Crossword clues for thana
The Collaborative International Dictionary
alt. (osx-nom form of c=acc n=sg g=m the thē) det. (osx-nom form of c=acc n=sg g=m the thē) n. 1 An Indian military outpost. 2 A police station, or a police jurisdiction in India.
Thana (, ) means " police station" in South Asian countries, and can also mean the district controlled by a police station.
- Thana, along with upazila, is a subdistrict in the administrative geography of Bangladesh
It may also refer to:
- Thana, Kannur, Kerala, India
- Thana, Malakand, Pakistan, a village in Pukhtoon Khuwa
- Thane, Maharashtra, India
Usage examples of "thana".
If what Thana said was true—if it was true—an enormous number of things fell into place, including Thistlethwaite's scornful conviction that wealth in carynths was garbage compared with the wealth that could be had from one trading voyage to Sord Three.
He could imagine the Economic Wars on Surheil Two, after the ancestors of Thana had fled.
There Thana bustled about in what must once have been a completely electrified kitchen, now with lamps which were simply floating wicks for illumination.
You can't duply what Thana grows unless you've got something to duply it with!
He handed the knife to Thana, and fumbled in the bottom of the product hopper.
For other subsistence he had to depend on duplied repetitions of the lunch Thana had made for him.
He'd been living on duplied rations, replicas of the lunch Thana had prepared for him days ago.
But he followed, dismally, the resolute figure of Thana, silhouetted against the stars.
He explained to Thana why it had been partly pulled down, and what he wanted to carry away.
If what Thana said was trueif it was truean enormous number of things fell into place, including Thistlethwaite's scornful conviction that wealth in carynths was garbage compared with the wealth that could be had from one trading voyage to Sord Three.
Luke glanced at Communications Officer Delckis, who opened the channel Thanas indicated.
Commander Thanas had less firepower than the invaders, and 80 percent of it was concentrated in a single Carrack’-class cruiser.
Either Commander Thanas wanted to see his counterpart or— knowing the Rebels had holonet—Thanas might suspect they’d stolen other Imperial equipment.
Even the clean-lined gray walls were bare of mementos, as if Thanas had no past.
Perhaps Thanas was hostile more out of professional habit than out of real belief in the Empire, but Luke didn’t trust him yet.