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Dyje

 

a river in Czechoslovakia and Austria, a right tributary of the Morava in the Danube basin. It has a length of 302 km and a basin area of 13,400 sq. km. The Dyje flows along the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. The average rate of flow at the river’s mouth is 45 cu m per sec. Timber is floated on the river, and there is a hydroelectric power plant. The city of Znojmo (Czechoslovakia) is situated on the Dyje.

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Pyi Thaya Operation - July 1991-92 (resulting in exodus of some 268,000 Rohingyas to Bangladesh)
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Hudson 15, Auburn 50: Mary Dignan (21:04), Baylee Loewen (23:05), Lilly Clouter (23:07), Brittany Phillipo (23:10) and Thaya Zalewski (23:57) swept the top five spots to lead the visiting Hawks (3-5) past the Rockets (6-8) on Auburn's 2.
This fault is crossing the Thaya Dome, cuts mainly complexes of Brunnia, only on the SW margin of Dome crosses the Moravian unit.
Another such military venture, equivocated as Operation Pyi Thaya or Operation Clean and Beautiful Nation, took place in 1991 leaving the poor Rohingya with no other option but to flee to the neighboring country Bangladesh.
Their children and their spouses are Thaya and Stan Howard, Paul and Jan Williams and Ruth and Rick Perrott.
We thank Jacob Farrin, Thaya Guedry, Clinton Morse, Leo McKern, Faith Demergue and Mark Paulissen for their assistance.
3 Astley Lane, Bedworth, single-storey extension to front, conservatory to rear, Mr Thaya and Ms McDougal.