Bengalee


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Ben`gal´ee


prop. n.1.The language spoken in Bengal.
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That gentleman would not let the Bengalee rest until he had executed his promise of having a home for Amelia and his father.
Awami League Joint General Secretary Abdur Rahman Thursday said that Father of Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman was born to free the Bengalee nation from the clutches and subjugation of British and Pakistani regimes, reports BSS.
The house turned museum has over the years 'become an embodiment of the greatness of the Bengalee nation...The house has become an enduring symbol of love and and admiration people feel for Bangabandhu, and a place where they can renew their commitment to the nation.' Indeed, the house museum had plenty of visitors of all ages that Bangladesh New Year.
To celebrate womanhood and raise awareness about women in agarbathi industry, All India Agarbathi Manufacturers Association donated 5 ft agarbathi to The Bengalee Association known to conduct Bengaluru's oldest and largest Durga Puja celebrations since 1949.
"That in sub-rule (1) of rule 29, after the word "English" in line 2, the words "or Bengalee", be inserted." ("CAP Debates Vol.
"We've to preserve those, and publicise those for the future generation." Hasina said this should be done so that no one of the Bengalee nation could forget the tradition and culture of the country.
Zhang, "Lack of association of IL-6 (-174 G>C) and TNF-[alpha] (-238 G>A) variants with paranoid schizophrenia in Indian Bengalee population," Cytokine, vol.
Overweight and obesity among Adult Bengalee Hindu women of Kolkata, India.
Southern Blue-eye Pseudomugil signifer has been recorded in the Shoalhaven River 15 km upriver from Bomaderry Creek at the mouth of Bengalee Creek (Murphy pers.
Effect of body posture on handgrip strength in adult Bengalee population.
Gangopadhyay, "Blood pressure and waist circumference: an empirical study of the effects of waist circumference on blood pressure among Bengalee male jute mill workers of Belur, West Bengal, India," Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science, vol.
Connections among skin-color, moral qualities, and redeemability "elide" in such analyses (330): '"What the horns are to the buffalo, what the paw is to the tiger, what the sting is to the bee, what beauty is [...] to woman, deceit is to the Bengalee'" (248).