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guru

(ˈguru)
1. n. an experienced LSD user who guides someone else on a trip. Wilmer volunteered to serve as a guru, but he never showed up.
2. n. a stockbroker or other financial advisor. (Securities markets.) My guru says to sell all my bonds.
3. n. a psychiatrist; a psychotherapist. I’ve started using my mirror for a guru. It’s cheaper.
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India is also denying passport to the wife of Afzal Guru, Tabassum Guru and their lone son Ghalib Guru.
Although Guru Nanak was born in Hindu religion, in childhood itself he refused the thread ceremony.
Guru is a stunning alternative to the norm and Nikos said that weddings are also due to be held at the Paphos venue in the coming months.
Afzal Guru was accused of masterminding the attack on the Indian Parliament in December 2001, in which 14 people lost their lives.
Speaker Mubarak Gul allowed the discussion on Monday on Guru and NC-coalition alley of Congress had brought the adjournment motion over the issue along with Opposition.
While the PDP has been demanding a discussion on Guru, the BJP, Jammu & amp; Kashmir National Panthers Party and the Jammu Mukti Morcha have opposed the discussion.
A team of five key figures - including Guru Granth Sahib, the community's eternal guru - led the parade on a float wearing bright orange traditional warrior dress.
The colourful procession, known as a Nagar Kirtan, will honour Guru Nanak Dev Ji, born in 1469, and will move from the Guru Har Rai Gurdwara in High Street, West Bromwich to the Guru Nanak Gurdwara in Smethwick, starting at 2pm tomorrow.
On April 13 1699 the tenth Guru, Guru Gobind Singh Ji, called a mass gathering of Sikhs and initiated the five beloved ones (Panj Pyare) and established the Khalsa order of Saint Soldiers, bringing to fruition a way of life that had been lived by the 10 Gurus and which would be guided by the immortal message conveyed through them and installed as The Word or Shabad Guru in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji.
Present-day Sikhism, which is based on the teachings of its founder, Guru Nanak, and nine Gurus who followed him, advises worshippers to avoid superstitious behaviour, pilgrimages, statues, and 'blind' rituals.
With the click of a mouse, The MDS Guru Web-based program lets users see all the latest information about any item on the MDS form.
Soon, he's Lexi's very personal spiritual guide, and she dreams up plans to promote him as the Guru of Sex.
In Become a Recognized Authority in Your Field--in 60 Days or Less, Bly writes that "there is one marketing strategy that, if you master it, eliminates the need to do any other type of selling or marketing ever: becoming a guru.
When ordered by his guru in 1993 to leave his male lover and write a book about how his guru's divine force turned him straight, Andrew Harvey disobeyed.
This study introduces to textual scholarship a couplet attributed to Guru Har Rai in two seventeenth-century manuscripts and seven couplets and two padas attributed to Guru Tegh Bahadur in a number of early manuscripts.