Mara

[torrent] The Mara is an 8 km Italian stream (or torrente) of Insubria, which runs through the Italian Province of Como and the Swiss Canton Ticino. It rises on the slopes of Monte Sighignola and enters Lake Lugano at Maroggia. Despite the small size of its drainage basin the river is able to provide a source of hydro-electricity through a
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mara

Latin, meaning: marl [an earth rich in CaC, added to lime-deficient soils].
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MARA

abbreviation: Military Activity Restricted Area
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mara

[n] - god of death 2. [n] - hare-like rodent of the pampas of Argentina
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Mara

In Buddhism, a supernatural being who attempted to distract the Buddha from the meditations that led to his enlightenment. He embodies all distractions from the Buddhist path. In Hinduism, it is a...
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Mara

Ma'ra noun [ Sanskrit māra .] (Hind. Myth.) The principal or ruling evil spirit. E. Arnold.
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Mara

Ma'ra noun [ Icelandic mara nightmare, an ogress. See Nightmare .] (Norse Myth.) A female demon who torments people in sleep by crouching on their chests or stomachs, or by causing terrifying visions.
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Mara

Ma'ra noun (Zoology) The Patagonian cavy ( Dolichotis Patagonicus ).
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mara

A female demon who torments people in sleep by crouching on their chests or stomachs, or by causing terrifying visions. ... Origin: Icel. Mara nightmare, an ogress. See Nightmare. ... The principal or ruling evil spirit. ... Origin: Skr. Mara. ... <zoology> The Patagonian cavy (Dolichotis Patagonicus) ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 M
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mara

Dolichotis patagonum noun hare-like rodent of the pampas of Argentina
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Mara

noun god of death; opposite of Kama
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Mara

• (n.) The Patagonian cavy (Dolichotis Patagonicus). • (n.) A female demon who torments people in sleep by crouching on their chests or stomachs, or by causing terrifying visions. • (n.) The principal or ruling evil spirit.
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mara

either of two South American rodents in the genus Dolichotis of the cavy family, the Patagonian mara (D. patagonum) or the Chacoan mara (D. ... [1 related articles]
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Mara

town in Oman, on the Gulf of Oman coast, just west of Muscat. Mara has traditionally been the country`s chief commercial centre and port. Port Qbs, ...
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Mara

Mara is a Hebrew girl name. The meaning of the name is `Bitter Sea ` Where is it used? The name Mara is mainly used In Hungarian.How do they say it elsewhere? Máirín ( In Irish) Mary ( In English and In the bible) See also In Welsh, Finnish and In Hungarian: Mari In Welsh: Mair In Spanish: María In Scottish: Màiri In Russian: Marya In Russia
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Mara

[Hindu goddess] Mara is a Hindu goddess of death.{Dubious|Without reference to scripture or practice, there seems to be no evidence that worship of such a being exists|date=January 2009} In Hinduism, Mara brings death (Mrtyu) in the same way that Kama brings love and intimacy. On their own, neither is important, but act more as attributes t
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Mara

[Doctor Who] The Mara is a fictional monster in the long-running British science fiction television series, Doctor Who. It is a being of pure hatred, anger and greed, and requires the fear of its victims to survive. It exists in the minds of its victims and can transmit itself telepathically, although it can also physically manifest as a gi
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Mara

Mara is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Mara

[mammal] There are two species of maras recognised, the Patagonian Mara (Dolichotis patagonum), and the Chacoan Mara (Dolichotis salinicola). ==Physical description== Maras have stocky bodies, three sharp-clawed digits on the hind feet, and four digits of the forefeet. Maras have been described as resembling long-legged rabbits. Patagonian
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Mara

[demon] Mara (Sanskrit, also Māra; Tibetan Wylie: bdud; မာရ်နတ်), in Buddhism, is the demon that tempted Gautama Buddha by trying to seduce him with the vision of beautiful women who, in various legends, are often said to be Mara`s daughters. In Buddhist cosmology, Mara personifies unwholesome impulses, unskillfulness, the "d
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mara

  1. god of death; opposite of Kama
  2. hare-like rodent of the pampas of Argentina

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Mara

Mara (mâr'u) [Heb.,=bitter], in the Bible, punning name taken by Naomi out of sorrow.
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Mara

The mara is one of two species of rodents, genus Dolichotis of the guinea- pig family, occurring in Argentina, with long back limbs and a short tail. They can grow to 75 centimetres long and are sometimes known as ' Patagonian cavies' or 'hares'.
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Mara

In Hindu mythology, Mara is a goddess of death.
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Mara

In Buddhism, the Mara is a supernatural being who tried to distract Buddha from the meditations which led to his enlightenment.
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