The Bagha Mosque (বাঘা মসজিদ) is located at Bagha, 25 miles southeast of Rajshahi in Bangladesh. It was established in 1523 by Nashrat Shah, an independent Sultan of Bengal. The mosque is depicted on the 50 Taka note of Bangladesh. The mosque was built of brick on the bank of a ta...
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Baghar Cheena airstrike
The Baghar Cheena UAV strike (Baghar Cheena literally means "Without Sugar" in Urdu) happened in the evening on Tuesday 17 September 2008, when four missiles fired from an United States Air Force drone aircraft hit the village of Baghar Cheena in the mountains of South Waziristan, in the Federally ...
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Turkish internment camp in Armenia during World War I; many of the British prisoners captured after the fall of Kut al-Imara 1916 were held here. Conditions were so bad that many of the prisoners...
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Baghdad College is an elite high school for boys in Baghdad, Iraq. It is among the nation`s most highly regarded preparatory schools, boasting several well-known alumni and countless Iraqi professionals and intellectuals now living throughout the world. The school was initially located at 11/45 Mur...
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Baghdad Note was a New Zealand Thoroughbred racehorse, who won the 1970 Melbourne Cup and was ridden by Midge Didham. He was sired by Kurdistan (GB), his dam Fair Note (NZ) was by Fairs Fair (GB). Given most of his previous wins in New Zealand had been on wet tracks Baghdad Note was dismissed befor...
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Baghdad Province (محافظة بغداد Muḥāfaẓät Baġdād) (or Baghdad Governorate) is the capital province of Iraq. It includes the City of Baghdad, as well as the surrounding metropolitan area, which includes Al-Mada`in (Seleucia-Ctesiphon), Taji, Mahmudiya District and Abu Ghraib Distri...
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Baghdad Stock Exchange
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Baghdad`s Green Zone
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Bagheli (Devanagari: बघेली or बाघेली) is a Central zone Indo-Aryan language, spoken in the Baghelkhand region of central India. It is one of the languages classified as a dialect of Hindi ch by the Indian Census Report until 2001. The Bagheli speakers are found mainly in six d...
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Baghlan (Persian/Pashto: بغلان Baġlān) is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan. It is in the north of the country. Its capital is Puli Khumri, but its name comes from the other major town in the province, Baghlan. The ruins of a Zoroastrian fire temple, the Surkh Kotal, are locate...
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Baghmare is a town and Village Development Committee in Dang Deokhuri District in the Rapti Zone of south-western Nepal. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census it had a population of 5,965 persons living in 1075 individual households. ...
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Baghmisheh gate (دروازهٔ باغمیشه, باغمشه قاپی سی), also transliterated as Baghmasha, is an old gate in the Bazaar suburb of Tabriz, north-western Iran. Until modern times, the city was protected by a defensive wall. There were just four main gates (Bghmasha, Istanbul, Shan...
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This is part of a dust extraction plant, which contains the filter bags
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A chamber containing fabric filter bags that remove particles from furnace stack exhaust gases. Used to eliminate particles greater than 20 microns in diameter. ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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Part of the environmental controls at a smelter or furnace. Cooled flue gases are passed through the baghouse to capture particulates, which may then be recycled.
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A baghouse (BH, B/H) or fabric filter (FF) is an air pollution control device that removes particulates out of air or gas released from commercial processes or combustion for electricity generation. Power plants, steel mills, pharmaceutical producers, food manufactures, chemical producers and other...
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Baghram air base
... that Matthew Arnold`s (pictured) 1867 poem "Dover Beach" features prominently in Ian McEwan`s 2005 novel, Saturday? ... that during the years of his American exile, German novelist Thomas Mann regularly addressed his countrymen via the BBC in a series of anti-Nazi speeches entitled Deutsche Hö...
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Baghsar is a lake situated at 975 m above sea-level in the Samahni Valley, Bhimber District. The lake is roughly half a kilometre long and overlooks the Bandala Valley. The lake is a popular tourist destination. Many local and migratory birds, especially ducks and geese, inhabit the lake. The lake ...
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