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Usage examples for dak

  1. It is close to Umsning Dak Bungalow. – The Khasis by P. R. T. Gurdon
  2. The snows reminded Winn in a jolly way of Kashmir and nights spent alone on dizzy heights in a Dak bungalow. – The Dark Tower by Phyllis Bottome
  3. Dak anapta is identical with I E anapta in sound, closely similar in meaning. – The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages by Andrew Woods Williamson
  4. A. S. and Dak. – The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages by Andrew Woods Williamson
  5. As the evening came on, we passed the Mission House, and the cemetery, and the Dak bungalow and the Club, pretty nearly all there is of European interest in Bhamo, excepting the Fort, and pulled up at the Deputy- Commissioner's Bungalow. – From Edinburgh to India & Burmah by William G. Burn Murdoch
  6. Then we returned to the dak- bungalow for a very belated supper. – African Camp Fires by Stewart Edward White
  7. The journey to Umballa is made by rail and thence by " dak- gherries," a sort of covered democrat wagon, " mailtongas," a species of cart, bullock carts, army wagons and carriages of every size and description, while the luggage is brought up the hills in various kinds of conveyance, much of it on the heads of coolies, both women and men. – Modern India by William Eleroy Curtis
  8. The air was still except when broken by the hum of the large black bramra bee, as he plied his task amidst the red and orange flowers of the dak, and by the gushings of many waters that made music as they coursed down their stuccoed channels between borders of many coloured poppies and beds of various flowers. – Vikram-and-the-Vampire-Classic-Hindu-Tales-of-Adventure-Magic-and-Romance by Burton, Isabel, Lady
  9. At the first dak- bungalow, Sahib, where the mail- tonga broke down last night. – The Bronze Bell by Louis Joseph Vance
  10. As this dak bungalow was more roomy than most of the others, the new arrivals were able to find accommodation, and Heideck was not obliged, as is usual, to make way as the earlier guest for a later arrival. – The Coming Conquest of England by August Niemann
  11. The trains are conveniently arranged; they take you over from Agra in the morning and bring you back at night, which is well, because there is no hotel at Muttra, only what they call a dak bungalow, or lodging- house, provided by the municipal authorities for the shelter of travelers who have no friends to put them up. – Modern India by William Eleroy Curtis
  12. Our first Dak bungalow experience was short. – From Edinburgh to India & Burmah by William G. Burn Murdoch
  13. Except that the Dak. – The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages by Andrew Woods Williamson
  14. Kumno ba la Thoh dak U Bynai. – The Khasis by P. R. T. Gurdon
  15. If the word man were represented by a pronoun the Dak. – The Dakotan Languages, and Their Relations to Other Languages by Andrew Woods Williamson
  16. I wish you would tell me about his return, my dear; he seemed so unfit to travel when your poor father came to the hills and took him away by dak. – The Clever Woman of the Family by Charlotte M. Yonge
  17. Under plea of starting our safari boys off we left him, and crept, with shattered nerves, around the corner of the dak- bungalow. – African Camp Fires by Stewart Edward White
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