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dabba

(ˈdæbə)
n
(Cookery) (in Indian cookery) a round metal box used to transport hot food, either from home or from a restaurant, to a person's place of work
[C20: from Hindi: lunchbox]
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Saina will be directed by Amol Gupte, who has helmed Stanley Ka Dabba and Hawa Hawaai.
Amol Gupte's recent released film "Hawaa Hawaai" has not received as good reviews as his previous film "Stanley Ka Dabba," but the film is worth a watch.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Speaker of the People's Assembly Mohammad Jihad al-Laham announced on Thursday that Ziad Adnan Hakawati, Ahmad Ali Qsei'eh, Mohammad Mohammad Nassr Mahmoud, Ali Hassan al-Hassan, Ahmad Omar Dabba and Mahmoud Naji Moussa have registered to stand in the upcoming presidential election in Syria.
Instances of dabba trading have surfaced in Mumbai, Indore, Rajkot and Delhi and Kolkata.
Sources said that some unknown persons opened fire killing a man near Dabba More in Orangi Town here, while the accused easily managed to escape from the scene.
When someone is hungry and waiting for their dabba, technology isn't going to help.
Dans une declaration a Shems fm, Leila Ben Dabba a assure qu'elle a fait l'objet d'une [beaucoup moins que] atteinte aux moeurs [beaucoup plus grand que] de la part d'une personne de Kairouan.
Fadel Dabba, 30, displayed a 1973 Volkswagen Beetle his father purchased secondhand in Israel in the 70s and which is still driven by his brother.
Tsutsui mingles suburban and magic realism in "The Dabba Dabba Tree" about a type of cedar that causes people to have erotic dreams.
put paleolithic cuisine on the map--declared, "Yabba dabba doo
put paleolithic cuisine on the map, "Yabba dabba doo
Either that, or your act is so bad she's muddled you up with a singing Swedish caveman and given you an Abba Dabba Do.