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Bombay,

city in India.
Bombay blood group - red cells resembling Group O, first seen in Bombay, India.
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A significant indication of the complexification of the cultural matrix articulating contemporary Bombay cinema is provided by artist Atul Dodiya's recently produced suite of fourteen paintings where he paints the signboards for fourteen stations of the Bombay local train network with cameos of fourteen villains of his liking from all eras of Bombay film history.
Bombay Sapphire is the world's fastest growing premium gin and number one premium gin by value.
Her father David (born about 1857) was an engine driver for the GIP (Great Indian Peninsular) Railway on the prestigious and, at that time, well paid sector between Bombay and Poona.
I had an errand to run first which meant I could not get out of Bombay before noon and Bombay is infamous for unruly traffic, especially at the 'naka's.
Bombay Rayon also purchased a number of Staubli TOPMATIC beam knotting machines.
Electing to bat first, Bombay Boyz scored 39 runs in their allotted four overs.
Bombay Sapphire gin has achieved a consistently strong rate of growth in value over the last five years, and this has continued to improve in 2009 with a compound annual growth rate of 12.0 percent, according to IWSR.
In connecting to the Bombay Stock Exchange, Thomson Reuters is building on the launch of hosting sites in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Singapore announced earlier this year.
The Bombay Dyeing polyester plant said to have been sold to RIL was central to the bitter rivalry between the two families since 1980's.
Elmer) Sabins of Massena; five sons, Fred and Hallie Sabins of Fort Covington, Tim and Kathy Sabins of Bombay, David and Nina Sabins of Brazil, Todd and Roxanne of Wellsville, and Mark and Christine Sabins of Bombay; three daughters, Karen and Michael Schomacker of Clinton, Mass., Kelly and Wil Recore of Brasher Falls and Sherry Sabins and Martha Dray of Danvers, Mass.; three brothers and sisters-in-law, George and Joan Sabins of Norwich, Conn., James and Cheryl Sabins of South Colton and Hank and Theresa Sabins of Bombay; 23 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Hollands, a former executive with Bombay Company when it was a retailer, was tapped last month to lead the brand to its new life as a licensed collection.
While most denizens of the Indian city still call it Bombay, activist Raj Thackeray was incensed that the pic didn't use the newer moniker.