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Chalus

 

a city in northern Iran, in the ostan (province) of Mazanderan, on the coast of the Caspian Sea. Located on the Rasht-Gorgan highway. Population, approximately 30,000. Chalus has a textile combine that produces silk fabrics.

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I defy your Eminence to prove it," cried Treville, with his Gascon freedom and military frankness; "for one hour before, Monsieur Athos, who, I will confide it to your Majesty, is really a man of the highest quality, did me the honor after having dined with me to be conversing in the saloon of my hotel, with the Duc de la Tremouille and the Comte de Chalus, who happened to be there.
The Gran Melia Ghoo will be located in Salman Shahr, just a few miles west of Chalus, so it will be very convenient for Tehranis using the highway from the capital to the Caspian at Chalus.
The injured were transported to hospital in the nearby town of Chalus, the official added.
On March 25, 1199, years after the kidnapping, Richard sustained a crossbow wound in Chalus, France, and died 12 days later of gangrene.
His entrails were removed and stored in a coffin in Chalus while his body was sent to Fontevraud Abbey in Anjou.
Their children and their spouses are Jereld and Judy Spencer of Caldwell, Idaho; Lynnette and Randy Chalus of Eugene; and David Spencer of Monroe.
Carroll's travels are long and dusty, from Tabriz to Shiraz to Meshed, from Charbahar on the Gulf of Oman to Chalus on the Caspian Sea.
Chalus was selected from the line IFLA 1279 supplied by the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA), Aleppo, Syria, and selected for adaptation to Western Australian conditions and low concentration of the neurotoxin 3-(N-oxalyl)-L-2,3-diamino propionic acid (ODAP) in the seed, at Northam, WA, in 1994.
Gary Chalus, "Defensive Compensation as a Response to Ego Threat: A Replication," Psychological Reports 38 (June, 1976): 699-702; Patricia East and Karen Rook, "Compensatory Patterns of Support among Children's Peer Relationships," Developmental Psychology 28 (June, 1992): 163-72; Jeff Greenberg and Tom Pyszczynski, "Compensatory Self-inflation: A Response to the Threat to Self-Regard of Public Failure," Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 49 (June, 1985): 273-80.
A bus carrying Iraqi tourists ran off the Chalus highway going through the Alborz mountains and plunged down the mountain side into a stream last Tuesday, killing 25 and badly injuring 16 others.
Tracey Chalus is the daughter of Randy and Lynnette Chalus.
There were two deaths reported in an avalanche on the Chalus road that links Tehran with the Caspian through the Alborz Mountains.