Bengalese


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Ben·gal

 (bĕn-gôl′, bĕng-, bĕn′gəl, bĕng′-)
A region of eastern India and Bangladesh. It was a province of India until 1947, when the eastern part became East Pakistan, and later (1971) Bangladesh, and the western section was included in independent India.

Ben′ga·lese′ (bĕn′gə-lēz′, -lēs′, bĕng′-) adj. & n.
Translations

Bengalese

nBengale m, → Bengalin f
adjbengalisch
References in classic literature ?
He had enlisted in the Bengalese Corps of Engineers, and distinguished himself in several affairs; but this soldier's life had not exactly suited him; caring but little for command, he had not been fond of obeying.
Simon is after a more pervasive practice than simply verbal and written translation; what fascinates her, and recommends her book, is the translation of literary genres, intellectual categories, and sensibilities, as when the novel and the sonnet are introduced into Bengalese literature or psychoanalysis into Italy through Habsburg Trieste.
Chapter 3 proves thought provoking as Makalani considers how in 1922 McKay and Huiswoud shaped a Black International communism by working with Katayama, Bengalese M.
For the male Bengalese finch, this rigorous training programme begins around the age of 40 days and is completed about day 90, just as he becomes sexually mature and ready to use his song to woo females.
For the male Bengalese finch, this rigorous training process begins around the age of 40 days and is completed about day 90, just as he becomes sexually mature and ready to use his song to woo females.
The Sydney Herald observed in March 1837 that Bengalese labourers being recruited for Mauritius would make excellent shepherds in New South Wales but, if their superstitions proved 'invincible', Chinese could be procured.
Young Boys supporters burn Bengalese fires during last season's Champions League clash against Stuttgart
The Bengalese study [9] also noted similar clustering of TG with glycemia variables.
reached the Tunisian border center, among them Egyptian, Bengalese, including
AFP reported that 24 flights from Djerba Zarzis international airport were organized, carrying 2500 Bengalese, 2000 Ghanes and 700 from Mali to their countries.