English to Hindi Dictionary alabama


a state in the southeastern US, on the Gulf of Mexico; population 4,661,900 (est. 2008); capital, Montgomery; statehood, Dec. 14, 1819 (22). Visited by Spanish explorers in the mid 16th century and later settled by the French, it passed to Britain in 1763 and to the US in 1783.
translation of 'alabama'
A blunt but affable 'Alabaman' , Moorer was a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and saw combat as a naval aviator early in World War II and participated in the postwar Strategic Bombing Survey.
Coastal 'Alabamans' are battening down and stocking up, trying not to think about Hurricane Frederick.
But the vast majority of Christians have reacted to such inappropriate pronouncements with the same indifference with which 'Alabamans' treated Riley's theological arguments.
And, you know, he had a distinguished record as a Marine officer, graduate of Auburn University, proud 'Alabaman' , proud American.
Now black 'Alabamans' were actually breaking the laws.
Between 1976 and 1981, more than 150 black 'Alabaman' traditional midwives, including Mrs. Smith, lost their permits to practice.
They are all over the state and 'Alabamans' have always been this way.
From the wall peered down a portrait of former Justice Hugo Black, a native 'Alabaman' and one of Arlen's inspirations.
It could only happen if most 'Alabamans' stayed home on election day.
He protects Key Largo Hammocks State Botanical Site, where an 'Alabaman' once chainsawed his way to the nation's largest crabwood tree.
In February, when Traylor had been painting less than a year, these 'Alabamans' were impressed enough by his work to present it to the public.
In 2000, he became a founding member of 'Alabamans' for Constitutional Reform.
Riley has openly promoted the tax reform to 'Alabamans' as justified by religion, saying, ‘According to our Christian ethics, we're supposed to love God, love each other and help take care of the poor.’
The Australians have put their own spin on Waltzing Matilda while the 'Alabamans' have done the same with a local song.
I used to find it comforting that almost half of 'Alabamans' vote Democratic.
I mean, can a Texan / Virginian really admit to owning fewer books than a Mississippian / 'Alabaman' ?
Or for every dollar 'Alabamans' sent to Washington, they received back $1.64.
A southern 'Alabaman' of Dutch ancestry, Weber is the picture of Disney pluck and Bible-belt grit as she takes us from first diagnosis to the aftermath of death.
There's a tradeoff here - 'Alabamans' pay the lowest state taxes in the nation, but they also rank near the bottom in quality of education.
But no, it's just a few thousand crazed 'Alabaman' girls hoping that if they scream and sing along loud enough, Mr. Mayer will realize that they could be the inspiration for the sequel to ‘Your Body Is A Wonderland.’
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