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


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  • 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. - Local News

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

    Panzer Aces

  • 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

  • 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.


  • 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

  • When we turn up the pages in the estate book dealing with Villaris, we find that there was a man called Bodo living there. [

    Medieval People

  • Bodo Wittmer, vice-president of the Antananarivo chamber of commerce and industry in Madagascar, said three companies had expressed serious interest in doing business in her country.

    Least developed countries: Furious networking brings results | Mark Tran

  • Powers's nine-hour flight was to take him over the Soviet missile facilities at Plesetsk and Sverdlovsk; he was supposed to land in Bodo, Norway.

    A Spy's Ill-Fated Flight From Pakistan

  • Daimler's finance chief, Bodo Uebber , added that in recent weeks the company has seen slower orders for trucks within Europe, echoing similar warnings from rivals Volvo AB and Volkswagen's Scania this month.

    Daimler, VW Uphold Forecasts


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