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“Not that I don't understand the impulse behind it, I guess, but I'd be just as likely or unlikely, really to attend a memorial service for the kitchen staff at the Taj, or the rickshaw-wallah, or any of the other victims.”
“The rickshaw-wallah put his head down and struggled into it, groaning.”
“If not, a rickshaw-wallah will sell you right there, on the street as you stand, to another rickshaw-wallah!”
“A rickshaw-wallah surmised that the returning Indians come to Khajuraho to test the power of their earnings.”
“Arif, a rickshaw-puller, narrated the woes of getting registered as a rickshaw-wallah without an identity card.”
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Wallah means man in Hindi. Often it is used in conjunction with other words to form compounds that describe occupations. All of these terms originate in India. Hyphenation is haphazard, I just f...
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