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Karas

 

an elliptically shaped clay pitcher used in Armenia for fermenting, storing, and carrying wine. In Georgia small pitchers of this type are called churi, and large pitchers, kvevri.

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Kara may not always be a likable character, but it is best that the narrative comes from her.
In 2005 Karas exhibited his work in the Sawy Culture wheel and he has been working professionally ever since.
Karas recently returned from a photography trip deep in the rural Upper Egyptian countryside, "my great, great grandfather grew up in the rural village of Um El Gossor, 50km from Assiut, but he left and moved to Cairo where our branch of the family has lived ever since.
The image Karas selected for our This is Egypt series is a portrait of one of his relatives from the village.
Karas is also seeking to lower the risk weight attached to loans for small businesses, while looking at whether government bonds should still be viewed as risk-free (given a zero risk weighting).
Maximum harmonisation is necessary because we want to reduce the scope for countries to go it alone," said Karas.
Karas is currently serving as treasurer of the Citizens Committee for Better Schools in Vancouver and as a coach for the YMCA Basketball league.
Sheaffer commented, "We are extremely pleased to welcome John Karas to the Riverview management team.