- adj. Of or relating to Bengal.
- n. A native or inhabitant of Bengal.
“They were probably first called Bengalese houses, and the present name was corrupted out of the adjective.”
“The team where able to replicate a number of bird-songs, such as Bengalese finches and vireos, and were able to closely model the song of zebra finches.”
“For Burtynsky, there is nothing more beautiful or intriguing than a gaping blackened pit dug out of the earth by a mining company or the husk of a rusted ship being dismantled by a team of Bengalese children like insects on a carcass, or a Manhattan-sized factory filled with uniformed worker drones churning out 200 light fixtures a day.”
“The Bengalese to the most extend are still resented and the Biharis looked upon as unwanted and almost parasitical.”
“It is their belief that as a constituent fabric of the Indian Union like the Bengalese, Tamils, Punjabis, they can as Gorkhas from Gorkhaland serve Indian Union to their fullest capacity.”
“As he wanders about in his Bengalese clothes, Yunus is sometimes referred to as a modern Gandhi.”
“In a small Bengalese village the chickens were disappearing and so the farmer, Ajit Ghosh, stayed up at night to see what was the cause and the tale he recalled is truly horrifying!”
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“We are privileged tonight to sample and experiment with some very rare Bengalese plants that just came ashore.”
“They would spend time in Port Jackson to await the return of Gorgon from a food voyage to Bengalese Calcutta, the home of a sturdy, hardy kind of cattle.”
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