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  • proper noun Former spelling of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh.

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  • noun the capital and largest city of Bangladesh

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Examples

  • _Rada Churn Dey_, whom Mr. Barwell asserts to be a real person living at Dacca, and who _stood for the factory of Dacca_; whereas the Armenian affirms that there was _no_ such person as _Rada Churn_, and that it was a fictitious name.

    The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 08 (of 12)

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    Francesco Renaldi in Dacca

  • I can best describe the political character of the sect by telling you that the authorities in Dacca have indicted Jamaat's Bangladeshi leaders on charges that they aided and abetted the Pakistani army's crimes against humanity during the Bangladesh war of independence.

    How radical Islam seduced the academics

  • She continued working as a teacher and school administrator, at one point coaching boy's basketball in Dacca.

    Lyn Hendry, noted Walt Whitman High teacher, dies at 89

  • And think of still another exquisitely fine Indian cotton called Dacca cotton that is spun and woven into fragile oriental muslins and Madras Long Cloth.

    Carl and the Cotton Gin

  • According to an inscription, it was painted at Dacca in 1789.

    Francesco Renaldi in Dacca

  • For ten years Renaldi lived in Calcutta, Lucknow (working, it is believed, forنواب آصف الدولہ Asaf ud-Daulah, the Nawab Wazir of Oudh), and in Dacca (now the capital city of Bangladesh).

    Francesco Renaldi in Dacca

  • She later accompanied her husband on his assignments as economic and development adviser to Saigon and what was then Dacca, East Pakistan.

    Lyn Hendry, noted Walt Whitman High teacher, dies at 89

  • For ten years Renaldi lived in Calcutta, Lucknow (working, it is believed, forنواب آصف الدولہ Asaf ud-Daulah, the Nawab Wazir of Oudh), and in Dacca (now the capital city of Bangladesh).

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • According to an inscription, it was painted at Dacca in 1789.

    Archive 2009-08-01

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