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bident sentence in Hindi

"bident" meaning in Hindi  bident in a sentence  

Examples

  1. Pluto, with Cerberus at his side, is shown holding the bident in the mythological ceiling mural painted by Raphael's workshop for the Villa Farnesina ( the " Loggia di Psiche, " 1517 18 ).
  2. Perhaps influenced by this work, Agostino Carracci had depicted Pluto with a bident in a preparatory drawing for his painting " Pluto " ( 1592 ), in which the god holds instead alchemical allegory, it is Neptune who holds the bident.
  3. Perhaps influenced by this work, Agostino Carracci had depicted Pluto with a bident in a preparatory drawing for his painting " Pluto " ( 1592 ), in which the god holds instead alchemical allegory, it is Neptune who holds the bident.
  4. He continued his training at Memorial Hospital ( later called Memorial Sloan-Kettering ), the University of Texas Medical School in Galveston, Texas, and the Pasteur Institute in Paris bident, he remained vice president of the board at Strang Center until 2001.
  5. Bident and trident tamgas are known from the 8th and 9th centuries in the Khazar world in the details of belt garnitures ( Podgorovsky tumulus ), in the form of graffiti on the stone blocks and bricks of fortresses ( Sarkel, Mayatsky, Semikarakorsky, and Khumarian settlements ), and in the form of pottery stamps on vessels ( Dmitrievsky tumulus ).
  6. Later images of the trident ( " tryzub " ) among the Rurikids resemble more a bident or the letter " #  ", which also in the modern Cyrillic alphabet denotes the sound " u " as in " Ukraine " ( though the Cyrillic alphabet at the time did not have such a letter, using the digraph Ot / x or its monogram J?instead ).
  7. As was already said above, the  coats of arms of Rus knyazes were personal symbols, not passing on to descendants, but, as with the symbols of the Bosporan Kingdom, having one basis in the form of a bident, to which every ruler added ( or from which they removed ) elements in the form of various sorts of  offshoots, curls, etc.
  8. The later notion that the ruler of the underworld wielded a trident or bident can perhaps be traced to a line in the " dirae ) ", just as in the Greek tradition, " Plouton " is sometimes identified as a " chthonic Zeus . " That the trident and bident might be somewhat interchangeable is suggested by a Byzantine scholiast, who mentions Poseidon being armed with a bident.
  9. The later notion that the ruler of the underworld wielded a trident or bident can perhaps be traced to a line in the " dirae ) ", just as in the Greek tradition, " Plouton " is sometimes identified as a " chthonic Zeus . " That the trident and bident might be somewhat interchangeable is suggested by a Byzantine scholiast, who mentions Poseidon being armed with a bident.
  10. The later notion that the ruler of the underworld wielded a trident or bident can perhaps be traced to a line in the " dirae ) ", just as in the Greek tradition, " Plouton " is sometimes identified as a " chthonic Zeus . " That the trident and bident might be somewhat interchangeable is suggested by a Byzantine scholiast, who mentions Poseidon being armed with a bident.
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