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Sacrifice: kay utai nellotu karumpu amaittu, making the tender rice with sugarcane katti arici aval amaittu, making the tough flat rice Mystic: vay utai maraiyavar mantirattal by the sacred chants of the eloquents, manmatane!
Utai, who now plays for Samoa, bagged a brace in the Bulldogs' Grand Final victory over the Sydney Roosters in 2004.
New Zealand, are without their Bradford contingent andmust also cope without NRL Grand Final heroes Benji Marshall and Dene Halatau, Sonny Bill Williams, Matt Utai and Jason Cayless.
The performance is accompanied by a chorus (ji utai) of six to ten actors and a musical band (hayashi) comprised of a flautist and two or three drummers.
Canterbury include 10 members of their Grand Final- winning team in their squad but are without four internationals through injury - Mark O'Meley, Willie Mason, Matt Utai and Andrew Ryan.
Let me first give Tieken's correspondences for poems 140-49: 140 cel kola maakkal alintu pu 141 celku kol kili katiiyar kat naal kai naata patu 142 pu kili katiyum kat panat arintanalo pu 143 utaiyan uriyatu malai icai ankalul natan pattalan 144 cenranal uriyatu malai nanre ventalai pirivil natte patutalum 145 utaitte tuyir makkal kan panal ana ciru 146 pirintorppunarppor makkal nanru ventalai utai tantu 147 pirintore tuyil kanave anna ankalul mayir tantoy 148 kanavo anna 149 onku alito nitu tara kai ciru pun nillave
Golden, and Utai Pitaktong, 1994, A Neural Network Method for Obtaining Early Warning of Insurer Insolvency, Journal of Risk and Insurance, 61:402-424.
The application of the term for this work [Ohju], however, refers not to the utai [vocal music of the noh actors and chorus] of noh, but rather to the vocal cries of the drummers [kakegoe]; sounds which range from high to low and that strike deep into the hearts of the listeners.
One day we came to a very large Buddhist temple in the country, a temple westerners rarely see but one frequented by the Thai people: Wat Chantaram in Utai Thani.