Origin of manas
OTHER WORDS FROM manasma·nas·ic [muh-nas-ik], /məˈnæs ɪk/, adjective
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How to use manas in a sentence
Most locals think that the U.S. is looking for a back-up option to Manas in Kyrgyzstan, and that may well be the case.
With chaos descending on her land, there is only one real question to be asked: Will the U.S. and NATO continue to use Manas?
Opposition leaders have long said they would eject Western forces from the base at Manas, as Russia desires.Russia's New Push for Power|Judith Miller, Doug Schoen|April 19, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Human evolution develops the mental principle, Manas; Super-human evolution develops the spiritual body, Buddhi.Reincarnation|Th. Pascal
“Mind (or soul, manas) was created from the non-existent”, adds a priestly commentator.Indian Myth and Legend|Donald Alexander Mackenzie
He looked quite younga different manas he bade her good-bye; his shoulders were no longer stooping, his head was erect.Wee Wifie|Rosa Nouchette Carey
The terrible lesson of Urumtsi was not without its effect upon the resolute but despairing garrison of Manas.
But they are hurrying up reinforcements, and 20,000 fresh troops had reached Manas some weeks ago.