BENGAL

[project] BENGAL was the acronym of the research project High-resolution temporal and spatial study of the BENthic biology and Geochemistry of a north-eastern Atlantic abyssal Locality. The project was funded through the EC MAST III program from 1996 to 1998 (EC contract MAS-3 950018). The project was a three-year multidisciplinary study of...
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Bengal

[n] - a region whose eastern part is Bangladesh and western part is included in India
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Bengal

Former province of British India, in the northeast of the subcontinent. It was the first major part of India to come under the control of the British East India Company (the `Bengal...
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Bengal

Ben·gal' noun 1. A province in India, giving its name to various stuffs, animals, etc. 2. A thin stuff, made of silk and hair, originally brought from Bengal. 3. Striped gingham, originally brought from Bengal; Bengal stripes. Bengal light , a firework containing...
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bengal

1. A province in India, giving its name to various stuffs, animals, etc. ... 2. A thin stuff, made of silk and hair, originally brought from Bengal. ... 3. Striped gingham, originally brought from Bengal; Bengal stripes. Bengal light, a firework containing niter, sulphur, and antimony, and producing a sustained and vivid coloured light, used in mak...
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Bengal

noun a region whose eastern part is now Bangladesh and whose western part is included in India
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Bengal

• (n.) Striped gingham, originally brought from Bengal; Bengal stripes. • (n.) A province in India, giving its name to various stuffs, animals, etc. • (n.) A thin stuff, made of silk and hair, originally brought from Bengal.
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Bengal

historic region in the northeastern part of the Indian subcontinent, generally corresponding to the area inhabited by speakers of the Bengali ... [14 related articles]
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Bengal

Bengal (beng-gôl', ben–) , region, 77,442 sq mi (200,575 sq km), E India and Bangladesh, on the Bay of Bengal. The inland section is mountainous, with peaks up to 12,000 ft (3,660 m) high in the northwest, but most of Bengal is the fertile land of the Ganges-Brahmaputra alluvial plai...
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Bengal

The Bengal is a breed of short-haired domestic cat which was developed in the USA in 1970 by breeding an Asian leopard with a domesticated tabby cat. The fur is leopard-patterned, thick, soft and consists of random rosettes of light spots within darker outer circles on a rufus-coloured background. The ears are small and slightly pointed, the tail i...
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Bengal

Former province of British India, in the northeast of the subcontinent. It was the first major part of India to come under the control of the British East India Company (the `Bengal Presidency`). When India gained independence in 1947, Bengal was divided into West Bengal, a state of India, and East Bengal, which from 1972 onwards became p...
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Bengal

[disambiguation] Bengal is a region in South Asia. Bengal or Bengals can also refer to: ==Places== ==Flora and faunas== ==Sports== ==In fiction== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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Bengal

Bengal l (বাংলা Bangla or বঙ্গ Bongo/ Bônggô) is a geographical and ethno-linguistic region in South Asia. It lies in the north-eastern region at the apex of the Bay of Bengal, and is dominated by the fertile Bengal delta. The region was politically divided in 1947 and today comprises the nation of Bangladesh and the Indian sta...
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