Anglo-Asian

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Anglo-Asian

[ˈæŋgləʊˈeɪʃn]
A. ADJangloasiático
B. Nangloasiático/a m/f
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com)-- Newly-launched Anglo-Asian dessert company, Sweet Karma, has been named as a finalist in a prestigious national food awards within a month of its launch.
Now we're getting Jadoo, an Anglo-Asian drama set in the East Midlands' heartland, where writer-director Amit Gupta has also based this food-related wedding comedy on his own family's restaurant history.
Mr Ghai, 74, of Gosforth, president of the Anglo-Asian Friendship Society which was involved in a campaign to recognise the use of funeral pyres, said: "We are absolutely overjoyed to see Shivani in Eastenders.
SIAHAF has specifically sought to invest in British real estate, leveraging its Anglo-Asian ties.
In the course of his surveillance, he meets Alayna (Adi Bielski), a young Anglo-Asian woman from a group of fanatics, who he believes he can save from committing heinous crimes.
Unfortunately this far-from-original plot is delivered at a plodding pace, and a major disappointment about this overlong show is that, apart from a passing reference to travelling around the country in a beaten-up van, it doesn't really convey anything about what being in a band during this period of rapidly evolving Anglo-Asian music actually felt like.
Adding to popular GBPC varieties like Steak & Kidney, Lamb & Mint and award-winning Steak, Mushroom & Ale, Glendale now adds spicy, exotic Chicken Balti, tweaking a successful formula to introduce a unique Anglo-Asian flavour.
Her most famous film so far is Bend It Like Beckham, the story of an Anglo-Asian girl's passion for football which remains the highest grossing British-financed and distributed film ever at the UK box-office and the film that made a star out of Keira Knightley.
Her most famous film so far, Bend It Like Beckham, about an Anglo-Asian girl's passion for football remains the highest grossing British-financed and distributed film ever at the UK box-office and the film that made a star of Keira Knightley.
Mr Ghai, the founder of the Anglo-Asian Friendship Society (AAFS), seeks a permit for an open-air cremation site in a remote part of Northumberland.
Mr Ghai, a founder of the Anglo-Asian Friendship Society, was refused a permit for the open-air cremation of a 31-year-old Indian man in Northumberland in 2006.

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