Kupe


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Kupe

 

the Russian word for:

(1) compartment, or accommodations in a railroad coach, separated from the corridor by a door. A compartment may have two, three, or four hard or cushioned passenger berths. In some countries railroad cars are built with compartments seating six people or accommodating only one.

(2) Coupe, the closed passenger compartment of a two-door passenger automobile, with one row of seats and a supplementary collapsible seat in the rear.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Some of the groups that participated in the interactive session include Social Action(SA), Justice Empowerment Initiative (JEI), Abual Odual Kupe Foundation and some community representatives.
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