gursh

gursh

(ɡɜːʃ)
n
(Currencies) a unit of currency in Saudi Arabia, 20 of which make up a riyal
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Gursh Atwal, owner of the Thomas James Hotel - known as TJ's - is spending thousands of pounds transforming empty shop fronts and cellars into a bar and restaurant.
Business owners from Bath Street, Leamington, (from left) Murat Seyfi, of Ace Catering, Gursh Atwal, of TJ's Bar, Theresa Fryer, of Birk and Nagra Chemist, Antonia Fletcher, of Akito Flowers, and Bud Dhinjan, of Jepherson Builders, are calling on Severn Trent to fix the overflowing drains.
Gursh Kundan as a Director and Secretary/Treasurer of the Company.
The group attending the tour, organised by builders Carillion, included teenage radio presenter Shaun Baxter, astrophysicist and actor David Ault and Bhangra expert Gursh Chana.
Gursh Atwal, owner of the Thomas James Hotel - known as TJ's - is spending thousands on transforming empty shop fronts and cellars into a bar and restaurant.
Gursh Kundan, Vice President of Corporate Development for WhatsOnline.
Gursh Chana is enthusiastic about the city's music and arts heritage and regularly takes his two children, aged 12 and 10, to learn about history.
Office executive Gursh Hayer, of Chillaton Road, Whitmore Park, Coventry, spent pounds 106 on two jackets, a tracksuit and a coat.
Gursh Kundan, Vice President of Corporate Development for American Alliance states, "The opportunity of working with one of the top publishing companies in the world is indeed an honor.
The bhangra dance workshops have been organised through a partnership between Soho House Museum and Mini Mela Events, a company set up by SRB6 board member and local historian Gursh Chana.
Gursh and Balbinder Suree were in the queue with their nine-month-old granddaughter Tegan Lily, who lives in Kentmere Close, Potters Green, Coventry.
Gursh Kundan as Vice President of Corporate Development and expanded its IT base with the recent addition of Mr.