hvaana example and sentences

हिंदी मे अर्थ Meaning in english उदाहरण

Given are the examples of hindi word hvaana usage in english sentences. The examples of hvaana are provided according to its meaning(s) in english language i.e., summon, invoke, call upon, hail, bring up, call on, ask, bring in, have in, invite, call in, call out, shout, describe, call, court, hail, shout, summon, exclaim, call, yelling, yowl, howl, hollering, vociferation, yell, shout, cry, outcry, hue and cry, furore, babel, hullabaloo, uproar, din, hubbub, shindy, broil, challenge, brave, whoop, dare, fighting words.

These tests measure general creative thinking abilities like ability to think of a variety of ideas on a given topic/ situation, alternative ways of looking at things, problems or situations, to guess causes and consequences, to think of unusual ideas to improve and to use common objects, ask unusual questions and so on.


The more recent theories representing information-processing approaches, e.g. Sternberg s triarchic theory and Das s PASS model describe the processes underlying intelligent behaviour.
But the basic questions of the study of macroeconomics would remain the same and you will find that these are actually the broad economic questions that concern all citizens Will the prices as a whole rise or come down? Is the employment condition of the country as a whole, or of some sectors of the economy, getting better or is it worsening? What would be reasonable indicators to show that the economy is better or worse? What steps, if any, can the State take, or the people ask for, in order to improve the state of the economy? These are the kind of questions that make us think about the health of the country s economy as a whole.
These economic functions of the state have to be taken into account when we want to describe the economy of the country.
Living in the world we do not always ask historical questions about what we see around us.
But most of us have our moments of wonder, when we are curious, and we ask questions that actually are historical.
Watching someone sip a cup of tea at a roadside tea stall you may wonder when did people begin to drink tea or coffee? Looking out of the window of a train you may ask yourself when were railways built and how did people travel long distances before the age of railways? Reading the newspaper in the morning you may be curious to know how people got to hear about things before newspapers began to be printed.
Medieval was a term used to describe a society where these features of modern society did not exist.
Can we uncritically accept this characterisation of the modern period to describe the period of our study? As you will see in this book, under British rule people did not have equality, freedom or liberty.
The collage you see below contains some news clippings of consumer court verdicts.
संबंधित शब्दह्वान के पर्यायवाची