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Bombay,

city in India.
Bombay blood group - red cells resembling Group O, first seen in Bombay, India.

Bombay

an uncommon breed of cat which is the result of crossing Burmese and black American Shorthairs. It has short black hair and deep copper-colored eyes.
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For the second year in a row, all three of the top artists will have the unique opportunity to create a largescale mural in each of their hometowns next spring, as part of the BOMBAY SAPPHIRE Mural Arts Project.
Reflecting on the restoration project, Global Category Director for Bombay Sapphire Ben Farlow says, "We fully respect the importance of heritage and have made every effort over the last four years to ensure Laverstoke Mill is a place that is reflective of its past, and holds the fundamental principles of creativity, integrity and beauty at its centre.
Given this context of Bombay film studies in the present, putting together a journal issue of extremely modest proportions even if fully dedicated to the subject is a difficult task indeed.
Conrad said Powell will roll out a line of Bombay items for kids in Las Vegas in January.
Bombay Sapphire is the world's fastest growing premium gin and number one premium gin by value.
Just like a clothing retailer like Anthropologic has a certain look for women's apparel, so it is for Bombay in furnishings.
The program recently earned Bombay Sapphire the Frontier Award from Frontier magazine for best marketing campaign, and will be expanded to additional flights and to include additional brands from the Bacardi USA portfolio, according to spokesperson Leslie Freibert.
19 [pounds sterling], the Bombay Sapphire cocktail pack will be available in selected supermarkets and off-licences from this month.
They ale produced in Bombay by the hundreds, and are enjoyed by a vast, often desperately poor audience.
Bombay Kids is an exciting new complement to the Bombay store,'' Gill said.
Go for the Bombay Spinach and you won't just liven up your plate.
Neeru Bajwa, a high--school drop out from Vancouver, who never felt accepted by her fellow Canadian students, packs her bags and heads for Bombay on the flimsiest promise of a screen test from a producer she has never met.