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- adj. relative to Iran and its people
- n. a person from Iran or of Iranian heritage
- n. A member of the smaller of the two Zoroastrian communities of the Indian subcontinent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a native or inhabitant of Iran.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a native or inhabitant of Iran
There are concerns for three other women: a Brazilian called Irani, a Colombian called Maria and a woman called Sue.
Little is known about them, except that one was a Brazilian woman known as Irani, the other a Colombian called Maria.
At the hostel, I crashed for 8 hours, completely forgetting to call Irani, or even go out for that matter.
Maybe we can scrap the idea of Irani Trophy between winner of Duleep and Ranji though ..
I don't know how they prepare the tea and how is it made at most of the cafes in Hyderabad, still legend has it that people from Iran came to Hyderabad and they bought the recipe for the tea and hence it is known as 'Irani' chai.
A superb example of old-fashioned 'Irani' (Persian-influenced) cafes that were once ubiqutous in the city, but are now dying out.
Irani had come a full circle as he'd spent years trying to make Tata Steel the lowest cost steel producer in the world.
J.J. Irani is hanging up his boots this month after 43 years with the Tatas.
Meanwhile the wonderful Irani government that St. Barack wants to engage has stolen the Nobel Peace Prize medal from the woman who won it in 2003.
Sadam Hussein during the Irani war and then later helped build up Osama Bin Laden during the Russian Afghanistan conflict.