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a native or resident of the American state of Georgia

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a native or inhabitant of Georgia in Asia

a southern Caucasian language with 3 million speakers and a long literary tradition

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Best brands Georgian, none in market; second quality, 1851,
The expert went on to say that Georgians are tired, they want stability and don't want a new revolution.
For Outstanding Contributions That Assist Georgians With Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injuries
As a result, there are today Sunni Georgians in some Black Sea areas while in eastern Georgia there are Shia communities.
Although, Maya Karibides, the representative of Paphos' Greek Pontians and Georgians, said that liturgies were taking place in the ruins until 1935.
Synopsis: Georgians support the ruling Georgian Dream party ahead of the presidential election, while President Mikheil Saakashvili ends his term with the lowest approval ratings on record.
I intend to explore the role that cultural institutions play for Azeris, who, like Georgians, also live with the legacy of imperial Russian and Soviet policy toward the Caucasus," she said.
The Russia-Georgia war lasted only five days but the impact and consequences were dramatic and devastating for thousands of Georgians who left their homes and properties for looters and invaders.
AT HOME WITH THE GEORGIANS BBC Two Wales, Thursday, 9pm Do you ever think of yourself as a bit of a Hyacinth Bucket-type character?
Also in Asia, Singapore-based Georgian Wine Distributors Ltd was set up in 2009 by Georgians Temur Iremadze and David Khakhutaishvili (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT) to promote 'Old World Georgian Wines' such as Teliani Valley and Kindzmarauli Marani in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
We've been involved in other projects, in Ukraine for example, where we have invited Georgians to come from the Center to provide technical assistance themselves.
There have been a number of brief detentions of Georgians in recent weeks, mainly in South Ossetia, another Georgian breakaway area, which was the focus of last year's war between Tbilisi and Moscow.
Media coverage is hugely biased in favour of Georgians
New conflict between South Ossetians and Georgians forces accrued in mid June 2004 when Georgian forces closed Ossetian main supply market for tax-free goods from Russia in order to stop smuggling.
The schools are closed and the TV stations exhort Georgians to turn up in masses to greet Bush when he speaks in Liberty (formerly "Lenin") Square.