tokcha, kovak, taxmontokchaga joylashtirmoq
Noun(1) a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it(2) a small concavity(3) an enclosure that is set back or indented(4) (ecology, affecting its survival as a species
(1) Once Kipling got his Nobel, he was kicked upstairs to the more respectable niche of assistant editor, as per the Pioneer apocrypha.(2) In 1549, Jafar founded Kudus Mosque and fastened the rock in its mihrab, a niche in the mosque wall facing Mecca.(3) Some early humans may have started eating meat as a way to survive within their own ecological niche .(4) Travis have enjoyed a comfortable and rewarding niche as an ECM Kings of Leon or an ESP-Disk Boyzone for some time now.(5) At the same time, the various oral communities that live on the body are highly dependent on the environmental conditions that normally prevail within each niche .(6) Such Pagans are not receptive to challenges to their comfortable niche in their spirituality.(7) Travis, like Coldplay, have found a comfortable niche in the rock stratosphere as a friendlier and less challenging Radiohead.(8) Lou lives in the near future and has found a niche for himself within a group of autistic people who analyze data for a company, looking for patterns that the company can use in its business.(9) Thanks to a dramatic jump in available varieties suitable for our growing niche , we're no longer the forgotten stepchild of the fruit-gardening world.(10) Each of the major billing vendors has tried to carve out a niche within the cable industry.(11) This commitment to seeing the job done is Peter's niche , he adds.(12) At the next level, the select wine offerings going for $4.95 per glass, Little Penguin has found a comfortable niche .(13) The dominant feature of the playroom is a periwinkle blue storage wall that contains cabinets, drawers, a display niche , and a long, narrow counter.(14) The ecological role and niche of coiled cephalopods can be studied by considering the common morphological characters of these fossils.(15) After they turned down gate-storming a few times they found that comfortable niche just outside TRL but still in spitting distance of GQ.(16) It reminds one of those commemorative busts associated with Caesar's and Augustus's Rome, or of a statue made for a niche in a European manor house.
(1) niche market :: tokcha bozor
1. recess ::
2. ideal position ::
3. corner ::
Different Formsniche, niches
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