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bahut

[′bä‚hu̇t]
(architecture)
In a masonry wall or parapet, the rounded upper course.
A low wall surmounting a cornice to carry the roof structure.

bahut

1. In a masonry wall or parapet, the rounded upper course.
2. A low wall surmounting a cornice to carry the roof structure.
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The Bas Ab Bahut Ho Gaya campaign is an initiative by Population Foundation of India (PFI) along with Akhtar's Mard -- Men
This new deal comes on the back of previous orders from the same customer for Bahut and Dolcorsllwyn Fabio in 2012 and 2013.
Ek to divorce ka he sadma parents ke leye bahut bada hota hai usper court ka chakkar lagana' (whereas divorce itself is a deep shock for parents, and on top of that court entanglements
Chairing the meeting of district programme committee Shivpal said, "Maine to usi din PWD walo se khule aam keh diya tha agar mehnat karoge to thodi bahut chori kar sakte ho, dakaiti nahi daloge (I have already told PWD people openly that if you work hard, you can steal a little, but don't behave like dacoits".
In various scenes, the wife, played by Sanam Baloch, asks her husband, "Baji ki bahut yaad arahi hai, un say roz baat karayn gay na?
The funny bit was one know-it-all observer confidently telling his friends after seeing the Renault badging, 'Yeh Mahindra-ka gaadi hai, bahut badiya aur majboot bhi hai'
bahut zyada (much more)," Akhtar said in a telephonic interview with IANS from Islamabad where he runs a photography business.
Bahut zyada hai (very expensive), she replies and moves off.
Rangila, Thirumalai, and Mallikarjun (2001) cite Grierson's 1901 census report on the mother tongues spoken in India that referred to the situations in which the natives mixed the English words and phrases in their own language such as a native doctor once said to him about a dog licking his wound, "Kutta:-ka: saliva bahut antiseptic hai.
Rangila, Thirumalai, & Mallikarjun (2001) cite Grierson's 1901 census report on the mother tongues spoken in India that referred to the situations in which the natives mixed the English words and phrases in their own language such as a native doctor once said to him about a dog licking his wound, "Kutta:-ka: saliva bahut antiseptic hai.
39) The committee included: Dawud Haddari, President: Nadra Haddad, Vice President; Anton Sim an, Qaysar Sabbagh, Wadei Bahut, Tawfiq Biskinti and Abbas Abu Shaqra, Secretary.