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Synonyms for Caucasia

a large region between the Black and Caspian seas that contains the Caucasus Mountains

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Teniendo en cuenta la categorizacion entregada por la Mision para la Transformacion del Campo y las proyecciones poblacionales del DANE; en Antioquia el 67 % de los habitantes estan asentados en ciudades y aglomeraciones en 14 municipios, la mayoria de ellos en el Valle de Aburra a excepcion de Caucasia, Turbo, Apartado y Rionegro.
"The Eurasian gravepine that now accounts for 99.9 per cent of wine made in the world today, has its roots in Caucasia."
With a Franco-Caucasian bloodline, she is, apart from the Aryan Princess also the Royal Highness of Caucasia and a Frank Princess to Europe."
The area is covered by native Quercus castaneifolia, Zelcova carpinifolia, Parrotia persica, Carpinus betulus and Celtis caucasia. We cleared the area carefully of any dung and chose an 8-days period for estimation of defecation rate, considering that the decay rate in GNP is more than two weeks.
Turkey is located between some of the most penetrated and volatile regions in the world, namely the Middle East, the Balkans, Caucasia and the Eastern Mediterranean.
In addition, Ebner cited a letter from Uvarov who was convinced that Fischer von Waldheim's statement "Dauria" was not correct and that the specimens were found in Caucasia. Since even up to now no specimens of the genus have been found in Central Asia, this opinion is obviously correct.
Aydin and Yazgan found that case studies in IR courses usually focused on Turkey, Turkey's neighbouring regions and/or great powers, particularly the US, Europe, the EU, the Middle East, the Soviet Union/Russian Federation, Caucasia, the Balkans and Eurasia.
Among the largest of those entities designated today are Subasta Ganadera de Caucasia S.A.
Vakhtang was waiting for three months in vain, but Peter I had changed his plans and decided to attack Darubandi (town located in south-north Caucasia) and conquer it.
Russian people and Russian speaking other ethnic communities, who were settled in the Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan), the Southern Caucasia (Georgia and Azerbaijan), the Baltics (Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia), Ukraine, Belarus and Moldovia turned into minorities after the break-up of the Soviet Union.
Bacyk said it is no secret that Russia accuses Turkey of facilitating ISIL in the region and that Russia is increasingly critical of Turkey, complaining especially about the rise of radicalism in Caucasia and other areas.