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gombroon

(ɡɒmˈbruːn)
n
(Ceramics) Persian and Chinese pottery and porcelain wares
[C17: named after Gombroon, Iran, from which it was originally exported]
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As reported, a British tanker was impounded with its 23 crew members, including a Latvian national, at the port of Bandar Abbas in Iran after the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps seized it last week.
The vessel is currently at the Bandar Shahid Bahonar, which is a short distance from Iran's Bandar Abbas port.
An Iranian teacher took four days to swim from Khasab in Oman to Bandar Abbas in Iran to mark a special day on the Iranian calendar.
An explosion occurred at a submarine battery in Shahid Darvishi Shipyard belonging to the Iranian Ministry of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics in the Bandar Abbas district of Hormozgan province of Iran,Trendreports via ILNA.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani launched a major production enhancement project at Bandar Abbas Oil Refinery.
Karachi -- Pakistan Navy Flotilla comprising Pakistan Navy Ships KHAIBAR, RAHNAWARD, MADAGAR and Pakistan Maritime Security Ship ZHOB visited Port Bandar Abbas of Iran as part of Overseas Deployment.
Islamabad -- Pakistan Navy flotilla, comprising Pakistan Navy ships KHAIBAR, RAHNAWARD, MADAGAR and Pakistan Maritime security ship ZHOB visited Port Bandar Abbas of Iran as part of overseas deployment.
KARACHI -- Pakistan Navy Flotilla, comprising Pakistan Navy Ships KHAIBAR, RAHNAWARD, MADAGAR and Pakistan Maritime Security Ship ZHOB, visited Port Bandar Abbas of Iran as part of Overseas Deployment.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Navy Flotilla comprising Pakistan Navy Ships KHAIBAR, RAHNAWARD, MADAGAR and Pakistan Maritime Security Ship ZHOB visited Port Bandar Abbas of Iran as part of the overseas deployment.
The plant was built at Bandar Abbas in Hormozgan province and has a capacity of 100,000 cubic meters per day.
Summary: National Centre for Meteorology reports quake hit near Bandar Abbas
India, notwithstanding impending sanctions on Iran, intends to put in place a corridor linking Gujarat and West Bengal to Kazakhstan and Eastern Russia via Iran's Bandar Abbas Port, The Economic Times reports.