Definitions

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  • proper noun A possibly extinct Bantu / Lebonya language, with ISO code boy, of the Central African Republic.
  • noun One of an Indian minority ethnic group, early settlers of Assam.
  • proper noun The Tibeto-Burman language, with ISO code brx, of the Bodo.

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Examples

  • It all began with the arrest of Indravadan Patel alias Bodo near Sanand in October this year.

    The Times of India

  • At the same time, the state has seen clashes between local tribal people, known as the Bodo, and immigrants from Bangladesh, with which Assam shares a porous border.

    JustNews.com - Local News

  • He was greeted not only by the company commander, but by "Bodo" as well, who had found his own way back to his master.

    Panzer Aces

  • During a stop at the Belgian border the company commander's German shepherd "Bodo" went missing.

    Panzer Aces

  • Air traffic control centres in Scandinavia - such as Bodo and Stockholm - were the first to declare that they were closing airspace sectors and instruct flights to cancel flight plans and refile to alternate airports.

    HEADLINES

  • Air traffic control centres in Scandinavia - such as Bodo and Stockholm - were the first to declare that they were closing airspace sectors and instruct flights to cancel flight plans and refile to alternate airports.

    HEADLINES

  • Air traffic control centres in Scandinavia - such as Bodo and Stockholm - were the first to declare that they were closing airspace sectors and instruct flights to cancel flight plans and refile to alternate airports.

    HEADLINES

  • The victims were members of the National Guidance League, or "Bodo" League, that the then-staunchly anti-communist government created to "re-educate" recanting leftists and others suspected of communist leanings.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • The victims were members of the National Guidance League, or "Bodo" League, that the then-staunchly anti-communist government created to "re-educate" recanting leftists and others suspected of communist leanings.

    Toronto Sun

  • The victims were members of the National Guidance League, or "Bodo" League, that the then-staunchly anti-communist government created to "re-educate" recanting leftists and others suspected of communist leanings.

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

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