Araxes


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  • noun

Synonyms for Araxes

a river that rises in northeastern Turkey (near the source of the Euphrates) and flows generally eastward through Armenia to the Caspian Sea

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Hamid Chitchian and his counterpart had recently announced their approval on construction of two power plants on River Araxes, with banking and financing arrangements being solved to launch the project at the earliest.
In the shadow of Ararat: survey in the Araxes River region, Naxcivan, Azerbaijan.
All bounds (terminus omnis) have been removed, cities have set their walls in new lands, and the world, now passable throughout, has left nothing where it once had place: the Indian drinks of the cold Araxes, the Persians quaff the Elbe and the Rhine.
These treaties presribed that Azerbaijani lands south of the Araxes River would remain in the possession of the royal house of Qajar, whereas Azerbaijani khanates northwards, including the territories of today's Republic of Armenia, would become part of the Romanov empire.
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, Araxes (1870) (quoted in Mark Blasius and Shane Phelan, eds.
After two days, we decided to cross the Araxes (the river that marks the border between Azerbaijan and Iran).
Araxes Pharma, residing at Janssen Labs in San Diego, formed a cancer drug discovery and development collaboration with Janssen Biotech, Inc.
The national identity of the region known as Nagorno-Karabakh in the Caucasus is disputed between the Azeri and Armenian historians as being populated by either Caucasian Albanians or indigenous Armenians who lived there between the rivers Kura and Araxes.
Unconfirmed reports, quite possibly deliberate disinformation by Tehran, even claimed Iranian troops had crossed over the Araxes river border.
In February 2013, Wellspring Biosciences, through its affiliate Araxes Pharma, entered into an exclusive arrangement with Janssen Biotech, Inc.