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Koh-i-noor

(ˌkəʊɪˈnʊə) ,

Kohinor

or

Kohinur

n
(Jewellery) a very large oval Indian diamond, part of the British crown jewels since 1849, weighing 108.8 carats
[C19: from Persian Kōh-i-nūr, literally: mountain of light, from kōh mountain + Arabic nūr light]
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Nizam Uddin, Kohinur Islam, Kazi Belayet Hossain and Hafez Harun-Or-Roshid attended.
Kohinur 4.55 Beverley SP forecast 4-7 There was plenty to like about her belated debut second at Newmarket's July course in a maiden that's worked out well.
Kohinur is Newmarket-based trainer Hugo Palmer's only runner on the card and the hint should be taken.
Kohinur is Newmarketbased trainer Hugo Palmer's only runner on the card and the hint should be taken.
Kohinur actually met Ouja again at Kempton in early August and was a warm order to confirm her superiority, but was ultimately wellbeaten in third and perhaps the slow pace and switch to the all-weather did not see her to best effect.