Bhaunagar
geographical name see Bhavnagar

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Bhavnagar — [bou nug′ər] seaport in Gujarat state, W India, on the Arabian Sea: pop. 402,000: sometimes sp. Bhaunagar * * * Bhav·na·gar (bou nŭgʹər, bäv ) A city of western India on the Gulf of Khambhat south of Ahmadabad. It is a manufacturing center and… …   Universalium

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  • Bhavnagar — or Bhaunagar geographical name city & port W India in S Gujarat on Gulf of Khambhat population 402,338 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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