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Romania: see IaşiIaşi
or Jassy
, city (1990 pop. 346,577), E Romania, in Moldavia, near the Republic of Moldova. Iaşi is the administrative and commercial center of a fertile agricultural region. Chemicals, pharmaceuticals, plastics, and textiles are produced.
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Now Jassy has his own shadow, a salt-and-pepper-haired engineer named Eric, who follows him into the room for our interview.
In contrast, Redshift "is about the tenth of a cost of a traditional data warehouse," Jassy said.
Jassy said, noting that the typical charge is $19,000 to $25,000 per terabyte
Mais tout en etant <<faible en maths>>, il a du se contenter d'aller a Jassy, une ville plus proche, mais moins attractive que la Capitale, a laquelle il revait depuis le lycee.
We were many, from Jassy and Koloshvar, Wilno and Bucharest, Saigon and Marrakesh, Ashamed to remember the customs of our homes, About which nobody here should ever be told: The clapping for servants, barefooted girls hurry in, Dividing food with incantations, Choral prayers recited by master and household together.
According to the Treaty of Jassy, signed in January 1792, Russia received from Turkey the former Crimean Khanate.
461-464, ISSN 1011-2855, Jassy, 05-2004, Bulletin of Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Jassy
Emily Everetts and Jassy Young had 10 points each for the Cougars.
Dependence between deformation speeds and high alloy steel plastic deformation strength, Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Vol.
Rob McConnell, (1) Kiros Berhane, (1) Jassy Molitor, (1) Frank Gilliland, (1) Nino Kunzli, (1) Peter S.
Subs: Djukic, Toure, Renggli, Klinger, Leskovci, Scheindorfer, Mbala, Cabanas, Jassy, Dos Santos.
She studied chemistry and obtained her PhD in 1978 from Polytechnic University in Jassy, Romania, where she also worked as a research scientist until she went to work in the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel in 1982.