Category: DEFAULT



Categories: DEFAULT

9 Replies to “ Gange ”

  1. Gange synonyms, Gange pronunciation, Gange translation, English dictionary definition of Gange. v. t. 1. To protect by winding it with wire. 2. To attach to a line or snell, as by knotting the line around the shank of the hook. Webster's Revised.
  2. dank, weed, grass, trees, get it yet? South West English term to mean have a look at something, used the same way as the word Butchers, as in lets have a butchers.
  3. gange: [noun - uncountable] marijuana. You got any gange? See more words with the same meaning: marijuana.
  4. Ganges River, Hindi Ganga, great river of the plains of the northern Indian marabelficepmo.selfrobigeralighnonontisovati.cogh officially as well as popularly called the Ganga in Hindi and in other Indian languages, internationally it is known by its conventional name, the Ganges. From time immemorial it has been the holy river of most of its course it is a wide and sluggish stream, flowing through one of the.
  5. Gange, al cărui curs a fost pe direcția sud-vest până în acest punct, acum începe să curgă pe direcția sud-est, prin câmpiile din nordul Indiei. El urmează un curs de km care trece prin orașul Kanpur înainte de a se vărsa în el Yamuna la Sangam în Allahabad (un loc sfânt în hinduism).Cotă la izvor: m m.d.m.
  6. Ganges definition, a river flowing SE from the Himalayas in N India into the Bay of Bengal: sacred to Hindus. 1, miles (2, km) long. See more.
  7. gang 1 (găng) n. 1. A group of criminals or hoodlums who band together for mutual protection and profit. 2. A group of adolescents who band together, especially a group of delinquents. 3. Informal A group of people who associate regularly on a social basis: The whole gang from the office went to a clambake. 4. A group of laborers organized together on.
  8. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.
  9. Background to the Model. Robert Gagne (–) was an educational psychologist who pioneered the science of instruction in the s. His book "The Conditions of Learning," first published in , identified the mental conditions that are necessary for effective learning.