bundobust

bundobust

(ˈbʌndəbʌst)
n
a variant spelling of bandobust
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Having quickly established itself in both Leeds and Manchester, Bundobust opened onBold Streetto open to the public on Friday, May 24.
Bundobust The Indian street food and craft beer restaurant opened at the end of last month.
| bundobust.com THAIKHUN Founded in Manchester in 2013, Thaikhun now has restaurants across the UK serving dishes straight from the recipes of street food vendors in Bangkok.
Commissioner of police, Anjani Kumar, said, elaborate arrangements, including bundobust, are made for the upcoming Ramzan month.
Then, for a laid-back bite to eat and to escape the chill, try the legendary Indian street food place Bundobust. Or sample fine cheese and wine at the Ham & Friends food hall.
That's why I headed to Leeds to try the critically acclaimed Bundobust.
For the fear of the government's administrative bundobust and for the fear of getting in the harm's way at the hands of the charging hordes of Imran or Qadri, they in all probability would not come out of their homes to savour the bounties of the day.
Last year, on a visit to Melbourne, my host Saju Koshy mentioned to me how he once saw the then Prime Minister Julia Gillard freely mixing with the people without any security bundobust.
" We are aware of the security threat to Bajrangi as well as other prisoners and there is total bundobust every time they are brought out of their barracks," Thakur said.
He has more bundobust [know-how and capability] than most men" (195).