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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of north-central India southeast of Delhi. It is a manufacturing center in a cotton and grain area. Population: 278,000.

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  • June 28th, 2009 FIROZABAD - The Sadar Bazar of Firozabad is not only famous for the clinking colourful bangles, but also for the infamous 'Child Labour Market' where one can hire the children a-la the Roman slave market of yore.

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  • FIROZABAD - The Sadar Bazar of Firozabad is not only famous for the clinking colourful bangles, but also for the infamous 'Child Labour Market' where one can hire the children a-la the Roman slave market of yore.

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  • July 16th, 2009 AGRA/FIROZABAD - Around 30 child labourers were rescued by police and officials of state Child Labour Department from Agra and Firozabad cities in Uttar Pradesh.

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  • This time she found herself in Sobi Pura village near Firozabad in Uttar Pradesh.

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  • On August 20, 1995, a tragic rail accident occurred in Firozabad in the Northern Railways, when the Kalindi Express hit a cow and could not restart after its brakes were damaged.

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  • That one yonder is a chief among them - six nights since he was at Firozabad, where his lodge met to hear a strange fakir who offered them gold, and - "he tapped my knee" - an end to the Raj in due time, and a rebirth of their order of thugee.

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  • That one yonder is a chief among them — six nights since he was at Firozabad, where his lodge met to hear a strange fakir who offered them gold, and — "he tapped my knee" — an end to the Raj in due time, and a rebirth of their order of thugee.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • Whether I was unlucky or not I don't know, but as I worked my way south past Khurjah and Hathras and Firozabad, over the river and down past Gohad to the Jhansi border, everything I saw confirmed my worst fears.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • Trunk road out of Delhi proper, which goes to Muttra and Agra, you pass, very quickly, on the left, the remains of Firozabad, the capital of

    Roving East and Roving West

  • Firozabad, along a rather flinty road that extends for ten miles, after which commences again the splendid kunkah.

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