As a word, Ati may refer to:
Ati people, a Negrito ethnic group in the Philippines
- Ati language, the language spoken by this people group
- Ati-Atihan Festival, an annual celebration held in the Philippines
- Ati, a queen of the fabled Land of Punt in Africa
- Ati, Chad, a town in Chad
- Ati, Iran, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Maha Ati, one of the nine subdivisions of Buddhist Tantra in the Nyingma school
Usage examples of "ati".
The Truth Machine is simultaneously fascinating, moving, and chilling.
Names, characters, places, and incidents are either a product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously.
I’ve been programmed to write in journalistic style, so don’t expect scintillating metaphors or artistic imagery.
If you’d prefer to read a composition reminiscent of Hemingway, I suggest you stick with human authors, or at least the output of a 44g PIM (parallel internal memory) computer with full literary mapping applications.
Stationed in Dallas, Texas, I have been favored with exceptional access to Randall Petersen Armstrong and David West, the two most influential people of the 21st century.
To diminish the confusion that springs from a combination of authorial omission and readers’ distortion, I will provide additional perspectives.
Also, because inflation has eroded the purchasing power of the dollar, $1,000 in the year 2000 was the equivalent of $41,500 in today’s dollars.
Hence I have prepared three charts on age, height, and inflation, which appear in the Appendix at the end of this book.
Many voters resent seeing America’s resources exploited to solve the problems of other nations and insist their leaders focus attention on problems at home, particularly the economy and violent crime.
Even now his speech often seemed more like performance than conversation.
Unknown to Carter, Reece, as a teenager, had been responsible for a string of animal mutilations and two sexual assaults on younger children.
In a Danish study involving 84 castrated criminals, only three committed sex crimes after castration—and all were nonaggressive acts.
Castration has been tested in several other countries, but never in the United States.
If Carter were ever caught violating the Act, he could never practice again.
After that we should at least be able to keep tabs on him through the probation office.