Saturday, May 28, 2011

Debacle in Tundra with Cistern

When I was in Tundra I used to spend my time reading novels.The ineffable joy of a woman becoming a mother is well documented in the literature of almost every language. The Tundra has a harsh, cold climate. Once I came across a story about a maid blamed for the stealing of the landlord's gold chain. She was solely blamed for the entire debacle. She used to stay in a village named kankurgachi. The government planned to build a huge cistern in the catchment area to harvest rain water for the nearby village. Many lexicographers also stayed in that place. A common rule of thumb among lexicographers is that a word should be spotted in at least five different sources over a period of five years.

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