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rkyang rkyong - mind crude/ uncultivated, nature of not wanting to work [IW]

rkyang nge rkyong nge - mind crude/ uncultivated, nature of not wanting to work [IW]

gyang gyong - untamed, uncultivated, crude [IW]

gyang nge gyong nge - untamed, uncultivated, crude [IW]

gle - small uncultivated island, grove [JV]

rgod po - 1) vulture. 2) capable, able, good at, quick, clever & talented. 3) wild, untamed, uncultivated. 4) vulture [RY]

rgod po - 1) able to remember various thoughts, quick/clever and talented; 2) wild, untamed, uncultivated; 3) capable, able, good at; 4) vulture [IW]

bsgom med - nonmeditation; without meditating. 2) uncultivated, unfabricated [RY]

bsgom med chu bo’i rgyun gyi ting nge ‘dzin - the continuous stream of uncultivated samadhi [RY]

tha rgod - 1) uncultivated wild ground; 2) wild, savage, mischievous, bad, improper, vulgar, unprincipled; 3) bad, worst, least; 4) obtuse, rounded off [IW]

tha rgod - 1) uncultivated wild ground [Sa zhing tha rgod]; 2) wild, savage, mischevous, bad, improper, vulagar, unprincipled [Sems rgyud tha rgod,…Spyod pa tha rgod]; 3) bad, worst, least [Gnas mal tha rgod,…Lto gos tha rgod]; 4) obtuse, rounded off [IW]

thang ther - virgin/ uncultivated land [IW]

nag gi zhing - bower, uncultivated field D [IW]

nag gi zhing - bower, uncultivated field [JV]

nag gi zhing - uncultivated field [RY]

'bras sa lu - an uncultivated unplanted grain having excellent taste [IW]

'brog - highland pasture, solitude, wilderness, uncultivated land, summer pasture for cattle in the mountains [JV]

'brog - highland pasture, highlands [where dairy farmers are, as opposed to {zhing pa} who cultivate crops; high and away from cultivated lands, nomad’s camps, solitude, wilderness, uncultivated land). highland pasture, highlands (dairy farmers, as opposed to zhing pa, who cultivate crops] [IW]

'brog - highland pasture, dairy farmers, highlands, nomad’s camps, solitude, wilderness, uncultivated land; highland [RY]

ma sgoms - uncultivated [RY]

ma bsgom - uncultivated, unmade [RY]

ma bsgom - uncultivated, do not meditate! [IW]

ma bsgoms snags rgyas chos lnga - the five qualities of uncultivated buddhahood; {btags grol}, {reg grol}, {myong grol}, {mthong grol}, {thos grol} [IW]

ma bsgoms snags rgyas chos lnga - the five qualities of uncultivated buddhahood [IW]

ma bsgoms pa’i sems - uncultivated mind, unrefined mentality/ frame of mind [IW]

ma bsgoms pa’i sems - uncultivated mind, unrefined mentality / frame of mind [RY]

ma bsgoms tshangs rgya - {ma bsgoms tshangs rgya’i gdams pa} instructions for uncultivated enlightenment / buddhahood without meditation [RY]

ma bsgoms sangs rgyas - uncultivated buddhahood [RY]

ma bsgoms sangs rgyas chos lnga - the five qualities of uncultivated buddhahood, {btags grol}, {reg grol}, {myong grol}, {mthong grol}, {thos grol} [RY]

ma drangs - crude, uncultivated, disciplined, tamed [IW]

ma rmos - needs no toil, uncultivated. See {rmos pa} [RY]

ma rmos - needs no toil, uncultivated [IW]

ma rmos kyang skye ba’i lo tog - uncultivated crops [JV]

ma rmos pa’i lo tog - 1) maize, ka ‘dzoms te a kind of grain; 2) grain planted w/o plowing s’ lu, the grain which needs no toil, uncultivated crops [IW]

ma rmos pa’i lo tog - the grain which needs no toil [uncultivated crops [RY]

mi rgod po - 1) mi ‘jon po’am grung po; 2) savage, wild, uncultivated/ uncivilized person) [IW]

mi bsgom - nonmeditation; uncultivated [RY]

mi rungs pa - rough, wild, uncultivated, rude [JV]

mi bsrun pa - rough, wild, uncultivated, rude [JV]

zhing rgod - rough & uncultivated field [JV]

zhing yan - ownerless uncultivated field [IW]

zhing yan bdag med gyi nang du rtsva ngan gyis khengs pa - ownerless uncultivated field filled w weeds [IW]

sa rgod - uncultivated/ wild/ waste/ virgin place/ land [IW]

sa rgod rmo - plow/ cultivate/ reclaim [uncultivated/ wild/ waste/ virgin place/ land] [IW]

sa rgod rmo ba - plow/ cultivate/ reclaim [uncultivated/ wild/ waste/ virgin place/ land] [IW]

sa rgod slog - plow/ cultivate [uncultivated/ wild/ waste/ virgin place/ land] [IW]

sa rgod slog pa - plow/ cultivate [uncultivated/ wild/ waste/ virgin place/ land] [IW]

The government has tried to assimilate the Kurdish people for years, oppressing them, banning publications in Kurdish, persecuting those who speak Kurdish, forcibly deporting people from fertile parts of Kurdistan for uncultivated areas of Anatolia where many have perished. The prisons are full of non-combatants, intellectuals are shot, hanged or exiled to remote places. Three million Kurds, demand to live in freedom and peace in their own country.
—  Nuri Dersimi, 1937

anonymous said:

So when were you gonna tell Amber you're already married to cereal? You can't hide it! I see the wedding ring around that Cocoa Puff!

first off they’re cocoa bumpers you uncultivated yard stick

second off we have an understanding u3u

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Age of Apocalypse was a nineties event that plunged the X-titles into a darker universe - one where Charles died in Israel, and Apocalypse took over the world. Magneto and his X-Men did their best to combat him, and they did win that struggle eventually - but at a very high price.

Jean Grey was Magneto’s first recruit after his own children. Eventually, they were joined by Storm, Iceman, Colossus, and finally Weapon X. With no mentors to guide her, Jean’s telepathy was raw and uncultivated, leaving her mind open to all the strife around her. 

She still managed to break through Logan’s berserker rage. This connection would ultimately lead to a deep, desperate romance.

While the X-Mens’ first mission - defending Cape Citadel from Apocalypse’s Horseman - was a success, they lost Scarlet Witch in an attack on their own base. This was only the first in a long line of sacrifices. 

Years later, in another mission, Jean was captured by Prelate Scott Summers - and the X-Men didn’t save her. It was up to Weapon X to rescue her from Apocalypse’s camps. (Scott, seeing Jean’s dedication to her ideals, had a change of heart himself - but he never got the chance to help her escape. Instead, he lost an eye and Logan lost a hand.) 

He and Jean left the X-Men - but not before Jean assured Magneto that she understood his choice, and that she forgave him. They ended up working for the Human High Council in Europe. They were ruthlessly efficient operatives - but when the Council planned to hit North America with a nuclear strike, Jean left to warn all the innocents still there.

Jean may have been worn and hardened by the dystopia her world became, but she never quite lost that fierce, dogged compassion. 

She’s captured in the process - but Scott does help her escape, this time, and works with her to free the prisoners. Jean does her best to shield them all from the bombs, but she’s cut down by Havok in the process. 

And yet, somehow, everyone was saved anyway. HMMM.

(No, this was not the end of her story, and yes, there will be a second post.)

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