Coromandel Coast love

Coromandel Coast

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A region of southeast India bounded by the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Ghats. The coast is known for its monsoons and turbulent waters.

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  • Sometimes the temple is of small dimensions, as that at Mahavelliopore on the Coromandel Coast which is hewn out of a detached rock; the ground-plan is a quadrangle, and it rises in several stories like a pyramid built in several terraces.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • Here, finally, was the ghost who had followed him from the Coromandel Coast through the black streets of London and onto the roads at dusk, when he was far from his big houses.

    THE DIAMOND

  • Inside the palanquin, sunk on pink silk cushions, was Thomas Pitt, governor of Madras, president of the settlements on the Coromandel Coast, official of the mighty East India Company, which ruled nearly a fifth of the world.

    THE DIAMOND

  • The tiger would rule from the snowy mountains of the north to the palm-edged beaches of the south, and from the Coromandel Coast to the seas off Malabar.

    Sharpe's Tiger

  • Scholarly studies suggest that perhaps more Indians - especially from Bengal, Kerala and the Coromandel Coast (that is my region) - were brought to the Cape than Malays, so that even a majority of the Coloured people partly descended from Indians.

    SPEECH OPENING THE EXHIBIT ON "ART, CULTURE AND SOCIAL REALITY" AT THE WITS SPRING FESTIVAL, UNIVERSITY OF WITWATERSRAND

  • _ -- In the districts forming the Coromandel Coast and also

    A Handbook of Some South Indian Grasses

  • An order was issued to this effect, and the troops in Bengal were put upon the same footing as the troops on the Coromandel Coast, by whom no batta was drawn, except when actually marching or serving on the field of battle.

    The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III. From George III. to Victoria

  • Coromandel Coast, and Mr. Day found the landing so exciting that in his report to the Council at Masulipatam he wrote of 'the heavy and dangerous surf'.

    The Story of Madras

  • India, China, Arabia, Persia, Asia Minor, Africa, and the Coromandel Coast all have a common type of plant which probably first grew in the latter place and was transplanted from there to the other countries.

    Carl and the Cotton Gin

  • From very early times there existed on the Malabar and Coromandel Coast a considerable community of native Christians claiming to have received the Faith from the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

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