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Zubin
[zoo-bin] /ˈzu bɪn/ (Show IPA), born 1936, Indian orchestra conductor, in the U.S. since 1961.
Contemporary Examples

As the editor of a Bombay magazine during the Emergency, Mehta was a target of the censor.
Hold Onto Your Penis David Frum, Justin Green November 28, 2012

The first few years in New York were turbulent, Mehta recalls.
New York Philharmonic’s Zarin Mehta – A Legacy of Strong Leadership May 6, 2012

“The partnership with Credit Suisse is a highlight,” said Mehta.
New York Philharmonic’s Zarin Mehta – A Legacy of Strong Leadership May 6, 2012

Historical Examples

Mr. Das addressed the court on the illegality of the Act itself securing thereby the release of Dr. Mehta and others.
Chitta Ranjan Sukumar Ranjan Das

noun
Zubin (ˈzuːbɪn). born 1936, Indian conductor; musical director of the Israel Philharmonic orchestra from 1969

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