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Ceylon,

island situated in Indian Ocean, now known as Sri Lanka.
Ceylon cinnamon - dried inner bark of evergreen tree in laurel family, used for medicinal purposes or as a spice.
Ceylon moss - red seaweed which is a source of agar (culture medium).
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The forward-looking information includes statements about Ceylon Graphite's grids, Ceylon Graphite's plans to undertake additional drilling and to develop a mine plan, Ceylon Graphite's Mining License application and to commence establishing mining operations.
'Ceylon Today' reports (Quote): According to information received, a bag containing the above-mentioned sum of money had been handed over by Aloysius on 23 July 2015, at Wickremesinghe's personal residence located at 5th Lane, Colombo 3.: (End Quote)
Bharat Parashar, chief executive at Ceylon Graphite said: "This is another step in the right direction.
The Commercial Bank of Ceylon, Sri Lanka's fastest-growing credit card issuer, said it will offer UnionPay Gold, Platinum and Diamond Credit cards and UnionPay Gold Debit cards, at all Commercial Bank branches countrywide.
The session ended with a tasting of four fine teas: Ceylon Silver Tips, Ceylon whole green tea, First Ceylon Oolong and Brilliant Breakfast.
55, Jalan Raja Chulan, Bukit Ceylon in the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, did engage in money laundering, to wit, by receiving proceeds of unlawful activity totalling RM188,001,963.02 from account number 8550299001 belonging to Tanore Finance Corporation in Falcon Private Bank, Singapore, into AmIslamic Bank Berhad account number 2112022009694 belonging to you, thereby you have committed an offence under paragraph 4(1)(a)of the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001 [Act 613], punishable under subsection 4(1) of the same Act.
It was highlighted that particularly the younger generation is unaware of the origins of Ceylon Tea as Ceylon was renamed as Sri Lanka in 1972.
In 1948, the constituent assembly of Sri Lanka passed the Ceylon Citizenship Act which made the citizenship for Tamil as virtually impossible.
Declared objective of the agreement was that all persons of Indian origin in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) who have not been recognized either as citizens of Ceylon or as a citizen of India should become citizens either of Ceylon or of India," the Centre informed the apex court.
17 October 2017 - Canada-based, Sri Lanka-focused graphite developer Ceylon Graphite Corp.
ISLAMABAD -- The Government of Pakistan through its High Commission, has donated 17 computers and relevant equipment to re-launch and up-grade Pakistan Computer Centre at All Ceylon Young Mens' Muslim Association Conference (YMMA), at their Headquarters in Maradana, Colombo.
In honour of this milestone, Sri Lanka has launched year-long festivities celebrating its Ceylon tea industry.