Masis


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Masis

 

an urban-type settlement, the center of Masis Raion, Armenian SSR. Population, 8,000 (1973). Masis has a railroad station 14 km southwest of Yerevan. A cannery and a corrugated cardboard factory are located in the settlement. Construction began in 1973 on a wood-joining factory.

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For their new home, Paul Masi created a series of stepped walls, starting with a free-standing wall along the exterior.
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Since it was first recorded in Costa Rica (E Lara 1987 unpublished) the nutborer Ecdytalopha torticornis Meyrick (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae), has been responsible for an increase in damage to the nuts of Macadamia integrifolia Maiden and Betche (Proteaceae) from a loss in yield of 16% in 1987 (Lata 1987), to 28% in 1990 (C.E Masis and L.F.
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Ancient layers have been discovered during the excavations of Aknashen and Masis Blur.