1 applicationN1. प्रार्थना\applicationपत्रApplication forms are available with the booking clerk from 11.00 to 16.00 hr.Avoid frequent application of the brakes.2. प्रयोगThe application of 'BURNOL' on burns is in common use nowadays.Street application of traffic rules avoid so many accidents.
2 invoiceN1. बीजकThe clerk made an invoice for the expenses.--------V1. बीजक\invoiceबनानाThe booking will be invoiced by your travel agent.
3 played outAdj1. पुरानाBooking trunk-call is played out.
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