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Bunji was a Japanese teenager and the youngest, the eldest was a genius called JD.
Thatt is their short road — down the river by Bunji and Astor.
Thatt is their short road -- down the river by Bunji and Astor.
Kim Rudyard Kipling 1900
Bunji, on the Indus, only 38 miles from Gilgit; it was therefore determined to send Colonel Kelly with all the men he could collect to march as rapidly as possible to Chitral.
Our Soldiers Gallant Deeds of the British Army during Victoria's Reign William Henry Giles Kingston 1847
The men hauled fish from a bountiful sea in bays known to them as Bunji, Hakoda and
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'Bunji has decided to bow out of Soca Monarch in order to work on setting things in place for Fay-Ann's performances at the finals.
Bunji, however, took things up a few notches chanting at lightning speed, which was on the night referred to as quad-tongue.
Bunji too had the crowd at his beck and call as he performed a mix of past hits along with some of his material for this year.
According to sources, the big 'Bunji hydropower Project' with an installed capacity of 7100 megawatt is in doldrums due to lack of funds as the government has spent only Rs 228.404 million in the current fiscal year 2009-10.
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Bunji placed second in last year's edition of the competition.