Word usage examples
That's a nice round number, and there's no point in spoiling things for a few riyals.
I can obtain a fund of local riyals amounting to several billion to cover all internal purchasing and palm-greasing.
Adoption of his forms by BEC as Type I Programs made him an instant millionaire, in either Earth riyals or in USF new dollars.
The Easterners in the crowd, visitors from Bangla, Oriya, Andhra, and the other far-flung areas of the kingdom, looked around in stark terror, fearing one of the awful natural calamities that plagued that part of Indiaa typhoon perhaps, or a tidal waveeven though Ayodhya was hundreds of yojanas away from any ocean.
Sanskrit, Pali, Awadhi commonspeak, Bangla, Oriya, Tamil, Kannad, Marathi, Malayali, and a half-dozen other dialects of the subcontinent.
When they fell silent, unable to name a tree, the seer supplied its name, reeling off a succession of alternatives in Sanskrit, Pali, Awadhi commonspeak, Bangla, Oriya, Tamil, Kannad, Marathi, Malayali, and a half-dozen other dialects of the subcontinent.
Back in those days the okiya and teahouses in Gion were all linked by a private telephone system, and Yoko was kept busier than almost anyone in our okiya, answering that telephone to book Hatsu-momo's engagements, sometimes for banquets or parties six months to a year in advance.
Mameha came to the okiya and took me into the reception room to tell me that the bidding for my mizuage had begun.
The fee for my mizuage was more than enough to repay all my debts to the okiya.
But all of my profits went to the okiya as well, not only then, at the time of my mizuage, but forever afterward.