Bushire


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Bushire

(bjuːˈʃaɪə)
n
(Placename) a port in SW Iran, on the Persian Gulf; nuclear power station. Pop: 166 000 (2005 est). Persian name: Bushehr
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LAHORE: This photograph offers a general view of the Bushire Residency and surrounding buildings, looking across a paved area.
RAMBLING MONKLANDS RAMBLERS The Hughes and McHugh support covered the cost of the Monklands Ramblers bushire to Patterdale in the Lake District.
Next, according to the expose, he proceeded under various guises to Muscat (Oman) and to Bushire (Iran), where again he affected "affluent circumstances." This time, he paraded as "an American Jew named Moritz Jackson"--the same last name that Cora subsequently used when she immigrated to America.
The latest installment in the new edition of the encyclopedia contains articles on such matters as the Iranian Persian Gulf port city of Bushire, Ottoman author Beyani (d.
The enhanced catalogue records will allow them to find relevant files from both the Bushire Residency and the Bahrain Agency collections.
"Sharjah was the choice of the Imperial Airways when it decided to come to the Arab side instead of using the airport in Bushire in Iran.
Bilby, Kangaroo, Emu, Platypus, Wombat and Koala face the immediate dangers of a bushire and its aftermath.
From Muscat Cox was sent, again on Curzon's insistence, to Bushire in the Persian Gulf as Acting Political Resident.
He first presents case studies of political bargaining in the cities of Bushire, Shiraz, and Isfahan before thematically examining the political roles and activities of women, soldiers, the urban poor, and slaves.
Moreover, the only Iranian reactor currently about to become operative, the reactor in Bushire (also known as Bushehr), was started before the Iranian revolution with U.S.
Operations were coordinated from Bushire on the Persian coast, and sons of the local rulers were sent to the School of Princes in India to be brought up in Western ways.
They also agreed to set up a commission to examine building another one, and Russia said that for the next 10 years it would provide fuel for the reactor at Bushire in southern Iran." The pact was completed during a fourday visit to Teheran by Aleksandr Rumyantsev, Russia's atomic energy minister.