Chaush


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Chaush

 

the Russian term for any one of several early-ripening varieties of table grapes native to Asia Minor. There are white, pink, and black varieties. The medium-sized bunches, which weigh 100–250 g, are cylindrical-conical and vary from dense to loose in compactness. The large oval or slightly ovate grapes are greenish white, pink, or black. They have a pleasant taste reminiscent of muscat grapes. The yield may reach 16 tons per hectare. The grapes are eaten fresh and are easily transported. They are grown in Bulgaria, Rumania, Turkey, Greece, and Algeria. White varieties are grown in the USSR, mainly in the southern Ukraine, the Lower Volga Region, and Kirghizia (Chu and Talas valleys).

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BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency (NINA)- The Deputy Head of the Iraqi Turkmen Front, and a member of the House of Representatives Hassan Turan announced that the Turkish Foreign Minister Mouloud Chaush Oglu will meet with the Turkish Turkmen Higher Coordination Committee during his visit to Iraq tomorrow.
Cavkov said the leader of the group was also involved in the case of Zahir Beqiri Chaush, charged with counterfeiting personal ID cards and passports.
ECHR judgment of 26 October 2000 in the case Hasan and Chaush vs.
A detailed database about 120,000 citizens, with the name and surname, street address, telephone number and national identification number for every one of them, was found in the factory for affairs of Zahir Bekiri Chaush, his brother and Adnan Suma.
4 (ECHR) (2011) (regarding registration of a religious community); Hasan & Chaush v.
Consistent with this, the European Court on Human Rights, in Hasan & Chaush v Bulgaria, noted that 'religious communities traditionally and universally exist in the form of organised structures', and that 'participation in the life of [such communities] is a manifestation of one's religion'.
97) (We have to add however, that the European Court of Human Rights later revised that position, and its attitude became much more open as witnessed by the judgments in the Buckley, Chapman, Serif, and Hassan & Chaush cases).
VMRO-DPMNE replied that the police had found 70,000 illegally recorded telephone conversations with Zahir Bekiri Chaush, hidden in a mattress.
The political situation is getting more dramatic by opposition leader Zoran Zaev's showing of now signs he is willing to relent and VMRO-DPMNE leader Nikola Gruevski's acerbic rhetoric at the annual conference of VMRO-DPMN's Union of Women Sunday when he said "the punishment and revenge of the people" will come on 24 April for those trying to come to power "without elections and through collaboration with foreign intelligence services, with criminals and forgers and the likes of Janeva, Chaush, Vanhoutte and other manipulators".