- n a blanket that is used as a cloak or shawl
- n extremely large pelagic tropical ray that feeds on plankton and small fishes; usually harmless but its size make it dangerous if harpooned
- Instead, all the creatures inside can be found in local waters, including the world's largest fish, the whale shark, and the largest ray, the manta.
- But she bumps into an improbable ally: a giant manta ray that seems as interested in preserving the seamount as she is.
- All year round, large numbers of manta rays live in the clear waters off Yap Detour In pre-1949 China, Shanghai gangsters sometimes rubbed shoulders with Chiang Kai-shek at .
- Navjot Singh Sidhu in International Reporter
Main court ke har faisle ko bhagwan ka faisla manta hoon (I consider the court's judgement as God's judgement),Sidhu said.
- Rafael Correa in Bloomberg
Mai manta hun ki hindustan ke musalmanon ko kaafi mushkilat ka samna karna padta hai, kuch samay terrorist ke naam par Muslim navjawanon ko pareshan bi kiya jata hai (I agree that Indian Muslims face a lot of difficulties, sometimes in the name of... Manmohan Singh http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manmohan_Singh&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH6ZyRkwy1bOgMraS9dZn9q9TYvkg Times of India http://www.google.com/url?q=http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Muslims-are-harassed-in-name-of-terror-PM-/articleshow/4386718.cms&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFaZttNfkW5iHI7mV08c0-p9M7gsw Apr 10, 2009
61179 81613 manta I already pulled out the yellow card," said Correa, using a soccer term for a serious warning. "If they don't comply with the Manta Port concession, they'll simply have to leave the country."