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paratha

(pəˈrɑːtə)
n
(Cookery) (in Indian cookery) a flat unleavened bread, resembling a small nan bread, that is fried on a griddle
[from Hindi parāthā]
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Parata Systems, a company involved in pharmacy automation, announced yesterday that it has named Rocco Volpe as its new chief operating officer.
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