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(ˌkəʊɪˈnʊə) ,




(Jewellery) a very large oval Indian diamond, part of the British crown jewels since 1849, weighing 108.8 carats
[C19: from Persian Kōh-i-nūr, literally: mountain of light, from kōh mountain + Arabic nūr light]
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But the coin, to those who knew, was more solitary and splendid than the Koh-i-noor.
I have compared the silver coin to the Koh-i-noor, and in one sense it was even conventionally comparable, since by a historical accident it was at one time almost counted among the Crown jewels, or at least the Crown relics, until one of the royal princes publicly restored it to the shrine to which it was supposed to belong.
One could buy a hatful of Koh-i-Noors with the same money, no doubt.
This is with reference to the report "Pakistani petition seeks return of Koh-i-Noor diamond from Britain" (Dec.
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Top three Volume Leaders of the day included Crescent Textile Mills Limited with 551,000 shares, The Bank of Punjab Limited with 269,000 shares and Koh-i-Noor Energy Limited with 150,000 shares.
High School, Koh-i-Noor Mills and asked the candidates the problems they were facing.
The Koh-i-Noor diamond is one of the largest diamonds in the world, but what does Koh-i-Noor mean?
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Koh-i-noor (or koh-i-nur) is Persian for mountain of light.
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During its dark days of colonisation by the British, India's renowned wealth was pillaged by the East India Company, including the famed Koh-i-Noor diamond, that is now part of the British crown jewels.