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Narayan

/ nəˈraɪjən /

noun

  1. NarayanR(asipuram) K(rishnaswamy)19062001MIndianWRITING: novelist R ( asipuram ) K ( rishnaswamy ). 1906–2001, Indian novelist writing in English. His books include Swami and Friends (1938), The Man-Eater of Malgudi (1961), Under the Banyan Tree (1985), and Grandmother's Tale (1993)


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Narayan told The Daily Beast he was inspired by the link-sharing site Reddit, which often features robust discussion.

Working with his adviser Coye Cheshire, Narayan developed tldr to help users navigate the maze of comments.

Narayan stared at her, opening wide his big jet-black eyes; the Babu clicked his tongue in utter confusion.

The confoundingly easy victory of Narayan hung heavily on his mind.

Narayan alone did not stir, and fearlessly looked straight in the eyes of the frightful sorceress.

Narayan alone was like his usual self; that is to say, like a bronze Hercules, armed with a club.

Narayan was right, the cells were one straight over the other, and the floor of the one formed the ceiling of the other.

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