Malabar Coast

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A region of southwest India bordering on the Arabian Sea and bounded on the east by the Western Ghats.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • XIII separated the churches of the Syrian Rite on the Malabar Coast from the Latin churches, and, while leaving the latter under the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Verapoly and the Bishop of Cochin, erected the Syrian churches into two vicariates Apostolic for

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 16 [Supplement]

  • The booming shipping port on the Malabar Coast, Kochi is also the closest Indian portto the international sea routes.

    Queen of Arabian Sea to host Volvo Ocean Race

  • As the moisture-laden southwest monsoon winds sweep in from the Malabar Coast and rise above the mountain range, they release more than 2,500 millimeters (mm) of rainfall.

    South Western Ghats montane rain forests

  • The montane forests are also critically important for maintaining watershed integrity in the Tamil Nadu plains and along the Malabar Coast.

    North Western Ghats montane rain forests

  • Malabar Coast moist forests - Encyclopedia of Earth

    Malabar Coast moist forests

  • At Jallianwala Bagh near Amritsar in Punjab British troops carried out a massacre of several hundred unarmed Sikh, Muslim and Hindu demonstrators, provoking yet more outrage and armed peasant rebellions in several areas including the province of Uttar Pradesh and the Malabar Coast.

    Marxism and the Indian Independent Struggle - 3 Part series

  • Those few minutes of inspired scribbling comprise the sum of my experience of the world of genius, but Rahul, born in India on the Malabar Coast, was a genius every waking moment of his life.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • That great victory had extended Mysore's dominion along the Malabar Coast and, in honour of the triumph, the palace had been built and received its name, the Daria Dowlat or Treasure of the Sea.

    Sharpe's Tiger

  • Kurt pic - tured two hundred derelicts, two hundred Flying Dutch - men, patrolling the Malabar Coast.

    The Heirs of Babylon

  • Malabar Coast -- from thence to a danish Island thence to

    John Adams diary 47, 13 February 1778 - 26 April 1779

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