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Transforming World Mind Inertia (GM7)
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Letter of Recommendation: The Oxford English Dictionary
A dvandva is a compound word made up of two equivalent components, e.g. ''bittersweet'' or ''prince-consort''; it is Sanskrit in origin.
The Politics of Knowledge And Caste
The author of Mahabhashya uses the example of samana-brahman to illustrate an antagonistic compound— samahaar dvandva —and remarks that the opposition of the two was eternal— yesham cha virodhah shashvatika. * [Uma Chakravarti, The Social ...

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