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PALIPennsylvania Association of Licensed Investigators (est. 1997)
PALIPacific and Asian Linguistics Institute (University of Hawaii; Honolulu, HI)
PALIPolish American Leadership Initiative (Chicago, IL)
PALIPride Alliance of Long Island (New York)
PALIPartido Neoliberal (Spanish: New Liberal Party, Nicaragua)
PALIProcurement Annex Line Item
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Johns & Pali Road, Pali Naka, Bandra West, (022) 2645 9775
The WNO aims to make Wagner Dream more authentic, so Wagner and his friends will speak and sing in German while the Buddhist characters will sing in Pali.
Musthafa Jaffeer speaking at the inauguration ceremony thanked the Government of Austria and the University of Vienna for their cooperation in setting up the Buddhist and Pali Studies at one of the greatest centers of learning.
Though this book concerns mainly with the Theravada and Pali canon, it is a great source of knowledge on Buddhism in general.
Considering Pali hires professional stunt men (the head stunt trainer recently finished work in "Ocean's Thirteen") and accomplished chefs to teach their trades, it is an expensive operation to run (there also are the costs of renting 19 horses and an assortment of ATVs, motorcycles, pontoons, motorboats, jet skis, reverse bungee trampolines and musical instruments).
This book also includes five appendices of Buddhist primary texts in translation, a useful bibliography, and a glossary of Pali and Sanskrit words.
A few months later--about the time Pali Momi was breaking ground--Davi began taking a hard look at Kapiolani and his own career.
Kevin Fisher was Co-Head of US Cash Equities at Pali Capital, where he spent 12 years and previously was at Cantor Fitzgerald.
Location: Office of assistant comm cgst division d pali
Minoru Hara's article ("A Note on vinaya") is a word study of the term vinaya in Pali and classical Sanskrit texts beyond its meaning of 'monastic discipline', providing a great variety of examples from Indian literature.
Chapter 2 (Comparison of the Gandhari, Pali, Chinese, Tibetan and Sanskrit Versions [pp.
It isn't tourist-bureau hyperbole to refer to Kauai's Na Pali as ``the forbidden coast.