lathiyaa ‡ example and sentences

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Given are the examples of hindi word lathiyaa ‡ usage in english sentences. The examples of lathiyaa ‡ are provided according to its meaning(s) in english language i.e., staff, club, nightstick, cudgel, stave, baton, truncheon, goad, cue, handrail, wand, bludgeon, bar.

It has a complex organisation structure in which actual production is in the hands of several skilled artisans and marketing is done by staff at branches such as the one managed by Suhasini.

The various functions of a manager are usually discussed in the order given above, suggesting that a manager first plans, then organises, puts staff in position, then directs, and finally controls.
This is what Rajat has to say about the challenges of his job: In the capacity of the country manager the global manager has to deal with establishing his company s legal and business presence in the form of a local office or business partner, contacting and negotiating with clients, with legal bodies including lawyers and immigration authorities since the services involve having technical staff from India to be based in USA/Europe, as also with local companies offering recruitment services.
Reji s suffering shows how a hospital, due to negligence by the doctors and staff in giving anaesthesia, crippled a student for life.
A manager may come across highly committed and hardworking staff or lazy, evasive and superficial workers.
Gently but firmly he was escorted by the security staff back home to an anxious and angry mother.
The staff of Gemini Studios had a nice time hosting two hundred people of all hues and sizes of at least twenty nationalities.
The only poets from England the simple Gemini staff knew or heard of were Wordsworth and Tennyson; the more literate ones knew of Keats, Shelley and Byron; and one or two might have faintly come to know of someone by the name Eliot.
The world s first cricket club was formed in Hambledon in the1760s and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) was founded in 178 During the 1760s and 1770s it became common to pitch the ball through the air rather than roll it along the ground.
The world s first cricket club was formed in Hambledon in the 1760s and the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) was founded in 178 In 1788, the MCC published its first revision of the laws and became the guardian of cricket s regulations.
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