koches in a sentence
1. According to this hypothesis, in 1648 several koches of Semyon Dezhnyov's expedition came ashore in Alaska by storm and founded this settlement.
2. Other groups include the Hajongs, the Biates, the Koches and related Rajbongshis, the Boros, Dimasa, Kuki, Lakhar, Tiwa (Lalung), Karbi, Rabha and Nepali.
3. During the next year it was learned from captives that two koches had been wrecked and their survivors killed by the natives.
4. Two other koches were lost in a way that is not recorded.
5. The koches were traditionally built shell-first, with overlapping planks, following the once-widespread Northern European clinker shipbuilding tradition.
6. the Koches from 1509.
7. Srednekolymsk was at the head of navigation by seagoing koches, in forested country for good fur trapping and on the overland route to the Indigirka River.
8. In the north the Tephoos, who immigrated from what is now known as India are a distinct community of the Hindu Koches and are found in the north of Bhutan.
9. In July 1649 he followed Dezhnev with 2 koches and 30 men.
10. It is believed that the famous goddess Mahamaya was traditionally worshipped by the local people of Parvatjowar like Kacharies, Koches and Naths.
11. Sukhampha realizing danger from the Koches made an alliance with the Koch king and after this successful alliance the king performed Me Dam Me Phi in his capital.
12. Tantra Brahmin writers, after converting the Mech kings into Hinduism, named them as Koch as they had admitted Koches to caste Hindu.
13. Continuing easterly, SR 685 passes a few homes amid the unincorporated community of Modoc, where it also intersects Koches Road.
14. He has also directed two of the films, one on Tim Koches (Vietnam War) and one on Michael Blackwell (Iraq War).
15. In June 1647 he sailed down the river to the Arctic with 50 men in four koches but they were forced to turn back due to thick ice.
16. The hill region is mostly inhabited by the Garos, while in the foothills there are Hajongs and Koches.
17. Koches are a Tibeto-Burman ethno-linguistic group of Assam and Meghalaya.
18. Koches are a trans-border community, like the Garos and the Khasis.
19. Koches want to preserve language and culture and heritage.
20. According to Yogini Tantra, Koches were called as Kuvacha.
21. Koches are a trans-border community, like the Garos and the Khasis.
22. Many however trace this etymological relation to the dynasties prior to that of the Koches.
23. The food consumed and the diet pattern is similar to all the Koches of Assam, West Bengal, Nepal, Bangladesh, Meghalaya.
24. The Banai is a sub-tribe of the Koches, a tribe of India.
25. Eminent linguist G.A. Grierson noted the six sections of the Koches of Garo Hills as being: Harigaya, Satparia, Dasgaya or Banai, Chapra, Wanang and Tintekiya.
26. He believed them to be only pure Koches in existence.
27. B.C. Allen recorded three divisions of the Koches of Garo Hills, being Dasgaya, Harigaya and Anang.
28. The Anthropological Survey of India survey of the state of Meghalaya included the "Banai" as a sub-tribe of Koches of Meghalaya.
29. S.N. Koch, who championed the cause of the Koches for their inclusion in the Scheduled Tribe list of Meghalaya states about the divisions of the Koches as follows.
30. According to this hypothesis, in 1648 several koches of Semyon Dezhnyov's expedition came ashore in Alaska by storm and founded this settlement.
- Semyon Dezhnyov's
- Nikolai Daurkin
- the Kheuveren River
- Koyuk River
- St. Gabriel
- M. S. Gvozdev
- I. Fyodorov
- August 21, 1732
- A. F. Shestakov
- Dmitry Pavlutsky
- Vitus Bering
- Russian Navy
- St. Peter
- Between 1774 and 1800
- Nootka Sound
- Bucareli Sound
- mid-19th century
- New Archangel
- Baranof Island
- $7.2 million
- Tsar Alexander II
- the Russian Empire
- Grand Duke
- March 30, 1867
- Six months later
- Fort Sitka
- October 18, 1867
- a legal holiday
- October 18
- first decade
- the early 1910s
- Yukon Territory