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Desi Nangi Photo
- Nangis is a commune in the Seine-et-Marne department in the Ile-de-France region in north-central France.
- Desorption electrospray ionization (DESI) is an ambient ionization technique that can be used in mass spectrometry for chemical analysis. It is an atmospheric pressure ion source that ionizes gases, liquids and solids in open air under conditions.
- Local; indigenous
- Unadulterated or pure
- Rustic; unsophisticated
- Desi (????, ???? , ????, ????, ????, ????????) or Deshi (????, ????, ????) refers to the peoples, cultures, and products of South Asia - and subsequent to "Partition", the wider South Asia (i.e Indian Subcontinent).This ethnonym belongs in the endonymic category (i.e. it is a self-appellation).
- Defence Systems and Equipment International (DSEi) is a defence and security equipment exhibition held every two years in London Docklands, which draws thousands of visitors, both trade and military.
desi nangi photo - Chronique latine
Chronique latine de Guillaume de Nangis de 1113 à 1300: avec les continuations de cette chronique de 1300 à 1368 (Latin Edition)
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Good bye, Nangi
Posing for a photograph while descending down from Nangi. The rocks are being removed to make path wide enough for a vehicle ride.
The Nangi Team
Krishna sir with me and Basanta Dai. However, Kishan sir and Boj sir were not available for photograph.
desi nangi photo
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