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Bitlis

(bĭtlĭs`), city (1990 pop. 38,130), capital of Bitlis prov., E Turkey, on a tributary of the Tigris River, at c.4,500 ft (1,370 m). Grains, fruit, and tobacco are grown nearby. It was an important caravan center for centuries and was captured by Persians, Arabs, Seljuk Turks, Byzantines, and Ottoman Turks. In the 19th cent. the town had a large Armenian population.
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Penned by Liverpool Everyman former associate writer Nick Leather and directed by Serdar Bilis, the play runs until Saturday April 4 and has already toured to community venues.
Indirect ELISA for the detection of antibodies against Opisthorchis felineus (Rivolta, 1884) and Metorchis bilis (Braun, 1790) in foxes.
At the company labs, 50-58 lab tests are performed every day to track aflatoxins (the law provides that the maximum level is 50ppt) while external labs are also used," added Yiannis Bilis, Director of Charalambides Dairy factory.
Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa and the Queen's Berkshire representative Lord Bilis attended.
1915 yilinda Newyork'ta dogan Bruner, kucuk cocuklarda algi, ogrenme, bellek ve oteki bilis bicimleri konusunda yaptigi calismalar ile dikkat cekmis, Jean Piaget'nin ayni konudaki calismalariyla birlikte ABD egitim sisteminde etkili olmustur.
Physical categories include bilis (rage), with ailments aggravated by our frenetic fight-or-flight lifestyles; empacho (blockage), associated with digestive disorders, as well as emotional blocks; and mal aire (bad air), causing ailments in children such as earaches or chills.
The national dish of nasi lemak - rice, peanuts, cucumber, ikan bilis (little fish), sambal (chilli sauce) and rendang (curry) - is a good starting point for Malaysian cuisine.
4) El termino colera morbo viene a significar enfermedad biliosa o de la bilis.
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New satellite pictures from Durham University reveal for the first time the full extent of the destruction in North Korea caused by super typhoon Bilis in July this year, which scientists now believe cost more than 10,000 lives - 20 times the official figure.
Much of the area is still recovering from Tropical Storm Bilis, which killed more than 600 people last month.