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shroff

(ʃrɒf)
n
1. (Banking & Finance) (in China, Japan, etc, esp formerly) an expert employed to separate counterfeit money or base coin from the genuine
2. (Banking & Finance) (in India) a moneychanger or banker
vb
(Banking & Finance) (tr) to test (money) and separate out the counterfeit and base
[C17: from Portuguese xarrafo, from Hindi sarrāf moneychanger, from Arabic]

shroff


Past participle: shroffed
Gerund: shroffing

Imperative
shroff
shroff
Present
I shroff
you shroff
he/she/it shroffs
we shroff
you shroff
they shroff
Preterite
I shroffed
you shroffed
he/she/it shroffed
we shroffed
you shroffed
they shroffed
Present Continuous
I am shroffing
you are shroffing
he/she/it is shroffing
we are shroffing
you are shroffing
they are shroffing
Present Perfect
I have shroffed
you have shroffed
he/she/it has shroffed
we have shroffed
you have shroffed
they have shroffed
Past Continuous
I was shroffing
you were shroffing
he/she/it was shroffing
we were shroffing
you were shroffing
they were shroffing
Past Perfect
I had shroffed
you had shroffed
he/she/it had shroffed
we had shroffed
you had shroffed
they had shroffed
Future
I will shroff
you will shroff
he/she/it will shroff
we will shroff
you will shroff
they will shroff
Future Perfect
I will have shroffed
you will have shroffed
he/she/it will have shroffed
we will have shroffed
you will have shroffed
they will have shroffed
Future Continuous
I will be shroffing
you will be shroffing
he/she/it will be shroffing
we will be shroffing
you will be shroffing
they will be shroffing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been shroffing
you have been shroffing
he/she/it has been shroffing
we have been shroffing
you have been shroffing
they have been shroffing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been shroffing
you will have been shroffing
he/she/it will have been shroffing
we will have been shroffing
you will have been shroffing
they will have been shroffing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been shroffing
you had been shroffing
he/she/it had been shroffing
we had been shroffing
you had been shroffing
they had been shroffing
Conditional
I would shroff
you would shroff
he/she/it would shroff
we would shroff
you would shroff
they would shroff
Past Conditional
I would have shroffed
you would have shroffed
he/she/it would have shroffed
we would have shroffed
you would have shroffed
they would have shroffed
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Poonam Bhagat Shroffs new Mumbai house is a showcase for artistic talent in India today, reflecting the organic development of architecture and art collection.
Even before her marriage Mrs Bhagat Shroff had begun collecting contemporary works for a future home.
Erecting the sculpture was a major job, recalls Mrs Bhagat Shroff. 'It was a surreal experience, and felt like something from Ancient Egypt.
This left very little wall space--much to the initial delight of Mr Shroff, who hoped that his wife's spending on art would thereby be curtailed.
The skill of forming a meaningful collection was not new to Mrs Bhagat Shroff, whose parents had been collecting Indian art ever since the 1960s.
Mrs Bhagat Shroff started collecting independently after she returned to India in 1991 from the Wharton business school, University of Pennsylvania.
Marriage threw something of a spanner in the works, as Mr Shroff was not at all appreciative of art.
In commissioning works for her new house, Mrs Bhagat Shroff turned immediately to Subodh Gupta, then already becoming a superstar on the international art scene for his use of everyday objects in the creation of masterful sculptures that reflect the social and economic transformation of contemporary India.
Drawing on conversations with Mrs Bhagat Shroff about her philosophy of life, spiritual values and artistic and cultural passions, he created Between Heaven and Earth, which consists of 21 dimly-lit marble temples housing everything from banal everyday objects to images of deities covered in gold (Fig.
One floor up, artist duo Jiten Thukral and Sumir Tagra have used Mrs Bhagat Shroff's love of mid-20th-century design as the inspiration for a convex work painted with floating transistor radios such as those that sit on the Art Deco and modernist furniture which she has inherited.
Interestingly, not many know that filmmaker Ghai, who had launched Jackie as a leading man in Hero , had given the Shroffs a token amount of Rs 500 as a signing fee for Tiger when he was born, promising he would one day launch the boy in Bollywood.
TIGER Shroff, the 19- year- old son of actor Jackie Shroff, has rubbished rumours that he will be making his Bollywood debut in Subhash Ghai's Hero 2, in an interview to Men's Health magazine.