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  • noun Plural form of Bangladeshi.

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Examples

  • Governments are going to have to find a way to get individuals to reduce their GHG emissions, adapt to the coming change e. g. no more bailing out people who build houses on barrier beaches, and mitigate the effects of GHG reductions and climate change itself on the people, such as Bangladeshis, who are most affected by it.

    Uncracked: wisecrack that was begging to be cracked.

  • 'Bangladeshis'; and as a nation the people are 'Bengali'.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • In addition to NE TV and Times Now, all local channels and newspapers are unashamedly dubbing these Muslims as "Bangladeshis" even as the Assam government denies these charges.

    The Milli Gazette: India, Muslim, Islamic News

  • These physical attacks are synchronised with media attack on the Muslims of Assam as they are dubbed as "Bangladeshis" without any proof.

    The Milli Gazette: India, Muslim, Islamic News

  • These physical attacks are synchronised with media attack on the Muslims of Assam as they are dubbed as "Bangladeshis" without any proof.

    The Milli Gazette: India, Muslim, Islamic News

  • In addition to NE TV and Times Now, all local channels and newspapers are unashamedly dubbing these Muslims as "Bangladeshis" even as the Assam government denies these charges.

    The Milli Gazette: India, Muslim, Islamic News

  • In addition to NE TV and Times Now, all local channels and newspapers are unashamedly dubbing these Muslims as "Bangladeshis" even as the Assam government denies these charges.

    The Milli Gazette: India, Muslim, Islamic News

  • But about 1,100 miles of Indian territory separated then-Pakistan's western and eastern halves, and the main determinant of Bangladeshi independence was not Indian armor but the determination of Bengali-speaking Bangladeshis not to be treated as second-class citizens by their Urdu and Punjabi speaking compatriots.

    Pakistan's Nuclear Albatross

  • A State Department spokeswoman attributed the drop in entries this year to the fact that Bangladeshis—for many years the most numerous applicants—weren't eligible to participate.

    Half as Many Entrants Play Green-Card Lottery

  • The bleach solution they used was smearing more than cleaning, and the Bangladeshis had little stomach to wring out the mop heads all that often.

    Peter Van Buren: Veteran's Day: Knocking on Heaven's Door

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