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A single-storey dwelling, derived from the Hindustani word for a thatched house. Bungalows were originally devised as light dwellings with verandahs erected in India, mainly for the British administrators there. They have since become very popular in Britain and can be found in distressingly large numbers in the suburbs of most British towns and cities.

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