- From the word root Aab which means water. (Wiktionary)
“Of situations, where an ageing woman gradually yields to psychosis, with her husband, keeping watch, slipping into Alzheimer's ( "Arnab").”
“Christian Menegatti is the head of global research, Nouriel Roubini is the chairman and Arnab Das is the managing director of market research and strategy.”
“Ds, according to founder and chief executive Arnab Gupta .”
“The worst area of the market is PC-related, and Broadcom doesn't have high exposure to PCs," Roth Capital analyst Arnab Chanda said.”
“Their adversaries in Syria used the derogatory slogan that Hafiz was Assad [Lion in Arabic] in Lubnan [Lebanon in Arabic] and Arnab [Rabbit in Arabic] in the Golan...”
“There is a whole class of things that couldn't be done five years ago," says Opera CEO Arnab Gupta , who just landed an $84 million venture investment from investors including Accel-KKR and Silver Lake Sumeru.”
“Arnab, one of the site's founders, told us over e-mail that it's not just aimed at the diaspora, they hope to attract people who still live on the sub-continent as well, and encourage a multiplicity of views.”
“Arnab said that if an investor is confident of his knowledge, he should seek an adviser who can be trusted.”
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