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Akaki

 

a city in Ethiopia, an industrial suburb of Addis Ababa. Population, 26,000, in 1967. There are textile, food-processing, metallurgical, and metalworking enterprises in the city.

Akaki

poor government clerk saves to buy a new overcoat, only to have it stolen. [Russ. Lit.: Gogol The Overcoat in Magill II, 790]
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The state pharmacies that are being closed are: Engkomi, Aglantzia, Kaimakli, Latsia, Strovolos, Tseri, Anthoupolis, Lakatamia, Linopetra, Kokkines, old general hospital in Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca and rural health centres in Dhali, Klirou, Akaki, Ormidhia, Athienou and Avgorou.
Bishop Neophytos made his derogatory comments during a 'spiritual dialogue' at a public school in Akaki, where he also said that "gays give out a bad smell".
Church of Cyprus bishop Neophytos Masouras of Morphou made the outrageous claim at a primary school in Akaki Nicosia District last month, saying how pregnant women practising the sexual act will impact their child's preferences for the same sex.
Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Akaki Sagirashvili and director of the Georgia Airports Association (GAA) Georgi Chogovadze also took part in the meeting.
* Simon Janin and Akaki Mamageishvili, ETH Zurich, and Arthur Gervais, Imperial College London, "FileBounty: Secure and Efficient File Exchange in Rational Adversarial Environment"
Iran's Cultural Attache to Georgia Hamid Mostafavi and Head of Akaki Tsereteli State University in a meeting in Tbilisi discussed the exchange of university students and professors between the two countries.
Both Akaki Akakievich and Bartleby, caught in their "silence, inaction, colorlessness" (61), are still capable of generating narrative for others, such as the lawyer in the case of Bartleby.
Georgia -- deputy minister of economy and sustainable development, Akaki Sagirashvili
The team that day was David Button, Nico Yennaris, James Tarkowski, Jack O'Connell, Jake Bidwell, Alan McCormack, Toumani Diagouraga, Ryan Woods, Alan Judge, John Swift and Lasse Vibe with the substitutes being Jack Bonham, Sam Saunders, Konstantin Kerschbaumer, Akaki Gogia, Yoann Barbet and Sergi Canos.
"At the start of 2015-16 Brentford decided to bring in almost exclusively foreign players like Philipp Hofmann, Konstantin Kerschbaumer, Akaki Gogia and Maxime Colin," he explains.