Definition of Duars

1. Noun. (plural of duar) ¹



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Definition of Duars

1. duar [n] - See also: duar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Duars

dualization
dualize
dualized
dualizes
dualizing
dualled
dualling
dually
duals
duan
duans
duar
duarchies
duarchy
duars (current term)
duathlete
duathletes
duathlon
duathlons
dub
dub poetry
dub sack
dubash
dubb
dubbed
dubbeltjie
dubbeltjies
dubber
dubbers

Literary usage of Duars

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1894)
"... been treated in the most thorough and admirable manner by M. Dutreuil de Rhins in his ' Asie Centrale.' 5. On the Bengal duars. By EDWARD HEAWOOD, MA, ..."

2. Sikhim & Bhutan: Twenty-one Years on the North-east Frontier, 1887-1908 by John Claude White (1909)
"Our occupation of the Bengal duars. Expedition against Bhutan. Loss of guns. Treaty of Rawa Paul. ..."

3. The Indian Forester; a Quarterly Magazine of Forestry (1884)
"EXPERIMENTS WITH DIVI-DIVI IN SIKHIM AND THE WESTERN duars.» In the Kurseong Division about 100 seeds collected by Mr. Gamble in Orissa, in May 1881, ..."

4. A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sanads Relating to India and by India Foreign and Political Dept (1892)
"The tribute for these seven duars, including the tarai tract below them, ... The Kamrup duars under this arrangement remained in the bands of the Bhutanese ..."

5. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"The district known as the duars is a strip of land extending for some hundreds of miles along the foot of the Himalayas. It is a gently sloping tract of ..."

6. Calcutta Review by University of Calcutta (1844)
"Each Duar is known by the name of the pass it leads to. There are eleven such passes and duars between the Teesta and the Manas river, known as the Bengal ..."

7. Bengal Under the Lieutenant-governors: Being a Narrative of the Principal by Charles Edward Buckland (1901)
"They were further required to cede, in perpetual sovereignty, to the British Government the whole of the plain country known as the duars, not only those ..."

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