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Synonyms for Bucharesti

national capital and largest city of Romania in southeastern Romania

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Nevertheless, our Radisson SAS Bucharesti hotel opened a year ago exceeded our expectations and draws vast attention and interest.
The Warriors opened their European campaign with an 18-8 victory at Bucharesti last week and Ruddock is anxious to build on that display.
They were both playing for Romanian club Steau Bucharesti in a European Shield match in Galway on Saturday.
LYN JONES has made two changes for Newport Gwent Dragons' European Rugby Challenge Cup clash with Bucharesti Wolves in Romania's capital today.
This decrease is attributable to: (i) an increase in the revenues of the hotels segment mainly due to the opening of Bucharesti Hotel complex in Romania (which is managed by the Radisson Group) offset by; (ii) the devaluation of the Pound and the EURO against the NIS.
This increase is attributable mainly to expenses related to the opening of the Bucharesti Hotel complex in the second half of 2008, offset by the devaluation of the Pound and the EURO against the NIS.
Despite horrendous weather conditions in Bucharest, the Worcester Warriors put together a controlled and measured performance to record only their second consecutive win of the season against Bucharesti.
Worcester were still left with both Loki Crichton and Joe Carlisle as experienced kickers but they were repeatedly out-played by the boot by Bucharesti who time and time again ended any attacking chances that Worcester had with a well-placed kick.
This mega-project is a continuance of the Arena Shopping and Entertainment Center in Budapest (which has recently been sold at considerable profit), the 'Casa Radio' mix-use mega-project in Bucharest, our pipeline of real estate developments in the CEE Region and in India, and our Bucharesti Hotel in Bucharest, which opened this week, which together with the adjacent apartment hotel consists of 685 keys.
On top of that, Dinamo Bucharesti star Mihai Ravariu was banned for two years in March after he tested positive for the use of a human growth hormone gonadotrophin following the European club game against Saracens.