almirah

almirah

(ælˈmaɪrə)
n
a large Indian cupboard or cabinet, often of carved wood
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A teacher, Mohammed Umar Sadhayo, told the police that the wooden almirah, in which the record and educational material were kept locked, was found burnt to ashes when he arrived on duty on Monday morning.
KARACHI -- Almirah Spring Summer 2018 Lawn collection launched at Dolmen Mall Clifton.
After barging into the office on January 23, they started searching all boxes and almirah. Later, they tried to break the almirah," the officer added.
KARACHI -- U & I Garments, one of Pakistan's largest manufacture and exporters of men's, ladies and children's garments has announced to establish its stores in USA, UK and UAE under the brand name of Almirah.
The high- tension wire fell on the bus, which came in contact with a metal almirah kept on the bus and electrocuted the passengers.