an even briefer stay in Madras, Robert Clive seems to have done a lot of moving, besides figurehting some impossible battles in remote corners of India and marrying a maiden in St.
Now, these are used for transporting crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas from oil and natural gas fields to refineries, fertilizer factories and big thermal power plants.
Nor did the textile manufacturers in Britain produce the very coarse cloths used by the poor people in India.
All of this raised the premium on skill and reduced the influence of rough ground and brute force.
It is practically impossible for producers and traders to contact each and every customer.
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