Definition of Workship. Meaning of Workship. Synonyms of Workship

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Definition of Workship

Workship
Workship Work"ship, n. Workmanship. [R.]

Meaning of Workship from wikipedia

- Amay Yay Yin (Burmese: အမေရေယာဉ်; lit. "mother of the stream of soft water underground", also known as Yayin Kadaw) is a prominent Burmese nat. She is...
- Lord Malligarjuna Swamy Temple also referred as Kondarangi Hills which is situated in Kondarangi Keeranur, which has a bolt upright setup and resembles...
- Matasovic, Ranko (2007). "Insular Celtic as a Language Area". Papers from the Workship within the Framework of the XIII International Congress of Celtic Studies...
- found in Bihar, Jharkhand, East UP and Some parts of West Bengal. They workship lord shani dev,come under OBC cl**** ( EBC sub-cl**** ). They claim to belong...
- people. Every year a grand festival is organised by the village origin to workship the Muniyandi. People who are part of this village residing all over Tamil...
- Matasovic, Ranko (2007). "Insular Celtic as a Language Area". Papers from the Workship within the Framework of the XIII International Congress of Celtic Studies...
- Vegakkollai is a small village panchayat in Panruti (Taluk) of Cuddalore district in Tamil Nadu. Vegakkollai is located 14.9 km distance from its Taluk...
- supported him in this movement. As a human being no one have power to refuse workship of god. Acting on this basis of human being he started his movement. Finally...
- Maitree, Kirti, MuktiColour(s)Blue, Green, Orange, YellowSloganWork is WorkshipSongDAV AnthemAthletics100m Race, 200m Race, 400m Race, Long Jump, High...
- Hildegard L.C. 2007, The Celtic Languages in Contact. Bonn: Papers from the Workship within the Framework of the XIII International Congress of Celtic Studies...
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