And, of course, no warm weather spot would be without his infamous Adidas slip-on sandals and a pair of madras shorts.
Naan dunked in matzoh ball soup, served by a Yiddish-speaking waiter from madras.
Outnumbered five to one in Britain, Scots made up 60 percent of the merchants in Bengal, Calcutta and madras.
The former is the only one likely to be seen in madras city.
They are natives of Bengal and madras; that is to say, of those presidencies.
Three days later a registered letter came from a bank in madras.
A delicate sea-fish, taken in great quantities in Bombay and madras.
In madras, a branch of the pomegranate tree is usually stuck in.
Such was the scene in 1639, the year in which our story of madras begins.
He was at first attached to the Pondicherry mission, and worked in the southern districts of the present madras Presidency.
1833, in reference to the former Indian state of Madras (modern Chennai, a Tamil name), from which this type of bright-colored muslin cloth was exported. The British fort there dates from 1639; the name sometimes is said to be from Sanskrit mandra, a god of the underworld, but perhaps rather from Arabic madrasa "school" or Portuguese Madre (de Deus).