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1. Area (رقبہ) :: Alternatively smoke from burning moxa can be wafted over the painful area of the body using a smoke box
2. Bail (ضمانت) :: drawers fitted with brass bail handles
3. Bicycle (سائیکل) :: As a kid I bicycled all the time but I left bicycling for many years says the 61yearold Congressman
4. Crease (کریج) :: After arriving at the batting crease on the fourth evening he made a cautious start scoring only six runs off his first 35 balls
5. Diamond (ہیرے) :: Its body rocked slightly with the force of the faerys movement its black marbled eyes boring into Peter with all the intensity of a diamond tipped drill
6. Down (نیچے) :: Mr Rogers said last spring he stopped an attempt by the council to chop the tree down and believed it was now safe
7. Filly (بچھیڑی) :: Nearly all of the top runners sired by Kris were fillies and mares and Harrison said the late stallions legacy would be left on the breed through his daughters
8. Fork (کانٹا) :: For now though its just an oncoming fork in the road nothing I can do about it as the entire process is entirely out of my hands
9. Gear (گیئر) :: The hard briefcase will help protect your personal gear but its normally heavier and cumbersome
10. Horseshoe (گھوڑے کی نال) :: A horseshoe bend on the Palmer River offered a flat and beautiful campsite
11. Horsewhip (چابک) :: All I suggest is that she be horsewhipped for putting a full stop wrongly outside a bracket
12. Horsewoman (میں Horsewoman) :: TJ has also organized a group of horsewomen who meet semiregularly for trail rides competitions and social activities called the Yee Ha Sisterhood
13. Horsey (Horsey لوگ) :: We laugh horsily as Lindsey Lohan creeps past with a small entourage and avoids anyones eyes lest she is oh horror of all horrors recognized
14. Midfield (مڈفیلڈ) :: Far from being an entertaining contest it was one that the defences and midfields dominated
15. Novice (نوسکھئیے) :: Similarly a young novice entered St Martins cell and was puzzled not to find him there
16. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
17. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
18. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
19. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
20. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
21. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
22. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
23. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
24. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
25. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
26. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
27. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
28. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
29. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
30. Pawn (موہری) :: They were no longer willing to be pawns in the game of power being played out between the Indian and Pakistani governments or indeed the militants
 

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