Synonyms for atin or Related words with atin

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Examples of "atin"
"Atin-em" ("He washed himself/He is clean": "atin" "to wash oneself")
Atin Bandyopadhyay or Atin Banerjee, (; anglicised spelling of surname: Banerjee) is a writer of Bengali literature. He was born in 1934 in Dhaka.
Awiting Sariling Atin.. This is her second Album in all Filipino composition.
Years pass on Ketki works as a school teacher and also brought up her son. Nirmal (Vinod Mehra) co-employ of Ketki, who is a very good friend of her and takes care of Munna as his own son who is craving for his father's love. Now Kamal Nain Singh decides to make remarriage of Ketki with Nirmal. And there Atin & Veena's marriage life also disturbed since Veena is a spencer and ultra modern woman, Atin does not like her attitude and not able to bear her expenses. At the same time, Veena's friend Vikram (Umrani) traps her and make her give divorce to Atin after that Vikram cheats her which leads her suicide. After the death of Veena, Atin realizes his mistake he goes back to the village to meet his wife & son, but his father doesn't allow him inside the house. A good-intentioned Nirmal helps bring about a reunion between Atin, Ketki and their son.
On Graftikaar, Darman and Atin are infiltrating a city on Graftikaar. In the city they discover ARC trooper Sull, a previously believed to be missing. Darman and Atin capture him and bring him back to the camp, where A’Den releases Sull. Darman then goes to Sull’s apartment where he is assaulted by clone covert operations troopers.
They released their first studio album in 6 years, entitled "Three Minutes of Glory". The songs "Daan-Daang Dahilan", "Ayon sa Kanya", and "Atin-Atin Lang" from this album are staples at their live performances. As of 2011, the band frequently tours the Philippines and Asia most recently as part of the San Miguel Red Horse Beer Muziklaban events.
Atin Singh (Jeetendra) son of Raja Kamal Nain Singh (Utpal Dutt) who is a Zamindar just for the name doesn't have any property. Atin works as sales manager for an automobile company in Bombay where he falls in love with girl Veena (Asha Sachdev), daughter of a multimillionaire Mr.Chowdary (Om Shivpuri). Kamal Nain Singh wants to make his daughter Vasna's (Ruhi) marriage in a rich house, for the dowry he fixes Athin's marriage with another rich man's daughter Ketki (Shabana Azmi). In the beginning, Atin doesn't agree but with his father's pressure, he had to forcibly marry Kelty who is a soft, delightful woman who has lot of respect towards elders.
11. Ishtikutum written in 1989 (A part of novel Balidan by Atin Bandyopadhyay), staged by Krantikal 1990, Direction: Self, published in Shudhu Theatre 1991
In these productions he performed as "Rahimuddin" in "Chenda Tar", "Atin" in "Char Adhyay", "Binod" in "Ulukhagra", "Tapan" in "Putul Khela", "Dr. Purnendu Guha" in "Dashachakra", "Oidipaus" in "Raja Oidipaus".
Cpt. Nicanor E Faeldon the heart and brain of "Kalayaan Atin Ito" a youth lead activity who went to Spratlys to assert Philippines sovereign rights over its waters at West Philippine Sea.
Others say it came from the words "atin muna", signifying a policy, unity of feeling and sentiments among the residents that bolster their spirit in the fight against their enemies during that time.
After the marriage, he comes back to Bombay, convinces Veena that he get the divorce from his wife and remarry her. Atin goes back to the village to take divorce from Ketki, on that night both of them sexually assaults with each other accidentally. Next Day he insists Ketki to give him the divorce, she agrees and signs on the papers. Atin successfully reaches Veena with divorce papers, both of them decide to marry, but her father doesn't agree for it and compulsorily she has to leave the house and marries Atin. Ketki continued to stay with her husband's parents and besides looking after them which makes Kamal Nain Singh to realize. After few days, Ketki becomes pregnant and gives birth to a baby boy Munna (Master Inderjeet).
His other works that are now taught in schools all over the Philippines are 'Ang Magsasaka' (The Farmer), 'Pangarap sa Bagong Kasal' (Dream For The Newly-Weds), 'Mahalin Ang Atin' (Love Our Own), 'Ang Tulisan' (The Bandit) and 'Ang Labindalawang Kuba' (The Twelve Hunchbacks).
The Sinukwan Festival relives the Kapampangan spirit with a week-long calendar of cultural revivals capped by a grand street-dance parade in the streets of San Fernando, with towns outdoing each other to the tune of “Atin Cu Pung Singsing.” Organized annually by the Save Pampanga Movement, the festival memorializes Aring Sinukwan, god of the ancient Kapampangans.
Noted Pulitzer Award winning writer Richard Ford of USA inaugurated the fair. The Hon’ble chief minister of West Bengal, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee was the chief guest while the guest of honour was the noted author Atin Bandyopadhyay. The special guest was the ambassador of USA to India, Timothy J. Roemer.
At 1960 Ganbari went to Watlo instrument making school in France to develop his skills; Atin Watlo was a famous specialist in striking instruments at his time. Russian violist David Ousterag visited the workshop, and Ibrahim Ganbari asked Walto if he could let Ousterag play his violin; his opinion was:
"Dexterity" is a 1947 jazz composition by saxophonist Charlie Parker, which has become a jazz standard. It has since been covered by artists such as the Art Ensemble of Chicago for the album "Message to Our Folks" in 1969, Roy Hargrove for "Parker's Mood") and Alex Riel for the album "Riel Atin'").
[lzz] Northeast, Rize, Kemer, Atin, Artasen, Vitse, Arkab, Hopa, and Sarp; Artvin, Sakarya, Kocaeli, and Bolu provinces. 20,000 in Turkey (Salminen 2007). Population total all countries: 22,000. Ethnic population: 92,000 (1980). Status: 6b (Threatened). Alternate Names: Chan, Chanuri, Chanzan, Laze, Zan Dialects: None known. Officially considered a single language with Mingrelian [xmf], called, Zan, although not mutually inherently intelligible. Classification: Kartvelian, Zan Comments: Muslim.
Artin Jelow (also Atin Jilao) is a village in Badakhshan Province in north-eastern Afghanistan. It is roughly 16 miles southeast of Rustak. There is a bridge over the Kokcha River there. In the 1970s, the village population were primarily Tajiks.
Nihar Ranjan Gupta, Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay, Kamal Kumar Majumdar, Sunil Gangopadhyay, Nabaneeta Dev Sen, Syed Mustafa Siraj, Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay, Samaresh Basu, Atin Bandyopadhyay, Sandipan Chattopadhyay, Shakti Chattopadhyay, Mahasweta Devi, Moti Nandi, Bimal Kar, Narayan Gangopadhyay, Shankar, Suchitra Bhattacharya, Bani Basu, Buddhadeb Guha, Abdul Jabbar, Amar Mitra, Satyajit Ray and others.