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A baker is someone who bakes and sells bread, cakes and similar foods. The place where the baker works is called a bakery.

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For people whose surname is or was Baker see People named Baker; especially prominent examples include:

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Baker v. Carr and United States. Ned Baker is a metasyntactic variable.








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Encyclopedia: Best Bakery case (704 words)
The Best Bakery case is the name used to refer to a case involving an incident which occurred on March 1, 2002, at a bakery (called Best Bakery) in Vadodara, India during the 2002 Gujarat violence in which 14 people were murdered, many of them burned to death.
The case came into prominence after all the 21 accused were acquitted on June 27, 2003 by a "fast-track court" for lack of evidence after 37 out of the 73 witnesses, including key witness Zaheera Sheikh turned hostile.
During examination, she said that her maternal uncle Quaser was not present in the bakery when it was set on fire going against the statement she had given to the police earlier.
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