[ US /ˈmædɹəs/ ]
[ UK /mədɹˈɑːs/ ]
  1. a light patterned cotton cloth
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  • Complexes suggested for Bombay, Calcutta, Jullundur, Kanpur, and Madras would have similar facilities and output, except for product lines specific to certain places. Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies
  • Manufacturing operations were at Agra (central) for footwear; Calcutta, Bombay (west), and Madras for leather goods; Meerut and Jullundur (north) for sports goods; and at Kanpur (central) for harnesses and boots. Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies
  • Afterwards, we stapled madras tissue (it's variegated with beautiful colors) over their line drawing paper.
  • A few kilometres away from Madras city on the Coromandal coast, the boom of chisel and hammer rises in the sandy wilderness, above crashing waves and soughing winds.
  • They also assured the government that Muslims will themselves boycott such madrasas if the government produce any authentic evidence or proof regarding anti-national acts being indulged in by them.
  • many madrasas in Bangladesh are supported with money from Saudi Arabia
  • Last week he denounced the reports that he was educated in a madrasah as a 'ludicrous' smear. Times, Sunday Times
  • These days, the major platform for revivalist Islam is no longer the madrasa but the web, an area in which Mariam was a specialist and through which she may have been pursuing a secret life.
  • One found salvation only by joining a madrasah and becoming religious. Times, Sunday Times
  • Clive conquered and organized Bengal for the East India Company He first went to Madras as a clerk in 1743 and by 1749 had won the lucrative appointment of military commissary.
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